It’s been quite a wild day or so for Sydney and the Central Coast, with gale force winds and various breakdowns, minor and not so minor, in the city’s infrastructure, particularly road and rail transport. All it would take to… Read More ›
Back in town. Hi!
We are back from five days up in Jurien Bay. What did I miss? Heading North for the winter is definitely a Good Thing. We went with two friends and their daughters. The kids got along just fine, and had… Read More ›
So that’s where at least some of those crazy ideas came from
Feminists and Breakfast Cereal, from Zenobia. A summary can’t do it justice, just read it.
Harradine’s poverty legacy continues
Sue Dunlevy writes an excellent column today on the legacy of Senator Brian Harradine, who held the balance of power in the Australian Senate for long enough to drag our foreign aid policy into a position whereby, Dunlevy argues, we… Read More ›