The 25th of April always carries great significance for Veterans communities, both here in Australia, in New Zealand and wherever our troops are serving around the world. The day commemorates ANZAC Day, whose origins stretch back to the original landing at ANZAC Cove on the Gallipoli Peninsula in World War 1.
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It’s been three years since White Bay Beer Co. released its first brew to the community and in that time the brewery has become an iconic part of peninsula life. To thank locals for the incredible support they’ve received, the team are now gearing up for a big birthday bash.
Surviving a horrific crime is a traumatic experience. Healing takes time, and there is no right or wrong way to cope but many survivors find connecting with others who have experienced the same trauma has its benefits. Now, with MeetUps in Balmain, The Survivor Hub is a safe and inclusive space where survivors can connect.
On International Women’s Day, the Darling team attended a special premiere screening of A Certain Mother, created and directed by Rozelle based filmmaker Mihaal Danziger. The documentary interweaves the stories of four women across Australia as they navigate the challenges of motherhood. All proceeds of the event went to local charity Good in the Hood.
Georgia Draws A House is the artist name of local illustrator, Georgia Norton Lodge. If you’re familiar with Georgia, you may have had your house drawn by her, seen her books at local shops, stumbled upon one of her adorable house-on-a-house murals or attended one of her workshops.