Monthly Archives: January 2014

My Reprise on Australia Day

Yesterday was Australia Day. For many years I viewed Australia Day as an insignificant holiday, close to birthday celebrations and the start of the school year. It was nothing much. Occasionally there was talk of our history; national history, state … Continue reading

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Call Me A Wowser

Call me a wowser and I’ll take THAT on the chin. In the light of the recent spate of sad assaults, some fatal, on innocent young victims by alcohol fed assaulters (some also young) and the differing opinions about how … Continue reading

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Email to Christopher Pyne

Dear Mr Pyne, Best of luck with your difficult portfolio, Education. As a retired Child Psychologist, once a teacher, and like your latest curriculum advisors, coming from a long line of professional educationalists from my grandparents to two of my … Continue reading

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