‘Merri Merri,’ as it’s called in the original Woiwurrung language means ‘very rocky’. Read this story to learn about the encounter of two civilizations, the Wurendjeri people forced away from their land, and the recent efforts to reconcile and heal our country.
What does being a citizen mean? With an honest approach, Pablo Gonzalez explores the answer to this question and talks about the relevance of understanding First Nations history to build his identity as an Australian Citizen. He presents his most recent learnings of Australia's unspoken history thanks to NAIDOC week 2021.
This week is NAIDOC week (4-11 July) and I have prepared this list of five tips for you to learn how to COVID-safely celebrate and support this important series of events to honour the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Whence /wɛns/ conjugation, (old fashioned): the place, source, or origin of something. Do you know the oldest pub in Brunswick? Reba Brown, bartender at the Retreat Hotel on Sydney Road, can tell you. “It’s always nice to see people’s faces light up when...
Learn more about multi-ethnic networks of knowledge, local businesses and accessible good quality education from Tom Bentley's perspective, a supportive netball dad to his daughters and a resident of Brunswick East who also happens to be the Executive Director for Policy and Impact at RMIT University.
A1 Bakery is arguably the most well-known business on Sydney Road. Read this article to learn more about A1's history and how they have stayed loyal to their philosophy of true comfort, authenticity and quality to become one of the Institutions of Brunswick.
I’m pretty sure that after a couple of lockdowns you’ve tried more than a few strategies to keep yourself busy while staying at home. Nevertheless, I’ve prepared a list of seven recommendations for you to explore during each one of the next seven days.