Usually I do a regular update here on my posts on my other blogs so that people can follow up is interested. This dropped away during my computer problems, as indeed did posting itself. To resume, a list of posts since the start of July follows:
- Craig Wilson & innovative newcastle
- Stockton Public School 150 year celebrations
- Maris Cash's obituary
- NT joins New England with state anthem
- Belshaw's World - this short story thing not as easy as it looks
- New England unis & the university games
- Memories from a Glenreagh past
- Round the New England blogging traps 24 - land, mining & the environment
- Robert Madgwick and adult education
- More on Aboriginal midwife May Yarrowyk
- Allen & Overy's profit conundrum
The post on May Yarrowyk (or should that be Yarrowick?) is an example of one of the things I most love about blogging, the way in which past posts generate new posts because people send me more information.
May is an interesting person because she was a fully qualified nurse and a member of the Australasian Trained Nurses Association who apparently trained during the 1890s. This makes her an early example of an Aboriginal person gaining a full qualification.
The Allen & Overy post is an example of a presently somewhat rare professional post.