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"I believe when you've been stuck too long in one spot,
it's best to throw a grenade and jump. And pray."
- Robyn
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Raising the flag for National Reconciliation Week 2016: 'Our History, Our Story, Our Future'

Each year National Reconciliation Week celebrates and builds on the respectful relationships shared by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and other Australians.

The dates that bookend the week are significant milestones in the Reconciliation journey: 895 more words

ANMM Events

Ashleigh Hibbins reblogged this on The Museumphiles and commented:

Neat to see the Australian National Maritime Museum incorporating indigenous reconciliation in such a tangible way! A great example of how museums can actively participate in social justice and community action. - AH

How Cloud River Crocodile Was Slain

An imaginary folklore by Andrew Assaad

Once, long ago, before the white man came to Australia and man was at the mercy of the land, there was a tribe that lived in peace by the river. 1,037 more words

#creepy Pasta

Jonah and the Dreaming: Christian narratives in Aboriginal art

“This is a story about storytelling” are the opening lines of the exhibition catalogue for Fragile First Impressions, a collection of visual images and objects depicting the colonial frontier in the Northern Territory. 701 more words

Let's Taste - Yering Station Reserve Pinot Noir 2002

I opened my last bottle of the Yering Station Reserve Pinot Noir 2002 from my cellar, and shared my impressions. Let me know what you think in the comments below.

Tasting Notes

Meet A Generation That Has Grown Up Free From Mass Shootings

SYDNEY, Australia Most Australians would remember where they were when they first heard something bad was going on at Port Arthur.

I was walking through the common room at my university residential college and there was a group glued to the old picture tube television in the corner — strange for daylight hours. 813 more words

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