Facebook slapping ‘Misinformation’ notices on its users’ posts, and threatening to limit access where ‘multiple’ offences occur -again without explanation of what that entails – might be in breach of basic Human Rights, if not downright serious cow-towing to Right-leaning Governments, and the might of the media industry that has hamstrung itself. Article 12 of … More Fact Checkers as the new Fat Controllers (you know, Thomas the Tank and all that).
Pay close attention to the meaning of those Latin-written records about your ancestors in Catholic church records in Ireland or you’ll lost traction on invaluable clues to your family history lines. I have puzzled for decades whether my ancestor Patrick Sheedy truly was (as according to family legend) a man who descended from ‘Royalty’ – … More Sheedy – a Royal Proverbial Pain
Local community are up in arms about the surge in commercial racehorse training on Killarney’s coast in southwest Victoria and have launched a Petition to take the fight to State level. Warrnambool City Council’s sudden ban on racehorse training on it’s beaches has seen an immediate surge of training at Killarney, which is also part of the Belfast … More Saving Country: Killarney Beach coastal environment under commercial racehorse training stress
Three days in and artist David Higgins is nearly finished preparing a blank wall in Warrnambool’s business centre as a canvas for his ocean-themed mural for this weekend Hidden Histories Laneway festival. A rare burst of autumn sunshine has the talented artist at top undercoat stage as David sets to work transforming the Timor Walk … More Warrnambool Timor Walk Mural