Inventor establishes MakerBay – Hong Kong’s first ‘maker space’ with 3D-printing and laser cutting machinery – with plans to rent it out to students, hobbyists and start-up companies.
Senior Australian journalists Tracey Spicer, Hugh Riminton, Sophie McNeill and Marcus Strom delivered a joint statement in support of jailed Australian journalist Peter Greste to the Egyptian consulate In Sydney today.
Relive your childhood in this temple of sweetness, writes TANYA McGOVERN
AFTER a trip to a child welfare agency in the Philippines, life in Australia became ‘‘uncomfortable’’ for Blackalls Park couple Emilio and Leanne Dendaluce.
With great views and boatside service, Tinto Espresso had pulling Power, writes TANYA McGOVERN.
Published in Newcastle Herald (Monday, June 24, 2013) GRATITUDE, smiles and a friendly chat have motivated volunteer palliative care worker, Virginia Milne, to lend a supportive hand to patients in Maitland for the past eight years. After her children left the nest and her husband died, Mrs Milne felt inclined to again care for others.Continue reading “Caring companion in good times and bad”
GREEN, creative costumes made an appearance at Lambton High School yesterday when students put on their sustainability message caps for the school’s annual Green Day.
With the cold, wet winter weather beginning to set in, treat yourself to a delicious soup from Gourmet Goose Deli Cafe’s diverse range. Grab one to take home for just $7.90. And while you’re there, why not buy a few extras to keep in the freezer?