Vol. 136, No. 44 // 11 November 2017

November 10, 2017

 

FEATURE

Remembrance Day: Lest We Forget

As we pause to remember the sacrifices made for us in times of war, we also need to learn from the lessons of the past, writes David Goodwin  

 

CELEB BUZZ

KJ’s key to success

KJ Apa and comic character Archie Andrews have a lot in common.

 

INNER LIFE

The camera never lies

They say the camera never lies. This proved to be true after my wife and I recently visited Goulburn Weir, at Lake Nagambie in central Victoria.

 

PROFILE

Writer/director Su Goldfish searched for her lost family in Trinidad, North America and Germany for her film The Last Goldfish, which explores the impact of war and displacement, as she tells Julie Houghton. 

 

MY STORY

The path now travelled

Ricki didn’t know that there could be more to life, until he found hope and healing with the Salvos.

 

REVIEW

Three Summers (M)

Rating: 4 / 5

 

MINI REVIEW

[ film ] Brad’s Status (M)

 

TRAVEL

Accommodating questions 

Do you struggle to find great accommodation when you travel? Ask yourself these questions next time you’re looking for a place to stay, writes Jessica Morris.

 

G'DAY SPORT

Matters of Death and Life

It may simply be that I am getting grumpier as I get older, but it does seem like the standard of sports commentary—and even sports writing—is declining. One of the symptoms is an increasing reliance on well-worn clichés at the expense of original thought. When it comes to my pet peeves, right at the top of the list is comparing sport to war, and acting as if it is a matter of life and death.

 

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