Lawrence Money

Show BioHide BioWebsiteLawrence Money has twice been named Victoria's best newspaper columnist by the Melbourne Press Club. He wrote columns for 37 years on the Melbourne Herald, Sunday Age and daily Age -- and in Royalauto and Your Sport magazines -- before retiring in 2016 after a 50-year career in journalism. He still treads the speaking circuit, does radio gigs, tweets on @lozzacash and chases a long-gone 13 golf handicap. He clings to the eternal hope that the Melbourne Demons will once again win a flag.

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Editor’s new innings – read all about it


AFTER A STELLAR 35-year career in newspapers, culminating as editor-in-chief of the Melbourne Age, Andrew Holden jumped the media fence last year to become communications chief at Cricket Australia. LAWRENCE MONEY bowls him a few bouncers. More »

The silky skills of a cushioneer on display

Could cushioning gatecrash the world of sport?


FORGET about wimpy sports like wrestling, boxing or shot put and prepare for real combat on the mattresses of the world. LAWRENCE MONEY discovers a new sport being bolstered within our bedrooms: YEARS AGO, the late John Clarke revealed a sport that had somehow... More »