So what does an English Baron have to do with Kandos? It seems the cement company was hanging on Leverhulme's coat-tails to promote its own workplace philosophy
The internet rules our lives today, but just a century ago the latest technology was the telephone.
I don't think anyone's arrival here in Kandos could have been gloomier and more shocking than his. And yet it was the pinnacle of his priestly career.
We learn of a woman who discovered that being a wife, mother (two school-age sons Terry and Lance) and home-maker, wasn't going to give her the fulfilment she wanted.
Kandosians might find it hard to accept that three New Zealanders contributed more to the foundation of Kandos than three Australians.
You probably think of cordial the same way I did: a coloured syrup (bright red or green in my day) which you poured into a glass, up to about a centimetre, and then topped up with ice cold water.
You might be wondering why Kandos Community Centre is the header image of this website. It's a distinctive building don't you think? It's also a hallmark of Kandos. If you drive up Angus Avenue, you can't miss it. Sitting on the high side, it is majestic and perhaps a little overconfident, having been refreshed a… Continue reading Kandos Community Centre – another impressive facility