The story of how Giovanni Maugeri, an Italian immigrant established a new life for his young family in 1950's Melbourne.
The migration story of my Nonno, Michele Scotto, from Monte Di Procida, southern Italy to Melbourne Australia based on the poem 'Be Good Little Migrants' by Uyen Nhu Loewald.
A look at Robin Boyd's Walsh Street house and interview with Tony Lee, the Executive Director of the Robin Boyd Foundation.
A story about the struggle of being a refugee in a strange country and the way Australia gave such migrants a new life.
This is the story of my childhood and how the Stolen Generations affected my family and my life's journey.
The O'Sullivan's and Horgan's were just two of many Irish families to join the post-war immigration to Australia. The opportunities, particularly in education, were too good to pass up.
June 1955 was a quite different and modest compared to today. My late father served in the 2nd world war and shared many stories of companionship, bravery, and courage. One of my favourites relates to this theme.
How growing up in Australia shaped my acting. How I am now a Creative Mentor for Future Foundations and helping others, something that has happened naturally for me all my life.
This is a condensed version of my poem which deals with my family's departure from Poland and arrival in Australia in 1958, at the height of the Cold War.
Little did I know that aged 15 months, my arrival to Port Melbourne in January 1958 would be documented by a local newspaper.