An interactive digital story which uses Google Maps to retrace the 1883 night walk made by Melbourne’s first elephant, Ranee, from the Port Melbourne police station to the Royal Melbourne Zoo in Parkville.
Author: Rees Quilford
I haven’t written by hand for the longest time. It’s been so long that I’ve forgotten how hard it is.
Not telling a friend that they have spinach in their teeth is like visiting their house and shitting in the bathroom sink even though the toilet is right next to you.
The reflection that follows was written in September 2013. It was the weeks that followed the Underwater Hockey World Championships and the disappointment was still raw.
It’s just after midday and the social rooms of the Brunswick Street Oval Grandstand are in full swing. Its Round 6 of the VAFA Premier B season and Fitzroy FC are taking on Old Melburnians.
Fitzroy FC 12.9 (81) def by Old Melburnians 13.10 (88) Brunswick Street Oval 16 May 2015 Grassroots footy is up against a crowded cultural landscape. It vies for attention with the elite competition, any...
Bob Murphy lives around the corner. I see him walking the streets of Carlton North with his family, Justine, Frankie Jarvis and his dog, Arthur. I guess it’s the lot of an AFL footballer...
It’s no coincidence that the best card in Australian racing fell on All Saints day. The canonized associates of the lord presided over fields of the highest order. More than 90,000 people graced Flemington’s lawns, marquees...
My review of the AFL Round 16 match between Richmond and Brisbane, ‘Lions old and new’ was published in the Football Almanac.
Everyone is talking about LinkedIn. Until recently, I had managed to avoid engaging with it, I just didn’t see the point.