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It is inherently human to be inquisitive. 

In the event of tragedy striking this trait can be disturbing.  Some individuals may become intrusive in their thirst for knowledge and not even be aware when boundaries are crossed or limits pushed. 

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As I took my seat in the Keith Michell Theatre in Port Pirie to be part of John Pirie Secondary School’s prize presentation evening it felt like it was only yesterday I was sitting down to the presentation of awards for the 2014 cohort of JPSS students.  The year, academic or otherwise has flown.  Throughout the night there was a sense of déjà vu. 

Just before the evening’s proceedings commenced we were asked to please stand to welcome the official party which included His Excellency The Honourable Hieu Van Le AO, the Governor of South Australia and his wife Lan Le. 

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10,000 miles from Paris I walk in the shallows on a white sandy beach, the sun at my back, the breeze on my cheeks and the warm waters of Spencer Gulf lapping at my ankles. 

10,000 miles from Paris small children beachcomb with brightly coloured buckets in hand and giggle as they watch small sea creatures scurry for safety. 

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