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My Ormond years

I entered Melbourne Medical School in April 1947. Melbourne University was overcrowded because of the large influx of ex-servicemen, who were guaranteed a place. So, a Branch was established in Mildura at the site of what had been a RAAF training base during the war. 2,991 more words

The 1950s

This was an illustration I did for a Melbourne University calendar that was released with the magazine.
It’s a NASA employee eating alone at a local Chinese restaurant.

Secret Things

Felino Dolloso: Fil-Aussie actor with a passion for tough off-centre characters

It’s a rare opportunity to meet a Pinoy in the glamorous but competitive film and television industry in Australia. So when we were told about Felino Dolloso, … 1,822 more words
Pinoy Notes

My Tasmanian Life: Chapter 2

Tasmania did not have a medical school until 1968. Before that year, almost all Tasmanian boys and girls (although there were precious few of the latter) who aspired to study medicine went to the mainland to attend Melbourne University. 5,795 more words

History Of Tasmania

The truth about mobile phone and wireless radiation

The truth about mobile phone and wireless radiation: what we know, what we need to find out, and what you can do now

Presented by Dr Devra Davis, Visiting Professor of Medicine at the Hebrew University Hadassah Medical School, and Visiting Professor of Medicine at Ondokuz Mayis University, Turkey. 426 more words

Smart Meter

The complexity of Fishermans Bend. Interview with Rob McGauran

Fisherman’s Bend has a long history as an industrial, commercial and scientific precinct close to but disconnected from Melbourne’s CBD. Towards the end of the previous State Government’s term, the then Planning Minister, Matthew Guy, rezoned part of the massive precinct capital city zone. 3,418 more words

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