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I've been in Australia for 20 years now! Yes I know, this is a ridiculously long time, but I do love this country.
What I don't love, is that the general Australian public does not share my love of rugby! This past weekend we had the NRL and AFL grand finals, and as a result people every were skipping work on Monday, yet Sunday's huge game between the Springboks and the Wallabies hardly get a mention.
 
 
 
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Posted by Philip Scott
05 Oct 2011
Parents today are extremely conscious of doing things right. Paradoxically, parents report that they are more stressed, more tired and more angry than ever before. Different parents express their anger differently. Some parents are relaxed a lot of the time but, when they blow a fuse, it is very destructive and may take weeks to recover.
 
 
 
Posted in lifestyle | Clinical Psychologist
Posted by Renée Mill
22 Sep 2011
If you're like many other fellow South Africans, you might be wondering what the outback in Australia is really like. There are a few stories about the outback doing the rounds which include things like 'there are no sealed roads', and ‘the need to take spare containers of fuel'.
 
 
 
Posted in lifestyle | Gallivanting Oz
Posted by Belinda Mason
22 Sep 2011
The consequences of ‘modern' agriculture practices are vast: soil degradation, water pollution, health problems and global changes are just some of the repercussions of today's agriculture system. Clean up agriculture and you have an immediate impact on all these issues.
 
 
 
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Posted by Simone Sleep
16 Sep 2011

We started major renovations at our home, ripping down the old 3x3m Aussie shed to make way for a monster, which is almost big enough to park a small Cesna in it. Various flower beds have been upended and we have ordered a large sliding door that will open out onto a covered patio which is to be built by me, myself, I. I'm hoping that years of Mecano and Lego will give me the grounding to tackle this engineering feat. My trusty 'handlanger' Bianca was at my side carting away pavers and ensuring that there were at least four sugars in my coffee to wash down the thick apricot jam sandwich. Eish.

 
 
 
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Posted by Migrant Saffa
16 Nov 2010

If you're like many other fellow South Africans, you might be wondering what the outback in Australia is really like. There are a few stories about the outback doing the rounds which include things like 'there are no sealed roads', and ‘the need to take spare containers of fuel'.

 
 
 
Posted in lifestyle | Gallivanting Oz
Posted by Belinda Mason
07 Oct 2010

Parents today are extremely conscious of doing things right. Paradoxically, parents report that they are more stressed, more tired and more angry than ever before. Different parents express their anger differently. Some parents are relaxed a lot of the time but, when they blow a fuse, it is very destructive and may take weeks to recover.

 
 
 
Posted in lifestyle | ParentChildSelf
Posted by Renee Mill
28 Sep 2010

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.

 
 
 
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Posted by Jill Hutchison
25 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.

 
 
 
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Posted by Marcia Mattushek
24 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.

 
 
 
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Posted by Anonymous
16 Aug 2010
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