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Tag Archives: Tony Doherty
Three feet of ice, the Chinese say, are not frozen in one day. Nor does it thaw in one year. Large institutions are famous for sometimes moving with all of the speed of an inert glacier. The ancient institution of … Continue reading
Do you know the story of the birth of Jesus? What a silly question! At this time of year, it is impossible to escape it. Children remind us in their charming Christmas plays. Shopping centres play carols until we could … Continue reading
Our ability to hang on to sanity and some sense of equilibrium this week has been sorely tested. In the face of scarcely imaginable acts of violence – right in the city’s heart, Martin Place, the balance of our emotional … Continue reading