Indigenous cultural burning has been reintroduced in central Victoria for the first time in almost 200 years. Forest Fire Management Victoria and Dja Dja Wurrung Clans Aboriginal Corporation (DDWCAC) will bring back the practice after collaborating with traditional owners in the United States and Canada. DDWCAC director Trent Nelson said bringing back Indigenous cultural burnings […]
** TRIGGER WARNING ** THE STORY BELOW CONTAINS GRAPHIC DETAILS In November 2017, a Wendouree man locked his intellectually-disabled girlfriend in a metal dog cage, made her eat dog faeces and chilli, made her perform sexual activities to his dog, threatened to slit her throat with a knife and burned her with a lighter. He […]
Graham Kennedy: “Gra Gra” born 15th February 1934 Graham Cyril Kennedy was an entertainer, comedian and variety performer, as well as a personality and star of radio, theatre, television and film. He was often called “Gra Gra”. Honoured as an Officer of the Order of Australia, he was a six-time recipient of the Gold Logie, […]
So let everyone give sunset Warmth, comfort and harmony And everyone on this wonderful good evening Feels that he is endlessly happy.
On the night of Monday, September 21st, 1920 at approximately 11pm, 150 Black and Tans stationed in Gormanstown Barracks arrived in Balbriggan, looted and sacked the town, burning 49 homes, a factory and 4 pubs. Leaving hundreds of people homeless and out of work. This is only one example of how they implemented British justice […]
“ORCAS.” a poem January 6, 2020 (Monday) ORCAs are my favorite “fish!” I dreamed of two last night. They came up to me on a pier, and said: “Things are all right.” They swan around and showed me, HowToLIVE BOTH WILD AND STRONG. I don’t know WHY I love them so, But weSeem to get […]