Marie Pietersz

New age poetess: Shiroma Perera-Nathan – Story: Marie Pietersz (The Write Touch), Melbourne (Pictures: Shiroma P-N) You could call Shiroma Perera-Nathan a new age poet who doesn’t fit the stereotype mold of a bard. Her twin makeup is typical of her two-dimensional star sign of Gemini; on the one hand ...

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The ‘Prince’ of Cricket – Errol Fernando Story: Marie Pietersz (The Write Touch), Melbourne Photos: Errol Fernando The cricket season is over, a pandemic has set in, the lifting of lockdown restrictions seem so far away, but Errol is nostalgic and hopeful that he will once again be able to ...

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SOCIETY WEDDING OF THE YEAR (Story by: Marie Pietersz (The Write Touch, Melbourne) Pictures: courtesy of Savish Corporation) Story by: Marie Pietersz (The Write Touch, Melbourne) Pictures: courtesy of Savish Corporation The fairytale wedding took place recently of Savindhi Perera-Jainudeen and Mudit Jain, bringing two cultures, religions and young individuals ...

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  Victorian Seniors Week 2019 – just weeks away! – Story by Marie Pietersz Once again, seniors in Victoria are privileged to have a week of the calendar dedicated to celebrating them and their status as seniors. The Victorian Seniors Festival returns this October from 6 to 13 to celebrate ...

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  Darlings! Tiffany’s was the place to be! – Story: Marie Pietersz (The Write Touch), Melbourne; Photo credits: well wishers And what a glamorous event it was, this Brunch at Tiffany’s mid-year event hosted by the HFC PPA Bamba (Aust) Inc at the Oakleigh Hall on 14 July. The atmosphere ...

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    Josephines’ Wild West Nite a definite winter warmer: Story: Marie Pietersz – Pics: courtesy well-wishers Pics: courtesy well-wishers Outside was a freezingly cold Melbourne mid-winter’s night on 22nd June, but inside the Good Shepherd Hall, Mulgrave, the warmth, sights and ambience greeting you thawed you out like it ...

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Melbourne prays for Sri Lankan victims Contributed by: Marie Pietersz, Melbourne With around 50 percent of Australian-born Sri Lankans living in Melbourne, it is no wonder that there were many multi-faith vigils and prayers held in many parts of Melbourne in the days following the Easter Sunday bombings which took ...

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