As part of Corroboree 2000, more than a quarter of a million people walked across the Sydney Harbour Bridge on 28 May 2000 to show their support for meaningful reconciliation between Australia’s Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples. This great article from… Continue Reading →
It feels like we’ve just got this remote learning thing under control (sort of) and for some of us it’s back to school next week, with the rest not long after that. Will it be ok or will we have… Continue Reading →
We’re still mostly at home so here are a few jobs you might want to tackle, if you have the time and energy!
We are loving this song with it’s socially distanced video clip from local band Bones and Jones. Get around it!
Don’t shake hands, don’t high-five, and definitely don’t hug. We’ve been bombarded with these messages during the pandemic as a way to slow the spread of COVID-19, meaning we may not have hugged people we don’t live with for months…. Continue Reading →
I know we usually live with these people, but this is a whole different level of ‘living’ so some understanding of what exactly goes on for them is helpful. Does your child or your spouse draw energy from engaging with… Continue Reading →
Two of Australian musical theatre’s leading men are teaming up for a night of R&B, soul and funky acoustic classics. Geelong resident, Bert LaBonte comes fresh from the national tour of The Book of Mormon, with Robert Tripolino (OGC 2008) having… Continue Reading →