Sending Out A Message

Sending Out A Message

The Australian Council of Social Service have come down to Addi Road today to set up a table outside our Food Pantry and encourage people to send a few Christmas cards to our politicians. It may not be a card they like to get. But every one them is certainly...
When the Premier came to Addi Road

When the Premier came to Addi Road

When the Premier comes visiting you tend to tidy up the house, put on your best clothes and pray it doesn’t rain. This cool November morning it pours down, of course. Inside Gumbramorra Hall our staff and volunteers are setting up long tables and the production line...
Raining Stories – Warren Roberts and YARN

Raining Stories – Warren Roberts and YARN

Splotches of rain hit the page and the birds in the trees above me start shouting. Big storm is coming. You can smell it in the air. Talking to Warren Roberts of YARN makes for a similarly charged 15-minute interview. All the time I feel like I might break on through...
Everyday Ways of Being

Everyday Ways of Being

We’re in Sydney, Australia – the nation’s busiest, most densely populated city. Airplanes yelling their metallic-mouthed roars overhead, cars caught in traffic, people rushing out their front doors, to work, from one appointment to the next … Everything is fast-paced...
Faces of Addi Road: Sebastian

Faces of Addi Road: Sebastian

Do you know the lyrics to the song Lost in Music? “Lost in music, caught in trap, no turning back.” Well, it is the opposite of that for Sebastian. Music is the only true home he has. Hailing from Cali in Colombia, he has been living in Sydney now for seven months....
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