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Melbourne is my city and I want people to see what a beautiful place it is....

 
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Elizabeth is a Melbourne blogger who writes about art & photography, fo...

 
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Dr Wainer read the Board of Enquiry into Police Corruption in 1971 (top image) Bertram Wainer (1928-87) grew up fatherless in Gorbals, Glasgow’s poor district, during the Great Dep­res­­sion. He had to go to work after primary school.

With TechCrunch Disrupt happening last month, I fell behind on watching accelerator demo days. It’s time to correct that oversight. In August and September, the Techstars network of startup accelerators held demo days for various classes of sta...

William Aslet wrote that every July in Venice a pontoon bridge is constructed between St Mark’s Square and the Church of The Redentore/Redeemer on Giudecca Island. This Festa del Redentore ceremony is known for its impres­sive dis­play of firewor...

JA Holden & Co was first established in Adelaide in 1856 by James Holden as a leather and saddlery business. Henry Adolph Frost join­ed as a business partner in 1885, and the company was renamed Hold­en & Frost Ltd. Many thanks to the ABC a...

Anne-Louise Willoughby wrote her book Nora Heysen: a Port­rait very well. The daughter of famous artist father Hans Heysen, Nora (1911-2003) was born in Hahn­dorf Sth Australia, and received her early art train­ing from her dad...

My goal years ago was to travel on every long, luxury rail trip in the world. And to write each experience up in this blog, achieved so far for Australia, Canada, USA, Japan, Southern China, Singapore, India, Spain, France and Britain.Since then, I r...

Ettitude, the Los Angeles-based, direct-to-consumer startup making sustainable bedding and sleepwear from bamboo fibers, has raised a sustainably sized round that should keep the company going even in the face of an economic recession. Co-founded by...