Value of Local History

People value local history in different sets of motivations. Unfortunately, most do not become interested in history until late in life. I say unfortunately because viewing history backwards is not the best way to understand the past. History is best understood moving forward. It is activity best suited to the young of mind.

How to provide the Educative Message?

How to provide the Educative Message?

Dear friends,       Educational theories from unusual places, an e-newspaper in Los Angeles, discussing housing and homeless policies. Text below.       The messaging follows the email I just sent to the Mayor, Deputy Premier, and the...

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Thinking on the Excuses of the Premier of Queensland

Thinking on the Excuses of the Premier of Queensland

The Correspondence     TF-23-1204 - Message for Dr Buch from the Premier (attached): Gmail - TF_23_12404 – Message for Dr Buch     In response to my short plea to save The Gabba Community from the pain of losing a primary school and a park, the...

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What Does It Mean for Brisbane as a City?

What Does It Mean for Brisbane as a City?

The Kangaroo Point and Districts History Group recently raised questions on what Brisbane had become as a city since Conrad Martens' image in 1851, "Brisbane Views from Bowen Terrace Looking across Kangaroo Point." I believe that the Council and the city's residents...

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