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April 25: The Dust of Uruzgan
Fred Smith … in conversation with Bill Kable

Fred Smith has been described as ‘Australia’s secret weapon’ in international diplomacy. As a career diplomat, he served for two years in southern Afghanistan. Working alongside Australian soldiers in Uruzgan Province, Fred’s second career as a musician came to the fore, his guitar serving as a bridge not only to the troops but also to the people and tribal leaders of that war-torn region. His song ‘Dust of Uruzgan’ captured the hearts of many serving in Afghanistan and ‘Sapper’s Lullaby’ has become an anthem for soldiers and their families.

 

May 2: Jeremiah House2018
Peter Symes and Robert Stoker … in conversation with Bill Kable

Our guests have an ambition to offer what has not been seen anywhere in the world. They are establishing a shelter in Bundaberg that will welcome men and their children who are victims of domestic violence. With the neverending publicity for women victims we forget that the majority of assault victims are men. The scary truth is that men who are seeking help are separated from their children when those children most need the security of Dad. Peter and Robert decided to do something about it.


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