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[gallery] Shock Waves - finding peace after the Bali bomb has been featured on the front page of the Sydney Morning Herald, the Melbourne Age and other papers and online media across Australia and the world today. It is nearly 10 years since a car bomb...

[gallery] Pecha Kucha originated in Tokyo as a way of getting creative professionals to present their work without banging on endlessly. 20 images presented for 20 seconds each is the non-negotiable format. I’ve been asked to take part at the Currumbin Pecha Kucha event on Friday...

Got a text this morning asking if I would speak on local ABC radio about a suggestion by a Gold Coast councillor to seek corporate sponsorship to help restore Kirra Point to it’s former glory. An estimated $500,000 is needed to extend the Kirra Groyne...

[gallery] From Saturday’s Gold Coast Bulletin. Dwayne Grant from the Bully asked me what I thought about Tom Tate’s comments about MIck Fanning and the surfing community’s opposition to a cruise ship terminal. Tate had said Mick “didn’t matter” and he would be listening to people...

[gallery] Very proud to have worked as editor on this inspiring memoir by Hanabeth Luke, a gutsy surfer who survived the Bali bomb in 2002 and has used it as a spur to campaign against the War on Terror and for peace. It’s a raw, honest,...

[gallery] THE WAIKIKI CLUB, MIRA FLORES, PERU Can’t quite recall where I first came across this image of the famed Waikiki Club on the coast of the Peruvian capital, Lima. I had heard stories of it and was lucky enough to visit there in 1994. Peru was...