Freemasonry is
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.

The beehive is another masonic symbol common in United States Freemasonry, but almost unheard of
in emulation style working. Although extant in older rituals and charges, in England and Wales it was dropped after the Union of 1813.

Wat Rong Khun in Chiang Rai

The village of Sob Ruak on the banks of the Mekong River, where the Ruak River discharges into the Mekong is referred to as the centre of ‘The Golden Triangle.

Is Masonry relevant?

The 21st century has turned out to be an era of colossal changes – globalisation, artificial intelligence, space exploration, social media, and the expansion of private enterprise which have seen growth of unprecedented proportions.

 Martin Luther King Jr addresses a crowd from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.

Difference of opinion has been with us throughout the history of mankind.

Intolerance and conflict in family situations and business matters can have serious consequences. Peaceful demonstrations which become violent have disastrous outcomes.

Mikaela Sutherland, winner of the Freemasons of NSW and ACT Community Service Award!

Mikaela Sutherland, of Sans Souci, won the Freemasons of NSW/ACT Community Service Award at the 2019 7NEWS Young Achiever Awards.

My first fire

The NSW Rural Fire Service is the world’s largest volunteer fire service and members provide fire and emergency services to approximately 95 percent of NSW. This is the story of a new member.

Royston Cave a Templar refuge?

Each day people journey along busy Melbourn Street in the town of Royston in Hertfordshire, England, many oblivious to the fact that beneath a section of the street is a man made bell-shaped cave dug from the chalk strata.


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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