Young writers alerted to misuse of mobiles and earplugs

Young writers alerted to misuse of mobiles and earplugs

15 young Australians have lost their lives in accidents since January having been preoccupied by texting / talking on their mobile phones and or with ear plugs listening to ‘whatever’ and unable to hear traffic around them.

  • If you are reading this on line, you may be in breach of Copyright !!

    If you are reading this on line, you may be in breach of Copyright !!

    Sometimes the strangest bed-fellows are found in the most unlikeliest of places and in this on-line world, the question was raised in Germany some time ago, if you watched the porn site RedTube.com the legal eagles will track you down and send you a fine of $250 for breach of copyright, as reported in this TheGuardian.com article.  

  • Some 'doctoral' (PhD) topics are a bit hairy - they should be

    Some 'doctoral' (PhD) topics are a bit hairy - they should be

    Education has taken significant twists and turns over the past three decades. I recall 20 years ago listening to Radio National's regular Education Program who were interviewing the Professor of Engineering of the time from Stuart University that 67% of their students were from overseas – distance education.

  • New faces in the Australian young writers program

    New faces in the Australian young writers program

    The 2018 young writer program with Press Service International in conjunction with Christian Today has seen quite a few additional young writers.

  • ‘Fourth’ Kiwi young writer conference

    ‘Fourth’ Kiwi young writer conference

    The New Zealand young writers program initiated in 2012 is taking a leap forward with its fourth conference to be held on Saturday 1 September in Christchurch.

  • Absolutes demonstrate a great deal

    Absolutes demonstrate a great deal

    In my archive I found a News.com article about the smacking of children and highlighting then Prime Minister Tony Abbott's comment that he smacked his kids when they were growing up – welcoming the readers to the world of parenting.

  • Tossers – and there about

    Tossers – and there about

    In my archive I found this Sydney Morning Herald article titled “How to tell if you're a tosser” written by Larissa Ham and it's quite a revealing piece of literature as having read it, in all honesty I can't think of anyone who hasn't qualified at some point in their lives, and this includes me.

  • Young writer reviews – No 6

    Young writer reviews – No 6

    The Press Service International young writer program in conjunction with Christian Today has each Week's editor or coordinator write a review of their week the week after publication.

  • King-Hit-Deaths in Australia – over 91 deaths since 2000

    King-Hit-Deaths in Australia – over 91 deaths since 2000

    In my archive I found this piece from the Sydney Morning Herald which published news of a report that was released on the 90 (now 91 and many more since) king-hit-deaths in Australia since 2000 and the reading is both interesting and illuminating.   

  • 30 Most Common difficult questions – first in a series of books on its way from Rowland Croucher

    30 Most Common difficult questions – first in a series of books on its way from Rowland Croucher

    The Pastor’s Pastor the Reverend Dr Rowland Croucher has begun writing five books titled  -  'Questions and Responses: The most difficult questions 1 – and my fellow clergy – have ever been asked.  

  • Outworking of the young writer Awards Commission

    Outworking of the young writer Awards Commission

  • Applicable to life - artificial grass

    Applicable to life - artificial grass

    In a recent News.com article from my archive it states that home owners are faking it by embracing the weed-free alternative to a natural lawn as artificial grass was once the province of hockey fields.

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