Guardian supporter Susan Kozianski considers an opinion article that helped shape her view of how best to remember those who have fought for their country.
The concept of 'underground' gets flung around a lot in music media lexicon and Cult Club is super deserving of the descriptor. Showcasing emerging musicians in
Australia's economy may have achieved a remarkable winning streak, avoiding a recession for 25 years, but there are now clear signs that the consumers who have driven much of the growth are running out of puff.
Australia likely equaled the world record for the longest stretch of uninterrupted economic growth last quarter, yet celebrations will be muted as miserly wage growth saps the spending power of its citizens.
The only mammal capable of true flight, a 'Beka Sigasiga' (known as 'Samoan Flying-fox' in English AKA a bat) hangs from the branch of a pawpaw tree as it surreptitiously approaches the fruit. The claw marks of numerous bats who regularly visit this tree are visible along the branches. I took this shot on my roof at home in Fiji for a story about how Flying-foxes are regularly consumed and considered a delicacy in Fiji despite being one of the region's most ecologically important animals.