In these times, it’s really important that we stick together and stay kind, everyone’s health and lives depend on it. Have a listen.
What I wanted to know was ‘what’s it like to live in Mount Waverley in 2020?’ What makes it special for the people who live there and ‘what’s changed?’ Have a listen.
I sat down with Natasha Holgate in Woodend, inside Holgate’s newly opened taproom to learn more about the Brewhouse's history and her desire to strengthen connections with the wider Woodend and Macedon Ranges community. Have a listen!
Not everyone can claim to have had a number one hit in Japan. Jon Mellor and British band Ouch! had three of them. I first met Jon six years ago while we were working together at Oxfam Australia. Even by Oxfam’s colourful standards, there was something which made this dynamic bass player stand-out from the rest of the crowd.
With hundreds of thousands of pies being enjoyed on Grand Final Day alone, I wanted to find out how best to explain the meat-pie to my German friend Philip and discover 'what makes the perfect pie?' Have a listen
Size and sequence really do play a big role in how cites pace themselves out but thankfully they're not the secret ingredients for smiles.
Re-invention – it’s a terrible word. In fact, I hate it. It’s up there with ‘networking’ and ‘synergy’. But worse. More often than not, it dances along with its buddy: process. ‘The process of reinvention’ – which to me sounds like nails against the blackboard.
It’s carnival time in Freiburg – and it’s quite something. The kids are let off school for a week, half the population is dressed up in colourfully gawkish medieval robes, there’s face-paint everywhere, and age is absolutely no barrier to participation.
It doesn’t really matter if your language gets changed on you, or if rhythm is flipped around – I think we’re pretty well programmed to keep a level of comfort.