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The Good Samaritan. Looking at our own backyard.

I am the first to admit I can be the proverbial stirrer. I enjoy a good debate. I enjoy a strong debate. I enjoy stirring the pot. And at times I am guilty of playing the devil’s advocate. Despite holding … Continue reading

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Activism, civil disobedience and prayer.

The refugee issue in Australia is a bit of a hot potato at the moment. For many, it’s an emotionally charged issue; one that has much anger, innuendo, misinformation that is propagated from the many facets of this complex problem. … Continue reading

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Lets Be “Fair Dinkum” about “Illegal Boat People!”

One of my all time favorite Aussies sayings is “Fair Dinkum!” For myself, the slang ¬†encapsulates what it truly means to be an Australian. Traditionally it means we are people who are for and not against the battlers of life. … Continue reading

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King Island council makes a attractive offer

There is a tiny island on the Bass Straight, which is a notorious stretch of water between Victoria and Tasmania.¬† King Island is famous for its Beef, Cheese and Seafood products and is only 64km long and 27kms wide. In … Continue reading

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