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Diamond Jubilee Fundraising Gala

Diamond Jubilee Fundraising Gala

Our inaugural Fundraising Gala was held in grand splendour in the 17th floor ballroom of the RACV City Club. Guests arrived in 1920s costume for pre-drinks. The foyer was buzzing with activity with guests finding their tables and having their photographs taken by a...

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Diamond Jubilee Fundraising Gala

Diamond Jubilee Fundraising Gala

Our inaugural Fundraising Gala was held in grand splendour in the 17th floor ballroom of the RACV City Club. Guests arrived in 1920s costume for pre-drinks. The foyer was buzzing with activity with guests finding their tables and having their photographs taken by a...

Who Won?

by Mac Nicoll, Life Member "See me after class, please, Darren," said the teacher, frustrated by his erring student's unwillingness to carry out his requests for the last ten minutes. "Why?" retorted Darren, his wiry body bristling with aggressive defiance. "Because I...

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Things aren’t what they used to be.

I really don’t know where to start. The beginning is said to be a reliable starting point but is that my beginning or some event in the distant haze of history? Probably, it is safer to talk about the microscopic period of history that is embraced by my memory. I have the fondest memories of my early days in primary school. I can even remember my first day at School and the wonderful woman who oversaw the first three years of my education; Sister Raymond.

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A tantalising taste of Armenia

By Heather Wheat PhD In three short days, my husband and I whizzed (not our usual pace) through the world’s first Christian Nation, starting in Yerevan - one of the world's oldest continuously inhabited cities. Sadly pockmarked with remnants of the Soviet period, the...

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