Plants medicines have the capacity to change the way we think … of ourselves and the world.Plants that healSee the Geelong Advertiser story online

PDF: Plants that heal

My take on the Age of Outrage or, rather, the era of refusing to take personal responsibility for our reactions.

Harden up

See Geelong Advertiser online

PDF: Harden up

Some wag wrote a letter to the Geelong Advertiser saying he “choked on his breakfast” reading my latest column. If I’m causing near-death experiences to my readership I think I’m doing well.

Autumn break

Autumn break PDF

See online Geelong Advertiser January 15

Managed to avoid the usual Christmas rant.

Christmas giftingPDF: Better than gifts

A shout-out in the Geelong Advertiser for all the firefighters going above and beyond in communities around Australia.CHP_Export_30205458-page-001

See online Geelong Advertiser, November 20, 2019

PDF: Lives on the line

After nine years in away from the classroom I couldn’t believe how much things had deteriorated thanks to technology.

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PDF: Wrecked by tech

See online Geelong Advertiser, October 23, 2019

Meds for mental health should be dished out sparingly. Sadly they’re often the first choice. My latest musings in the @geelongaddy.Mental health meds

Wednesday, September 25: https://bit.ly/2mL1Rhg

PDF version: Mental health meds

Was lucky enough to interview artist Jack Bayley as he prepares for his second major art exhibition. Not bad for a 96yo.

Senior Living Magazine – Geelong Advertiser

Senior Living two page

Time to direct blame away from the younger generations.

Geelong Advertiser, Wednesday July 31.

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Geelong Advertiser, Saturday June 29.

Israel Folau

Israel Folau PDF