Our work with ISPT to redevelop the old Kingswood golf course for residential purposes is taking longer than expected. Despite this, plans presented to the local Kingston Council propose a very smart development. Here’s our latest release:
We’ve been doing some work with CyclingVictoria this year, helping them grow their influence beyond the cycling clubs. The number of cyclists in Victoria is fairly static, so we tried to encourage more kids to ride to school. Here’s our media release:
(Speech given by Hugh Jones at the launch of “Not Another One!” by Ann Stone, October 26, 2015)
I’m humbled and grateful for the invitation to launch Ann’s book. I’ve known Ann and the Stone family pretty much all my life – in fact, I bob up on Page 3 of the book (before both Don Bradman and Ronnie Biggs) – and Ann and Ron have been among my parents’ greatest friends.
Like everyone who hears the stories from their frequent travels, I’ve harboured a degree of envy. Most of us will never get to half the places Ron and Ann have visited.
It’s been great fun reading about their 40 years of travelling the world and I congratulate Ann and the publishing team at Makor and the Lamm Jewish Library that has edited her diaries into such an attractive read.
(This piece was originally published on The Footy Almanac’s music site, 24/01/2015.)
This summer, for the first time in three years I am not eagerly awaiting a Bruce Springsteen tour to Australia. Thank goodness.
Not that I wouldn’t want Bruce to return, bringing with him his million-dollar entourage, his massive back catalogue and three-hour musical extravaganzas. It’s just that I couldn’t bear the stress of anticipation.
Stress? I’ve been addicted to Springsteen since the late 1970s when a fellow uni student, Ian Wright, introduced me to the man from Freehold, New Jersey.