Protesters on their way to the Commonwealth Parliamentary Offices in Bligh Street on August 6 Photo: Andrew Collis

Hiroshima never again

Let us not repeat the past but do something new, working on the things that make for peace in our homes and communities.

Coloured lights in the Matavai and Turanga buildings Photo: Andrew Collis

Love lives here

Simple acts of kindness reinforce invisible bonds that tie this community together, because buildings don’t make a community … people do.

Farewell Naomi, and thank you!

Pemulwuy underway

Susan Carland Photo: supplied

Like other faiths, Islam is radical as well as conservative

Susan Carland, lecturer at Monash University in Melbourne, has recently launched her book Women, Faith and Sexism – Fighting Hislam.

Carolynne Miller with two of her artworks at the Orchard Gallery Photo: Miriam Pepper

‘All creatures are fantastic’

“All creatures are fantastic, we just get used to some,” says artist and teacher Jovana Terzic, co-curator of the Fantastic Creatures group show at the Orchard Gallery this month.

Julia Flanagan, "Against One Another and Not"

Exploring colour and pattern – Artist Profile: Julia Flanagan

Julia Flanagan is primarily a painter with a growing interest in sculpture. Born in Newcastle, Julia moved to Sydney to study painting and completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts at the National Art School in 2004 and her Painting Honours in 2005.

Restaurant – Rosso Antico

Book – In Defense of Housing