Freemasonry is
The disappearing islands of Sydney Harbour

The early explorers of Port Jackson used the harbour as we use our roads and motorways. Accurate maps were their equivalent of our Gregory’s or Sydways.

The knots of Freemasonry

Among the many decorative knots, we can observe at least one of these in our masonic symbols, from which we can then ask ourselves the question: ‘How do these apply to Masonry other than to emphasise how adept we are in tying ourselves in knots?’

Tertiary prize winners

Talented students from multiple schools, including two sets of sisters, were the star attractions when 23 Awards were given at the Annual Prize Giving staged by A Start in Life at the Taronga Park Function Centre in April.

Iceland is (n)ice

To think of Iceland immediately conjures up images of a land full of ice, cold conditions and plenty of warm clothes.

But a visitor can also find that Iceland is a country of fire, magical nights and fascinating tourists sites.

Rosslyn Chapel

What connects Dolly the Sheep and Rosslyn Chapel? The answer is the small Scottish village of Roslin almost 13 kilometres from Edinburgh and the impact both have made on the level of tourism to Roslin.

The brown slouch hat

'Just a Brown Slouch Hat with the side turned up, but it means the world to me’ These were the words of a melody made popular in Australia especially during World War II and sung frequently by comedian and actor George Wallace.

The origins of Easter

As Christians celebrate the resurrection of Jesus and children tuck into their chocolate eggs or chocolate rabbits, and everyone enjoys another long weekend, do we ever pause to wonder why Easter originated in the spring?

British India

Freemasonry as we know it originated in the British Isles in the 18th century. From there, it quickly spread to Europe and beyond, especially to all parts of the British Empire.


In a world often dictated by hate and segregation, membership of an organisation capable of uniting men of all religions, colours and even accents is more relevant than ever.

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