Tim Cahill’s last World Cup goal

A last goal for Tim Cahill? The ABC reports that Tim Cahill’s World Cup goal against The Netherlands has received global applause. The pity is that Cahill’s yellow card will prevent him playing in the next Australian match against Spain …

World Cup Heroes

After Game 1, Tim Cahill is our star headman and hero with a score of 1. And Alex Wilkinson’s our saviour – with one of the most heroic saves our correspondent has ever seen! Reuters captured the moment.   ***…

Brazil World Cup Writers

World Cup writers World Cup writers – those impatient Brazilians are so greedy for goals they’ll take them anywhere anytime! Yes, Sydney School of Arts & Humanities even had an Australian representative at the game! Photo credits Jasmine McDonald Williams …

Wran – Left politics?

In the context of the first budget of the newly elected Abbott federal government and the widespread hostility it has engendered, it is perhaps timely to mention certain aspects of Neville Wran’s administration of NSW which were not given prominence …

Memoir group on ANZAC Day

On Anzac Day, members of our writers workshop Sydney memoir group OMG! participated in a session of readings of correspondence between soldiers of the Great War and their loved ones in Hyde Park. The excerpts came from Love Letters of …

Easter Monday Renascence

Easter Monday, the day that we, as a family in the 1950’s, would go to the Royal Easter Show. And yet today I find myself working towards the culmination of four weeks of hard labour preparing our home for sale.…

Unexpected Success for New Creative Writer

First-time creative writer and friend of our school, Gerry O’Sullivan, has self-published an ebook thriller, Gangsters of Shanghai, to unexpected international success. He finds it’s been placed on the Amazon.com Kindle top 10 list in the historical thriller genre.…