Mid-April. I am in Tai Chung, along the centre of the west coast of Taiwan. I'm here to visit family.
I check my emails (as you do on holidays) not expecting to read anything of interest, and I receive this poem from my Dad.
A Flower Given to My Daughter
Frail Read More
Australia has lost the principles of education that traditionally served our state so well. Generations before me benefited from quality and 'equal' public education.
Let's take a look back in time.
In the 19th century, Victoria was regarded as Read More
I believe they do.
I asked my dad once, a few years ago, when I was considering a career in politics, what steps I needed to take in order to become a member of parliament, or even better, the prime minister.
I believed I had the passion, the intelligence Read More