BRIDGET AND PYLON – THE ‘COATHANGER’ CATS

BRIDGET AND PYLON - THE 'COATHANGER'  CATS

Around Christmas 1950, twin white cats were spotted atop the southern pylon of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. There they remained. It seemed the pair had decided it was the best location in the city, with world class views. Well really, who could blame them? The snowy residents

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A RIVETING STORY OF THE SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE

A RIVETING STORY OF THE SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE

How many nuts and  bolts are there in the Sydney Harbour Bridge?  Well, oddly enough, only a handful. Rivets were used instead, some 6,000,000 of them. The majority of the steel  for the bridge’s girders came from  Britain, but the government contract stated that all rivets were

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A SENIOR GOES SHOPPING

A SENIOR  GOES SHOPPING

A BIG DAY OUT Some may view me as a disgrace to womanhood, but I detest buying clothes. It’s not that I don’t like to look nice, but it’s so time consuming and irritating. The older I get the more I dislike the whole business. Anyway, I

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Olympic Fever

Olympic Fever

WELL, HERE WE ARE, READY TO LAUNCH INTO  ANOTHER OLYMPIC GAMES.  GOOD LUCK TO ALL THE ATHLETES AT RIO…..BUT  ESPECIALLY THE AUSSIES OF COURSE !  WE REALLY MUST BEAT THOSE WRETCHED BRITS THIS TIME.  A LITTLE PUNCH ON THE NOSE FROM A BOXING KANGAROO MIGHT BE THE

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