Category Archives: Education

Freo Tech Hub

I recently had the pleasure of presenting to a Fremantle Network/Fremantle Chamber of Commerce Politics in the Pub event, held at The Local Hotel. The format was pretty simple, speakers got 2 minutes to pitch their one idea on how … Continue reading

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Day Two In Molfetta

Tuesday The weather in Molfetta was beautifully mild, in the mid to high 20’s during the day and a little cool at night. We had coffee and then took the short walk from our apartment to the square where Roberto … Continue reading

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A Week In Politics Is A Long Time

Last night Cockburn Council voted to shelve plans to amalgamate with Kwinana.  Cockburn’s Mayor, Logan Howlett say’s their change of heart was brought on by disunity in the Barnett Government on the issue.  Mayor Howlett is now saying Cockburn Council … Continue reading

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Schools Doing It For Themselves

While the Barnet Government is threatening school closures due to reduced budget allocations, South Fremantle Senior High School are getting on with their work.  Their very successful Grower’s Green Sunday Market is offering a sponsorship to a keen student.  They … Continue reading

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Tonight I had the good fortune to attend Precipice at John Curtin College of the Arts.  First up was traditional Ballet with Act 2 of Swan Lake.  William Halton played a good Baron Von Rothbart while Nick Curse played a … Continue reading

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St Nicks Centre

I had a call from my 90+-year-old mum today.  She reported she had had a great time yesterday visiting St. Nicholas’s Field Environmental Centre and Nature Reserve in York, UK.  She enthused about the gardens, including Jean’s Square Foot Garden … Continue reading

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The lead-up to an election can be an appalling experience, with political parties making offers and counter offers in an attempt to secure votes.  For me the whole charade is counterproductive, with support for parties waning with each promise. However … Continue reading

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