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Fiona Hammond is a journalist who graduated from the John Morris journalism academy. Fiona lives on the south coast of NSW Australia and writes human interest stories and opinions, about gardening, sustainability, fishing, the environment and our planet.

The Orgasmic Effect Book Review

'My workshops are about how we can better use our energy, how we can switch this energy on, not just for sex but to release stress, anxiety and to drop weight....all easy, when you have the key....males however are so disconnected

We are Not Sick, We are Transsexuals

In 1990 the World Health organisation took homosexulaity off its listing of mental illness,now is the time to remove transsexualism from that same listing.

Review: Cry From a Silent Planet and Interview with Author John...

'A Cry from a Silent Planet' with its close resemblance to the here and now leaves us with the unnerving thought that this could in some way become a reality, and poses the question, does the planet truly belong to us?

Monster Movies and Censorship Madness

More on Melbourne's Monster Movie Fest, an interview with Eoin Macken and shocking horror-comedy banned shortly before screening.

Cinema Nova and Monster Movies Bring The World’s Horror Movies to...

Cinema Nova and Monster pictures bring to you Melbournes Monster Movie Fest,an interview with the Master of Horror Larry Cohen on his movie premier The Stuff and his master class on Movie making.

Crowdfunding Movie Tackles Bullying and Homophobia

Explore the hard hitting issues of homophobia and bullying with Drown the movie, set in the iconic Australian surf life saving community and an interview with director Dean Francis.

Hennessy Artistry, the Mix, and Interviews With Two Stars of The...

I was lucky and got Interviews with Timomatic and Miracle who shared their best moments from the Hennessy Artistry event and some great advice for young or not so young talent out there.

‘Gay Panic Defence’ Creates a Stir in Queensland

Try to imagine this, you are taking a walk, maybe on the way home or to run an errand. During your walk you come across one or more men, obviously drunk, what do you do?

An Interview With ‘Our World Our Choice’ Author Annie Templeton

First and foremost OUR WORLD OUR CHOICE teaches us to heal ourselves and to turn the negative into the positive through simple exercises throughout the book.

Reach Out With The Hand of Friendship

A senior investigative journalist in Chennai India,Tsv Hari is in dire need of help from fellow journalists around the world.

Amnesty International Unveils ‘Gross’ Syrian Human Rights Abuses

The UN's purpose is; to maintain international peace and security in accordance with the principles and purposes of the United Nations.

Report Says Australia Continues To Violate Human Rights

Amnesty International this week released its 50th annual report into the state of the world's human rights. The review scrutinizes human rights in 155 countries including Australia from January 2011 to December 2011.

Kermit Not The Only Cool Frog in Town

Kerry founded Save the Frog in 2008, which quickly became the worlds leading Amphibian conservation organisation. Save the Frog day recognized in states across the US

Summer Blockbuster Exhibition Due to Open At National Gallery of Australia

Lautrec who had amongst his band of friends Van Gogh and Oscar Wilde died tragically at the age of 36 from alcoholism and syphilis; due to his young death his works are rare and greatly treasured.

Wounded and Doctors Still At Risk of Attack Incarceration and Torture

The atmosphere in most medical facilities is extremely tense; healthcare workers send wounded patients home and provide only first aid so that facilities can be evacuated quickly in the event of a military operation,

Nature revealed at the National Gallery of Australia

For the first time in over 3 decades an exhibition dedicated to one of the preeminent landscape artists in Australian history has opened at the National Gallery of Australia.

Young Soldiers ‘Somme Memories’ Recorded in Rare Diary Find

Thanks to a young Australian soldier, Gunner Pearce, writing down his thoughts and feelings in the lead up to the battle in 1916 we have been offered a literal window into history.

Young Writer Award Gets Extra $5,000

The award is presented to a young Australian author aged 29 or less at the time of their books first publication, the trust company will announce the winner in June.

National Gallery of Australia and Google Bring World of Arts Online!

Do you love art? Want to visit galleries such as the Tate in London the Musee d'Orsay in Paris too gaze upon the brush work of artists such as Picasso, Matisse...

MeeMeep on a Mission to Save The Planet One Move At...

'Our motto at MeeMeep is saving the world one move at a time, by this I mean MeeMeep's grand plan involves reducing the amount of traffic and pollution on our roads, by tapping into people's movements and connecting them