Martin Flanagan is a journalist and author who writes on sport, Australian culture and the relationship between indigenous and non-indigenous Australia.
Martin Flanagan The mortal remains of bushranger Ned Kelly to be buried next to his mother's unmarked grave.
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 I'm a republican who likes the Queen. My prediction - we will miss her when she's gone.
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.