A memorial seemingly forgotten
This week I returned to hallowed ground in Paris. A place where victims of terror in France and Australia are remembered. It wasn't how I'd hoped.
A follow up to my blog “In Paris remembering Charlie Hebdo………
All my efforts to contact the Mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo failed. Not to be outdone, though I decided I'd
In Paris – Remembering Charlie Hebdo
Today, January 7, is the anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo slaughter. I arrived in Paris yesterday with an urn of
The reason I am in Paris in memory of Charlie Hebdo
I'm here in Paris now because I buried Tori Johnson of the Lindt Cafe in Martin Place after the dreadful siege
Paris, Martin Place. A way to build on this.
On many occasions since the fall of the Berlin wall in 1989 the world has come together in hope, only
In Methodist house in Westminster there is a room full of plaques. They are in memory of Methodist Clergymen and
My response to the events of yesterday, I hope it helps.
Like all of you I have been shaken by the events of the past 24 hours. Last night I felt
A Call for Calm
A Call for Calm A few weeks ago on my Sunday night radio program on Sydney Radio 2GB 873 I