"Sarah Armstrong" (born 1968) is an Australian journalist and novelist. Over an eight-year period she worked for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation/ABC on radio programs including AM (ABC Radio)/AM, PM (ABC Radio)/PM and The World Today (Australian radio program)/The World Today where she won a Walkley Award. In 2005, her first novel Salt Rain won the Dobbie Encouragement Award, and was shortlisted for the Miles Franklin Award and the Queensland Premier's Literary Awards.

More Sarah Armstrong on Wikipedia.

I wanted to be competitive, and running the 400 is a new experience for me. It's really a good change of pace to work out with different people.

I knew I had to make those shots. We kept our composure and didn't freak out. We're just getting better every time we go out there.

It was fun. I played consistently.

No one wants to see interest rates raised. The fact that the congressman is not supporting this means I'm not worried about it. He sets a very high standard and has done a lot to make it affordable for young people to go to college.

Political games have no place in elections of the 2nd district.