5 things I realised when I went home

There are a lot of Tasmanians here. That’s not stating the obvious. Try living in Townsville. The transient population in Townsville is made up...

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On feeling attached and a fine-point pencil, by Anne Colllins

What home means to me Home is a word that resonates on many levels. I was born in Scotland and grew up in the...

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Where the heart is, by Belinda Jones

What home means to me Home means those special people in my life – not just those who live in our house but all...

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Home: an update, June 2013, The Hague, by Sophie Rigney

  What home means to me Somehow – I don’t know how – I seem to have spliced these homes together. The space between them...

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Home by Sophie Rigney

What home means to me Home: adverb: to the place where one lives; noun: the place where one lives permanently; adjective: of or relating to the...

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Where my family is

What home means to me To me home is where my family is, I’m lucky enough for that home to also be in Tassie.  ...

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Where I decide to love

  What home means to me For eighteen years I took home for granted. A weatherboard at the end of a cul-de-sac, an un-kept lawn and...

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Going Home

6 signs my heart was telling me to come home to Hobart, by Russell Kelly Home can be many things, not just a house, or a street....

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