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Rhys Owen – In Memorium

February 28th, 2013

Today I attended the funeral of someone who had a great impact on my life. William “Rhys” Owen was someone I met somewhere around 2005. Our early conversations were at a time when I was finding myself again, or maybe re-inventing myself would be a better term. We discussed the world, where it was, where […]

A few months ago I organised accommodation at Jupiters Casino for the night of Fiona’s (my partner) works Xmas party at Broadbeach, Qld. The best deal was bed & breakfast with two tickets for Tap Dogs. As we were going to the work event, we wouldn’t be able to catch Tap Dogs, though we did […]

Surgery Waiting Times

August 15th, 2012

Hi all, Well today I put my neck on the block and risked my paid employment and my health. I emailed the Australian Health Minister and the Executive Director of the Princess Alexandra Hospital where I am currently on a waiting list for corrective surgery. If the worst happens, I may lose my job in education and […]

My ANZAC rememberance

April 25th, 2012

On this most special of Days I remember those who have passed over. I remember my family members, but most especially those who have passed that I served with and those that have helped forge our way of life. Saul Dost – My best mate for many years. We both served at sea on the […]

New banners

April 18th, 2012

As we will soon be conducting public events around Brisbane, I have ordered some banners to put up outside the locations we use. This one was ordered a while back and has arrived… I was so impressed with it, I have ordered another one which is slightly different… Please tell us what you think by […]

The Stolen Generation

January 19th, 2012

(Copyright 2012: Peter Brabyn) Introduction  To understand the Stolen Generation, we first need to look at the conditions that pre-existed this policy and how thought was driven by the governance of the time. Indigenous Australians are believed to have arrived in Australia over 40 000 years ago (Hiscock, 2008). From that time until about 1788 […]

Recognised Denominations

October 31st, 2011

This response was received to our query about the requirements for recognition as a ‘Recognised Denomination’ as described in the ‘Marriage Act 1961′. AG110920 – AG-MC1109620

PIM 2011

August 3rd, 2011

03-Aug-2011 - Gold Coast Sun - Page 14 Peter, Caroline and JL recently attended the first ever Pagan Independent Music Festival, the first of it’s kind in Australia. The Shambhallah Awareness Centre graciously donated a stand for us and allocated a timeslot each day for us to ‘push the barrow’. We were well received and had a […]

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