“Everybody can be great…because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and
Between 1910 – 1970, over 100,000 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children were forcibly removed from their families by the Australian government. These children are
Typically 10% of people who suffer from cardiac arrests outside a hospital will survive. The survival rate is improved to 35% if a bystander witnesses the event,
The moment of 10am on November 15th in 2017 will be permanently etched into my mind for the rest of my life. That was the
There have been many times when I wished my knowledge in Chinese traditions matched my physical appearance. However, truth is that I grew up in
It’s been a huge day for Tiger supporters. We’ve finally won the premiership after a 37 year hiatus. I managed to obtain a grand final
Last week, I visited two Save the Children offices in South Australia. Most of the week was spent at the state office in Adelaide, but
I have been a Richmond (Tigers) fan ever since I was a little kid. I was brain-washed by my older cousins after the 1974 premiership.
Nearly all interstate and international visitors driving in Melbourne central business district (CBD) are completely bewildered by and utterly fearful of performing a hook turn,
Same-sex marriage is legal in the following countries: Netherlands, Belgium, Canada, Spain, South Africa, Norway, Sweden, Portugal, Iceland, Argentina, Denmark, Uruguay, New Zealand, France, Brazil,
It’s been an intense first week on my PULSE assignment. I started in the Australian Programs department of Save the Children Australia (SCA)* on Monday.
There are so many places that I’ve called “home”; the most significant ones include: Warrnambool (where I was born and lived for the first 17
“Each beginning is the end of a waiting. We are each given exactly one chance to be. Each of us is both impossible and inevitable.