Tag Archives: conscience

It’s time to say ‘Sorry, Australia’

It’s been a while since I posted here.  Not because I had nothing to say, but because so often I have been left speechless with disgust and disbelief at what has been said and done – or not –  by … Continue reading

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You are, we are all Australian

As a former copy editor for the Melbourne PEN Quarterly, I follow PEN’s tireless action on behalf of writers wrongfully imprisoned.  A recent email told that among the refugees imprisoned on Manus Island is a journalist with a Master’s degree … Continue reading

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Multitasking

My conscience, or whatever passes for that name, felt as the twinge of discontent with one’s achievements and time management, lack of, and the thought that good, innocent and trusting people have actually signed up to follow this blog, has … Continue reading

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