Culture

May 20, 2016
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Kornden: 6 Noongar ‘Kings’

  Over five days in July 1901, the people of Perth welcomed the Duke of York and Duchess of Cornwall in one of the final legs of their long tour […]
May 17, 2016
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We love to shoot the messenger, rather than listen and engage with the message.

    In the context of a Federal election campaign Mr Duncan Storrar asked a question about the Budget and income inequality on last week’s (9/5/16) ABC Program ‘Q&A’.  He […]
April 20, 2016
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Deserts in Australian Culture

The desert is the great heart of Australia and yet, most Australians have never been near one. The reality is, there are seven Australian deserts.  Some people think of deserts […]
March 24, 2016
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Continuing attack on voices of dissent in what was once a civil society

After cutting funding to community legal centres (CLCs) in 2014 the Australian Attorney-General, George Brandis,  then claimed that with the limited resources available, funding for legal assistance through CLCs must […]