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The Bridge Between Developing and Developed

Today is the day I am apparently turning a new healthy leaf. I agree to meet a coworker for running on the avenue they shut down on Sundays (and holidays). 985 more words


Cities: Transportation In-Frastructure

Growing up in a small mountain town public transportation is very limited. There are obviously many benefits to living within a smaller and less dense environment such as accessibility to the natural environment. 485 more words


When inclusivity becomes exclusion

Despite legislation mandating that students with disabilities receive an education equal to that of any other student (Disability Discrimination Act 1992) the inclusion of students with Special Needs into the mainstream classroom is still a controversial debate in many staffrooms and school car parks. 585 more words


//start rant.

I visited the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills this afternoon.

First of all, I was ripped off by the parking garage because I was in a rush to choose and I didn’t know better. 949 more words



This is the second part of a two-part blog post. Scroll down for Part 1

‘Any more questions?’ asked the warm and welcoming matriarch who had led the tour of Tamera. 1,631 more words

Is it Ever OK to Make Fun of a Child?

I’ve blogged about this before, and I will continue to blog about it until those who are “grown-up” get it: Kids bully other kids when their behavior is encouraged by the adults in their life… 611 more words


Community asks for consultation and inclusivity

Debate over photo ban on pool decks bubbles away online as Monash Council promises community consultation

  • Julia Rabar
  • Waverley Leader
  • August 12, 2014 12:00AM

Follow the link below to read the full article. 161 more words

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