Cats take a step

It’s a beautiful winter’s evening in Brisbane. Gorgeous sunset and the remnant of light in the west that makes a silhouette of everything. A photographer’s dream. I walk through West End towards the city. Near the Victoria Bridge a busker squeezes the weirdest song from his bag-pipes. For some reason he’s playing God Save The [Read more]

From the NT to the MCG and back again

By Paul Thomson Whether we like it or not, the Melbourne Football Club’s decision to recruit Liam Jurrah has certainly not followed the paths that we are used to in the footy world. Regardless of the Demons’ results for the rest of 2012, the Jurrah story, as it unfolds, potentially has the capability to educate [Read more]


This is my first report in a long time. Over the past two weeks, I have been busy playing tennis tournaments  and  I went up to Queensland for a week. I have had very successful holidays getting a dozen ranking points and three trophies! In my first tournament, I defeated four people before coming unstuck [Read more]