Welcoming the Abbott Government’s scheme for more accountability in Australia’s aid spending overseas, Paul McMahon praises the theory, but wonders if it’ll work in practice.
In today’s TBS #travelogue, Paul McMahon offers us all 10 foolproof ideas to not only keep us in the travel game, but in control our travel destiny.
In a country where ‘life wasn’t meant to be easy’, Paul McMahon finds the issue of refugees very easy to understand but overly complicated by politicians and the media.
Paul McMahon wants to personally ask Tony Abbott to make clear decisions about the removal of citizenship for foreign fighters before more Australians are lost forever.
Paul McMahon tells TBS Travelogue readers just how lucky we are to possess an Australian passport, telling tales of his time in Columbia observing just how disparate rights to travel can be.
Beth Cooper-Wares may be wheelchair bound with a rare disease, but this isn’t going to stop her wheeling her way around the globe to fulfill a rather long bucket list. An 11-year-old Stanwell Park student has devised her very own bucket list, including everything from cycling through the Loire Valley to kayaking with killer whales…
Paul McMahon dares you to shelve your preconceptions, take a trip south of the border and experience Mexican food, coming soon to a suburb near you!
Paul McMahon delivers us the latest TBS #Travelogue, this time taking us to Harbin, China, where the smog and ice gave way for him to find a greater perspective on economics and success.
Paul McMahon responds to critics of youth mental health organisation Headspace, offering that time and appropriate treatment should be the backbone for Headspace moving forward.
Paul McMahon urges us to think about the meaning behind May Day, or Labour Day as it’s also known, and to consider what we might change in our jobs to better our future.