Category: Joe Christie

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Melbourne High Rowers Ride across Victoria for charity

Murray to Moyne is a short meaningless phrase for those not in the know. After 17 hours of listening to the sound of hazard lights clicking in my car as I followed riders from...

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Melbourne High School – Sydney International Rowing Regatta 2018

I arrived at the regatta on Thursday. It had been going since Monday. Here are albums from the last four days of racing. Our teams came away with great memories, an incredible experience on...

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Melbourne High win at State Rowing Championships

For those who have seen the photos already on Facebook I apologise as this is coming from my blog – It is a more comprehensive post though with more links and video. The State...

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Philanthropy is more than an ATAR score

Joe and his colleagues at Melbourne High do well in academic studies and sport. Part of the program at Melbourne High focusses on community service and engagement. I was surprised and pleased when Joe,...

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Henley on the Yarra – 2017

Joe and the boys from Melbourne High participated in the Henley on Yarra rowing competition earlier in the year which is styled on the Henley event in England. Again a stunning spectacle and this...

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Farmbot is coming to the Northern Territory

I am really excited about a plan that has been in the works for almost a year is coming to fruition. On Tuesday we will be holding our #Skills2021 event in the Northern Territory’s...

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Easter, Chillies, Frogs, Princes and Dr Who

This story is one small event that combines past and present experiences. It was part of our trip to Sydney and Canberra in Easter 2017. Many wonderful things happened along the way and they’ll...

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Joe has an eventful day, and so does Jo, our robot

Our son Joe presented his first speech as junior school captain to 700 grade 9 and 10 students at Melbourne High today which was following at lunchtime by a school evacuation when an angry...

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Kensington in Autumn

Sunday was a deceptively warm day. Autumn was definitely here because the red and orange hues had already replaced the green of the leaves in the park. The familiar sound of dry leaves rustling...

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Birthdays, Boats and Botanic Gardens

Last Friday we celebrated my Mother in Law’s birthday. We started out by visiting a small Thai restaurant in Richmond before proceeding to the Melbourne Royal Botanical Gardens. Firstly – the restaurant… Located in a...

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