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La finestra-rondelle di Palermo

“Can you help me get to Australia? Is very good.” I try my best to communicate the difficulties he and his friends may have getting there. He mentions a boat.

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Alla Dignita Del Lavoro – day one in Palermo

It came to seem as if the mafia’s very purpose was to batter the organised working class in the countryside into submission.

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Alice to Africa: a Territory Tojo to Tanzania – and beyond

The trip changed from a year in Australia to Africa over a few drinks – how else? Kira got long service leave and well, I helped work out how to use it.

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Sculpture you want to punch – Richard Serra’s “Fulcrum.” Liverpool Street Station, London

At first glance Serra’s works seem massive and beyond human scale and comprehension. But spend some time with them and they soon become welcoming and interactive. This is sculpture that invites a punch and a whack with the flat of your hand.

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Birds of the week. Three Black Kites and a dead frog

Three birds, a dead frog and a fire. A few hours at the site of a grass fire outside the small Gulf town of Borroloola.

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When the women came out to dance. Barunga Festival 2013

The annual Barunga Festival features the bunggul, where traditional Aboriginal dancers show their skills. And then the women came out to dance. This is what I saw.

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Gurrumul, Sammy Butcher, ‘mature quail’ and great footy. Barunga Festival day 2

Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu came to Barunga, captured our hearts and left us all better for it. My report from day 2 of the 2013 Barunga Festival.

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Barunga Festival day 1. The Chief Minister is starving and the Roma Bar needs soy milk!

Great fun, music, sport and culture under northern skies at the Northern Territory’s annual Barunga Festival. My report from day one.

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Hat-hunting in Arizona

When my beloved Stetson Open Road is all worn-out and consigned to the hat-rack it is time to return to the source for a new model, so it is off to Arizona Hatters in Tucson, Arizona for a visit.

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Getting Lillie Claire to Cannes …

It is a long way from being a naked, dusty three year old thrown from a car wreck on a lonely Northern Territory outback road to starring on the silver screen at the Cannes Film Festival in 2013. But Australian actress Lillie Claire needs a hand – and a few bucks – to help her get there.

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