March 7, 2017 Culture


If you’ve seen the Oscar nominated movie Hidden Figures, you’ll be familiar with a few of the incredible women who were involved in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) sectors throughout the history of NASA. If you haven’t, for starters go and see it, but secondly, you’d be forgiven for not knowing the name Katherine G. Johnson. She was one of the brilliant African American women working as a human computer behind NASA’s Project Mercury and Apollo 11 (which of course turned around the space race and roused the world – not a small feat).…

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January 24, 2017 Roadtrip


Malibu Beach Guide

As far as beaches go Malibu is probably one of the world’s most famous. Yet to those who haven’t been there it can be a little confusing. “Malibu Beach” is an actual beach but it has become a general term for many that sums up any beach that is situated in the Malibu area. In fact there about three dozen beaches in Malibu so if your from out of town like us it can be a bit of a beach figuring out where to go and what to expect. …

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December 13, 2016 Editorial


This is a story close to home but only in the geographical sense, because to be honest I have no comprehension of what life must feel like for the Blooms. I hesitate to say I’m inspired by Sam as there’s something a little patronising in that; but Sam, her three boys and husband Cameron sure have motivated me to get off my ass and dive into life.  As far as parenting goes they would write one hell of a book, one nearly as good as that other one “Penguin Bloom”. You might have heard of it? The book about an odd little bird who saved a family? Well that’s where our story begins, not in the pages of a book but in the backyard of the Bloom’s, an ordinary family dealing with an extraordinary circumstance and the love of a magpie or three……

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