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I can’t engage in this conversation. Not with my friends, not with my co-workers, media, society, sisters, self. The facts … More
I was listening to a Serious Podcast™ the other day about the rise of anti-Semitism in leftist circles (get yo’selves … More
What: Breath (Roadshow Films) Who: Screenplay by Simon Baker and Gerard Lee adapted from the Tim Winton novel, directed by … More
Who: Frank Booker (NZ) and DJ JNETT (MEL), supported by locals Fantastic Black Plastic and Akeem When: Sunday June 10 9pm-late … More
Olivia Dryden has been making jewellery since she was 13 years old. She started up making beaded costume jewellery and … More
It’s a love story, of two sisters both experiencing intense matters of the heart but more importantly it’s about their unconditional love for each other. This production is female-led – the sisters are at the heart of it. And it’s about love winning out against the forces of a society driven by wealth, status and power, in which love can be bruised, crushed and battered but ultimately wins.
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There is a chapter in the New Testament called About Salt. I learnt it by heart in Year 8 Religion. … More
Precession, in astronomy, refers to a slow, gradual change in the rotation or orbit of a celestial body. Such changes in the Earth’s axis of rotation create the astronomical phenomenon known as the precession of the equinoxes, which results in slow changes of the position of the stars in relation to Earth’s poles and their positions at the change of the seasons.