My response to receiving an OAM award in 2019

Barrie Pittock OAM, Victoria Regional Meeting Barrie is now 81 years old and has a little memory loss. However, here is brief account of why he received an OAM award for his work on Indigenous matters. He is probably better known for his climate science work, but he...

Falls

Falls, Basket Swamp, Boonoo Boonoo National Park Through soggy heath and sedge the kangaroo trail drops, scattering big-fisted rocks as you struggle to be present. A gurgle, a trickle, a whispering whoosh, sips at your spirit. Cold, clear, gushing, over, around, down...

QSA Notes: Climate change and caring for the environment

Jackie Perkins, QSA Administrator Have you and your family, or you and your Meeting had discussions about ways of working to help reduce the impact of climate change and improve your local environment? It’s a discussion which many groups are holding, and agreeing to...

Sustain  Survive and Share

David Evans, South Australia and Northern Territory Regional Meeting They say we will have 10 billion or more traipsing over the earth, high-rise housing in cities tall where office work is done. Is there room to journey the land, revive the spirit and mind feel the...

Noted

This is our regular feature in which we briefly record interesting publications and websites that have come to our attention. Inclusion of an item in this format does not preclude a possible longer review in a later issue. We welcome suggestions for inclusion. A...