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I'm writing this on a laptop that has had the battery removed because it had become so useless that it barely lasted 10 minutes. It has struck me that there is an analogy between human life and appliances that use batteries.

 
 
 
Posted in lifestyle |
Posted by Jill Hutchison
25 Aug 2010

Freshly baked and lavished with butter – what better?

 
 
 
Posted in recipes |
Posted by Glenda Caine
24 Aug 2010

This is a cross between an Easter bun and a fruit cake. It is delicious served warm from the oven or sliced thinly with butter.

 
 
 
Posted in recipes |
Posted by Glenda Caine
24 Aug 2010

You will need a deep 24 cm non-stick spring form pan. Use a good quality pan because there is lots of gooey stuff going on here! When you make the caramel don’t panic: After you have added the cream it will coagulate and go lumpy. Continue to stir over a low heat until the lumps melt and you have a smooth caramel sauce. Also, the cake can be made the day before. If you pre-slice it, the slices will warm up in 15secs on a low setting in a microwave. Serve it with a dollop of the best ice cream, or thick country cream. Delish!

 
 
 
Posted in recipes |
Posted by Glenda Caine
24 Aug 2010

I left home an Ekka Virgin, but by noon I felt as if I'd been around the block quite a few times! After nearly three years living in Brisbane, I decided that this was the year to take on the Ekka, Queensland's premier agricultural show. In our first year, conversion from Rands to Aussie dollars was still too fresh in the memory banks, as we'd only been earning dollars for a short while, and the costs after conversion just seemed exorbitant. Last year's swine flu scare kept me as far away as possible, but this year I relented and took my 12 year old along.

 
 
 
Posted in lifestyle |
Posted by Marcia Mattushek
24 Aug 2010

For the third time running, Melbourne has been awarded the prestigious ‘Ultimate Sports City' award cementing its position as the best sports city in the world. After 25 cities made the final cut, Melbourne was the clear winner ahead of Singapore and London. The next best Australia city was Sydney in fifth place.

 
 
 
Posted in migration |
Posted by Delwynne Fife
17 Aug 2010

On our arrival in Australia, I noticed that there were many cyclists on the many cycle paths who seemed to snake and connect all over the city. And many of these cyclists had strange ‘antennae' sticking up off their helmets. My initial thought was that this was some Australian cycling fashion trend, but being the newby and not knowing any cyclists, I was too embarrassed to ask.

 
 
 
Posted in migration |
Posted by Marcia Mattushek
17 Aug 2010

The Minister for Immigration has announced new processing priorities which apply from 14 July 2010 for General Skilled Migration and permanent employer sponsored visas.

 
 
 
Posted in migration | Acacia Immigration Australia
Posted by Mark Webster,
17 Aug 2010

Shifting continents has a way of quietening one's voice, as if an uncertain future, unknown people and places, puts a spell on our vocal chords. This is true for me anyway. Immigrating across vast expanses seemed to steal away my inner voice, that one certainty I had, that made me, well, me.

 
 
 
Posted in migration |
Posted by Gretel Breytenbach
17 Aug 2010

Zimbabwean Belinda Tilley misses the memories of life on a misunderstood continent, according to an article by Anelia Blackie published in Mount Gambier's The Border Watch newspaper.

 
 
 
Posted in lifestyle |
Posted by Anonymous
16 Aug 2010
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