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The nun in the cage

A recent program screened on ABC TV showed an 87-year-old Melbourne nun, confined in a cage. She was protesting...

A complicated tale of joy and despair

Like most people in his profession, Mark Chew is more comfortable behind the lens than in front of it.

Refugee advocates active in April

April is proving a busy month for volunteers at Macedon Ranges Rural Australians for Refugees. It began with their...

Watsonia in Woodend

Watsonia: A Writing Life, is the 13th and latest offering by author Don Watson. It is a collection of...

Stories of courage

Dignity in a Teacup – True Stories of Courage and Sacrifice on Christmas Island is an account of author Christine Cummins' five years...

No Djoke for refugees

The recent controversy embroiling Novak Djokovic has shone an international spotlight on Australia’s detention of refugees. Supporters of the...

Plant sale fundraiser a success

A wet weekend did not deter Macedon Ranges Rural Australians for Refugees volunteers. On Saturday, their outdoor plant stall...

Don Watson in conversation in Woodend

Advisor and speechwriter to Premier and Prime Minister, screenwriter, satirist and traveller, Don Watson is the author of 13 books.

Refugee stories should be heard

Macedon Ranges Rural Australians for Refugees want to open up conversations in the community about people who have come by boat seeking...

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World-class grown up rock

Joeys Coop are currently touring the east coast states to promote their recently release sophomore album Lachlan Valley Dirt. Friday...

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