Monthly Archive: January, 2011

Delay on new R18+ classification

BY SANDRA SIAGIAN 29 Jan, 2011 04:00 AM DESPITE plenty of campaigning, no change has yet been made to implement an R18+ classification for video games.When Home Affairs Minister Brendan O’Connor met all… Continue reading

‘He He Ha Ha’ food is favourable

BY SANDRA SIAGIAN 29 Jan, 2011 09:30 AM WHEN Mrs Lee of Hurstville migrated to Australia more than 20 years ago, she found her roots by cooking traditional Chinese cuisine.Since then, the grandmother… Continue reading

Striking the right note

BY SANDRA SIAGIAN JUGGLING a music career with the HSC could turn out to be a nightmare for some students. But for Gethin Thomas, a student from St John Bosco College, Engadine, music… Continue reading

Chinese New Year: Feast of fortune is their hope

BY SANDRA SIAGIAN 28 Jan, 2011 04:00 AM FOR the Tam family of Bexley, small is better when itcomes to celebrating Chinese New Year. Since all their extended family live in HongKong, their… Continue reading

Shire TAFEs doing their bit to reduce the carbon footprint

27 Jan, 2011 01:00 AM TAFE colleges in Sutherland Shire are adding more sustainability options to their trade courses.The Loftus and Gymea campuses have been running them for the past year and will… Continue reading

New yacht bears sailor’s name

BY SANDRA SIAGIAN 24 Jan, 2011 04:00 AM DANNY Kane was proof that living with a disability did not have to stop you living life to the full.After a snowboarding accident at Thredbo… Continue reading

Separated, they’re coming together

BY SANDRA SIAGIAN 13 Jan, 2011 06:00 AM WHAT started as an unusual idea between a husband and wife has turned into a charitable reality.When Sergeant Martin Prynne of Caringbah was deployed to… Continue reading