Mick Colliss’s tale of mateship, creative thinking and sudoku will leave you breathless with laughter.
This is the story of Mick Colliss, a man who desperately wanted to play Rugby for Australia, and represent his country. After failing at numerous attempts to gain any notice at Rugby, as well as the various other sports and hobbies he tried, it was quite by chance that he came across a puzzle that had international followers and which might provide him with a chance to represent his country - sudoku. Against all odds (and without any idea of how to actually play the game), Mick and his friends became Australian Champions… well sort of!
Widely known for his role as International Affairs Expert on Channel Seven’s ‘Sunrise’ program, Keith has gathered a wealth of kno
Dr Keith Suter is a progressive and insightful thinker with many interests, notably in the areas of society and international affairs. He holds two doctorates and is well on his way to achieving a third. Keith can frequently be heard discussing politics and international affairs on radio and television. He’s also a member of the prestigious ‘Club of Rome,’ whose members share a common concern for the future of humanity and the planet.
Paul Hockey is determined that nothing will stop him – not even the cliffs near the summit on the north face of Everest, and certa
Paul Hockey was born with cancer and his right arm was amputated when he was just three weeks old. Despite this, he became a martial arts expert and mountain climber, determined to reach the summit of Everest. On his first attempt, he was forced to turn back 100 metres from the summit, but he tried again a year and managed to succeed. His story is one of overcoming all obstacles and allowing nothing to stand in your way.
Tony Wilson is a broadcaster, TV presenter, ex-lawyer and successful author who just happens to be hilarious, and world traveller
Tony Wilson is a broadcaster, television presenter and author as well as being a former lawyer and former footballer. After winning the ABC’s Race Around the World, Tony became the co-host of the 3RRR show The Breakfasters. This in turn led to other work, including television appearances and on radio. His books have been very successful, with his first novel earning him the accolade “Best Young Australian Novelist 2006” from the Sydney Morning Herald. The easy banter and humorous off-the-cuff style honed in radio and on television has been perfect training for Tony’s speaking work, and he has become a popular choice for conferences, panels, festivals and dinners.
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