Life has not always been easy like it is now. We didn’t used to have computers and mobile phones and sometimes it would be days before we heard back from someone.
It was July 20, 1974 when Turkey first invaded Cyprus. I was in my family home with my three young children.
Rolf Heimann was born in 1940 in Dresden and grew up in East Germany. After he was expelled from the communist youth organisation, at 15 years of age, he escaped into West Germany. At 18 Rolf migrated to Australia.
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
After serving with the Australian Army for 20 years, I was sick and in a wheelchair, but nobody could tell me why. It took 14 years for a doctor to look outside the accepted before I could get help.
Lynn Berry and her team of crochet enthusiasts come together every second Monday of the month to explore the gratifying craft of crochet, at Federation Square.
Melbourne has been declared as the best city for coffee within Australia, offering locals, visitors and tourists a variety of coffee options. The Melbourne coffee delirium has since established an outburst of cafes and coffee houses opening all over the CBD, with each aspiring to
Melbourne will always celebrate a long and decadent love affair with chocolate and confectionary, with copious amounts of chocolate cafes, boutiques and even bars.
Third generation Greek Australian, Ercia Kossivas, keeps her traditional northern Greek culture alive through the medium of dance. Erica, who at the tender age of 20 years, finds the art of Greek dancing preserves tradition and helps her explore her cultural identify.