The Seekers performing in London circa 1965. Source: Getty Images
Could this have been the Greek kafeneio that Durrell visited? Source: Getty Images
The graffiti protest on Madgwick Drive that started it all. Source: Rod Wise/The Armidale Times
Brittany Higgins, left, (the former Liberal staffer whose rape allegations sparked a national discussion) joined thousands attending the March 4 Justice rally in Canberra calling for action against gendered violence in Parliament. Source: Getty Images
Rod writes about one of Hollywood's greatest leading men: Dana Andrews. Source: Getty Images
Rod wants you to consider the number of international students stranded in Australia due to coronavirus. Source: Getty Images
Where's a bloody lawnmower when you need it? Source: Getty Images
Grand Chief Sir Michael Somare, former prime minister of Papua New Guinea and a giant of Pacific politics, has died from pancreatic cancer. He was 84. Source: Getty Images
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About Rod Wise

Rod Wise lives in country New South Wales, Australia after having spent his childhood and working life in Sydney and Wollongong. He was educated at North Sydney Boys High School and the University of Sydney, where he earned degrees in Arts. Rod was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to study in Europe and North America in 1980. For most of his working life, Rod was a journalist. He was employed by various Fairfax Media publications, including The Australian Financial Review and the Sydney Morning Herald as a reporter, feature writer, subeditor and editor. He is also the publisher of The Armidale Times, a community newsletter circulating in his local region.
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