Martin Flanagan

Martin Flanagan

Martin Flanagan is a journalist and author who writes on sport, Australian culture and the relationship between indigenous and non-indigenous Australia.

Richard Flanagan: The long road to great success

Martin Flanagan Age journalist and writer Martin Flanagan launched his brother Richard’s Booker Prize-winning novel The Narrow Road to the Deep North last year.

Outlaw Ned's last stand

Mourners farewell Ned Kelly.

Martin Flanagan The mortal remains of bushranger Ned Kelly to be buried next to his mother's unmarked grave.

Martin Flanagan

No Cup bet this year, in memory of a true Blue


Martin Flanagan Tom Uren visited Melbourne in mid-October to address an anti-uranium meeting. He's 91 now, walking with the aid of a stick, a magnificent old snowy-haired warrior for peace.

Martin Flanagan

The life and times of The Queen


Martin Flanagan I'm a republican who likes the Queen. My prediction - we will miss her when she's gone.

Martin Flanagan

God is all the good people


Martin Flanagan DAD'S 96, mum's 92. With the aid of my siblings and a cleaning lady called Christine, they're still at home in Hobart. I ring them a couple of times each week. Our conversations I liken to jazz.