Neville Hiatt

Press Services International

Neville Hiatt was the 2020 Press Services International Tronson Senior Writers Award Winner for Australia. His previous posts for can be read here. He spent a decade working for Radio Stations before his career was intermissioned by someone in a hurry to get home from work. For more of his award winning creativity visit  He also blogs for covering the way cryptocurrencies and blockchain are changing our world.

  • Soul Tread

    When was the last time you felt the fibre of paper between your fingers as you read something? Yes electronic devices mean we can consume reading material without the burden of lugging a book or magazine around in our daily travels. But is something lost in the experience without the tactile page in our hands?

  • Evil is the absence of good

    Before I start this article let me ask you a couple of questions.

  • How did we get here?

    “Give me just one generation of youth, and I'll transform the whole world.” ― Vladimir Lenin

  • Have you ever questioned God?

    Have you ever asked is God real? I watched with interest this interview Way FM had the courage to not only record but broadcast.

  • Walking in the Spotlight

    “What if I can’t sing again, that’s my bread and butter.”

  • Are we there yet?

    Here is my pitch for a movie plot. The year is 2020. The opening credits show a vibrant thriving democratic society.

  • The Neville Hiatt Story

    What would you write if you were asked to share your story? If you were only given one page, which parts of your life would you highlight?

  • Are you a ragamuffin or a cupcake?

    “There's a difference, you know, between faith and playing make-believe. One will make you grow. The other one will make you sleep.”

  • Nobel Peace Prize Winners that Lost at Love

    What do Juan Manuel Santos, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Liu Xiaobo, Wangari Maathai, Kofi Annan all have in common? Yes they were all Nobel Peace Prize winners. 

  • From Adversity to Advocacy

    Spoiler Alert: Wish Man the book or the movie are about the life of Frank Shankwitz.   His life work may be familiar to you even if his name isn’t.