Strong opinions cannot be manufactured; they tend to stem from experiences and personal findings. For Tony Edwards, this is especially true as he has a strong perspective on Australia’s education system. Mr. Edwards, who was a teacher, left high school functionally illiterate but now looks back and believes education should take place of high importance.… Continue reading Is education failing our Children?
With the Stella Fella Friday event held last week at the Beresford Hotel in Sydney’s Surry Hills, an organization known as Project Futures aim to raise funds for the Salvation Army. Shining a light on the outstanding men across the Australian community, Project Futures has been successful in raising over $100,000 for their current campaign. … Continue reading The ‘good guys’ are celebrated at Stella Fella
Walking through the children’s section of the library; I couldn’t help but spot those old-time, classic books that my mum used to read to me as a child. It brought back so many memories and made me wonder if those memories are the very reason I enjoy books so much. Many adults would recall being… Continue reading Are tablets taking over bedtime stories?
‘The Road’ is such a well written piece. There are no chapters, therefore nothing there to encourage you to have a break from the story. He has a wayof forming his sentences that can give you the wrong idea which made it hard to put the book down. With the stench of death smeared… Continue reading The Road by Cormac McCarthy