|megpie71 (megpie71) wrote,|
@ 2017-01-30 07:04:00
|Entry tags:||activism: three things|
What Went Right - 30 JAN 2017
Another three articles from the mainstream media about "what went right", rather than "what went wrong".
WA film industry: Australian outback adventure and Tim Winton adaptation set for state by Tim Wildie (ABC Western Australia)
The Western Australian film industry is getting a bit of a boost this year, with two films (one by a Hollywood producer) and a television series to be filmed in the state.
Back Roads in Harrow: How Johnny Mullagh led Australia's first international and Indigenous team by Brigid Donovan (Back Roads, ABC)
(Warning: The video and the pictures in this article contain images of deceased people). A brief profile of the town of Harrow in Western Victoria, which is home to a museum commemorating the first ever Australian cricket team to tour internationally. An all-Aboriginal team toured England in 1868, more than a decade before the match which gave birth to the Ashes cricketing rivalry.
Miracle milestone: premature triplets start first day of school by Margaret Burin (ABC Queensland)
A group of triplets who were born after 26 weeks of pregnancy (3 and a half months early) are having their first day of school this year.
So there's my three for the day. If you've found some stories about "what went right" in your mainstream media feeds, why not share them in the comments?
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