Archive for month: August, 2019
Seen in and around the port and old Freo today 19 August 2019
Seen In and around the Port and Old Freo today.
The Case For Poetry: Dante’s INFERNO in Life, Law & Culture
“Midway through the journey of my life I found myself lost in a dark forest, Having wandered off the main…
Seen at Freo Port Walk 12 August 2019
An enjoyable and informative inaugural Fremantle Port Walk took place yesterday, many thanks to Fremantle Ports.
Will the High Court ruling on public servant’s tweets have a ‘powerful chill’ on free speech? in Life, Law & Culture
The decision confirms the steady march of employer control over workers' private views and activities, supported by courts and tribunals over many years.
Interview with Tom Múller in Fremantle People
Tom Múller is both an acclaimed artist and an arts administrator and entrepreneur. He is the Director Programs of PS Arts Space in Packenham Street, Fremantle and the Artistic Director and co-founder of the Fremantle Biennale.
Tony and the pig fat in Life, Law & Culture
I met Tony, some moons ago, when I lived aboard an old wooden boat in the Fishing Boat Harbour. ‘Nikki’ was built in 1963, by the Sambrailo bothers, in Mews Road and spent most of her working life fishing around Jurian Bay.
High Court challenge in Kooyong and Chisholm unlikely to win, but may still land a blow in Life, Law & Culture
Winning the case will be difficult, because it's not enough to show the posters were misleading – the petitioners will need to show it affected the outcome in the seat.
John Henderson No. 1623 in Life, Law & Culture
My interest in convicts and transportation to Western Australia began with the discovery that my great, great, grandfather, John Henderson,…
Thrash not trash 🤘: why heavy metal is a valid and vital PhD subject in Life, Law & Culture
At first glance, heavy metal music and academia seem like odd bedfellows. The former is often looked on with a…