Caption: Participants at the Mabo Day event (Photo: John Telford) 

Mabo Day event urges recognition and action

REDFERN: On Tuesday June 3 a Mabo Day celebration, including a launch of the Exploring Perspectives DVD, was held at The Block. The event was hosted by Redfern Community Centre and organised by the Women’s Reconciliation Network (WRN).

The Turanga Building in Waterloo (Photo: John Lanzky)

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Neural Knitworkers enjoy the process of connection and discovery (Photo: Lyn Turnbull)

Healthy yarns

Your news editor is a knitting tragic who has had brain health problems with epilepsy and associated episodes of mental illness. An event that combined yarn based craft and brain health was an irresistible assignment, so I signed up to attend the Knit Your Way to a Healthy Brain workshop at the University of Sydney on June 19.

Grace Chung (Photo:Supplied)

The John Harkins Trio featuring Grace Chung

On Saturday July 19 the very cool John Harkins will assemble a jazz trio to perform at the SSH Winter Fundraiser at the South Sydney Uniting Church in Waterloo. The SSH is excited to announce that guest vocalist for the set will be Grace Chung.

Nai Palm (Photo: Supplied)

Sonic sanctuary – An interview with Nai Palm

Nai Palm – songwriter, guitarist and vocalist from internationally acclaimed Melbourne band Hiatus Kaiyote – recently came to Sydney to perform a solo show at Newtown Social Club. Before she went on stage, she chatted to Liz Hughes about performing solo, the Australian music and creative scene and upcoming plans for Hiatus Kaiyote.

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