I was lucky enough to be around at a time when milk deliveries were still made with a horse and cart. I was able to go on the early morning rounds and made friends with the Milko, George and his horse, Goldie.
In the 1960’s, life in the quaint and traditional town of Leone, located in the south of Italy, was humble, modest and limited. Vince Formato was born and raised in the picturesque town, along side his large family of seven, which consisted of two older brothers and two younger
This is a story of how I came to be in this country, after my grandparents both immigrated to Australia from foreign countries.
Why are Victorian terraces more culturally important than the migrant brick veneer homes of the 60s? And why are we sensitive to the demolition of buildings erected in the 1800s, yet seem unperturbed when structures such as the Gas and Fuel building and the Southern Cross Hotel get demolished?
Victorian Police Museum public program curator Kate Spinks introduces us to life in the 1960s and suggests there is much to learn from looking at the past.
This is the story of my father's country town, the school he attended and the farmland that shaped him. I was inspired by this very 'Australian' place to explore concepts of memory, history and beauty.
The Paraplegic Sports Club (Paravics Sports Club) lay the cornerstones for inclusive sport and recreation in Australia.