Freemasonry is

Some names automatically create visions of the English language and writers. Such a name is Rudyard Kipling who was one of the most popular English writers in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Local students in need are benefitting from 10 new scholarships funded by the Central Coast Freemasons.

The Textbook Scholarships worth $500 each have been

Freemasonry is described in our ritual as a Progressive Science, the study of three degrees intended to teach making good men better men, more useful to their family and the society in which they live.

2012 is the bicentenary of the birth of the novelist Charles Dickens, an event that is being marked with new biographies and exhibitions. Dickens was not a Freemason but was great friends with many Freemasons and occasionally refers to Freemasonry in his novels.

As part of his job with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) Bro Damien Donavan was posted to Afghanistan from August 2010 until July 2011.

For the first two months, he was located in TarinKowt (TK), a small backwater

In the dimmed light of the movie theatre, patrons have sat entranced for over half a century watching a modern knight give battle in more than 150 Good versus Evil situations.

How do you tell your child that they no longer have a school to go to? Well if there are Freemasons involved you can rest assured that that won't happen.

The symbolism of these tools has evolved in ages past when, in the absence of written language, lessons were taught and transferred by relating important messages to the elementary tools used in everyday life.

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