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Light Stretches Over Train Tracks

These were taken last week whilst I was in Redfern.

The colour of these photos seems a little odd to me and I think that I may have left the shutter open for a little too long, but I think that these manage to somehow work for the photos. 48 more words


Google still searching for Australian headquarters as deal falls through -- Ambitious plan to create Sydney's Silicon Valley

By Alexandra Smith & Lisa Visentin

The state government has rejected a plan to create a Silicon Valley-style technology hub on the old rail yards near Redfern, leaving tech giant Google once again searching for Australian headquarters. 605 more words

Leche Flan Bombo @ Donut Papi, Redfern

Donut Papi is a place I love going back to. They have a big selection of nice, fresh doughnuts and warm, welcoming service. Their choice of flavours changes from month to month, although they do have some stable choices. 267 more words



Catherine Gogarty was born on 21st November 1885 in Dundalk, Louth, Ireland, to Eugene Gogarty and Elizabeth Coleman.  She had a brother, Eugene and two sisters, Ellen and Annie.  339 more words

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Gibbon Street Cafe: Quirky Redfern Gem

Gibbon Street Cafe is a new cafe in Redfern that serves a range of brunch dishes in a open and spacious environment. I have been meaning to check this place out having heard good things about it so came for brunch on a weekend. 268 more words



This is Charlie senior, the father of my best friend, Charlie.  This is the 1st in my ongoing series on masculinity.