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Every picture tells a story – but some better than others

Every picture tells a story – but some better than others

A picture is worth a thousand words. Well, I am pretty certain whoever coined the above phrase meant not every picture, just the really good ones; the ones that grabbed the viewer by the scruff of the neck and demanded: look at me! Since I was trained mostly to write news stories, my photography education was virtually non existent. But I was fortunate enough to work in an era when news photography was at its best, even when it made the transition from black and white to colour. I find it quite amazing, really, that there were so many great… Read more »

Campbelltown Billabong makes our list, but will it be in yours?

Campbelltown Billabong makes our list, but will it be in yours?

After driving for almost five hours what a joy it was to see a sign with “Campbelltown exit – 1 km’’ on it. It always feels good to be home after being absent for some time. Lesson: you appreciate something a lot more when you part from it now and again. Or, holidays are good, but even better when they’re over and you can return to the place you belong. And then some of you may just think, the poor fellow, he’s had a long year or something. Well, maybe, but a little bit of reflection around this time of… Read more »

Dear Santa: we’d like an A-League licence for Christmas

Dear Santa: Time flies and here we are again as another Christmas approaches. I hope you are well and ready for your busiest time of the year. No doubt you know you have a lot of supporters out here, collecting gifts to make your job a little easier on December 24. All up, 2018 has been another interesting year, Santa. I don’t know if you’ve heard but we’ve got another Prime Minister here in the Lucky Country. Scott Morrison is the new man at the helm and the other day he had to explain to President Trump what had happened… Read more »

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no bull.

Really love what we do, and that’s no bull

Maybe it’s the stories and functions we’ve covered so far in March, but we’ve heard a lot about steering the young people of Macarthur towards trades and away from university degrees. When you think about it there’s a persuasive argument behind it, a certain logic in overturning this idea thatRead more »

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