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  • Flags at half-mast: A time honoured tradition

    Flags at half-mast: A time honoured tradition

    October 3, 2018

    Almost everyone, young and old, knows what the sight of a flag flown at half-mast is. But few know why such a tradition exists, and why it has become a universally recognised symbol of grief, loss and sole...Read more

  • Banners & Flags in Sport: A Brief History

    Banners & Flags in Sport: A Brief History

    July 19, 2018

    No one truly knows exactly when the first flag was flown in an actual sporting event. Flags have a long history, and in the early years, they were used as field signs or standards, which were used in warfa...Read more

  • Lest We Forget: Commemorating our servicemen and women

    Lest We Forget: Commemorating our servicemen and women

    April 4, 2018

    ANZAC Day is just around the corner, and as the nation prepares to remember the men, women, and animals that served in WWI in any capacity, as well as those who have bravely protected our country in the ce...Read more

  • The origin of Easter: From paganism to christianity, and 19th century commercialisation

    The origin of Easter: From paganism to christianity, and 19th century commercialisation

    March 6, 2018

    Have you ever wondered why we celebrate Easter? Most people recognise it as a Christian holiday marking the resurrection of Christ, but this tradition has roots that were planted long before the emergence ...Read more

  • Cupid’s Arrow: The angel behind the holiday

    Cupid’s Arrow: The angel behind the holiday

    February 6, 2018

    It might be widely recognised as the most romantic day of the year, but Valentine’s Day wasn’t always the gift-giving celebration of love that we all know and love. In fact, if any of the legends behin...Read more

  • Australia Day: Celebrating a nation

    Australia Day: Celebrating a nation

    January 2, 2018

    Despite its relatively short history as a federated nation, Australia has been a known and occupied country for thousands of years. In fact, to tell the story of Australia Day, we must first trace our root...Read more

  • New Year’s Celebrations from across history

    New Year’s Celebrations from across history

    December 6, 2017

    Different civilisations from across the globe have been celebrating the New Year for at least four millennia. Today, for the most part, the New Year is celebrated on New Year’s Eve, which marks the end ...Read more

  • The true tale of Christmas

    The true tale of Christmas

    November 2, 2017

    In Australia, Christmas is associated with the blazing heat of summer, the smell of meat cooking on the barbecue and backyard cricket – among other things. However, the festive season looks very differe...Read more

  • The history behind the race that stops the nation

    The history behind the race that stops the nation

    October 6, 2017

    Come 3.00 pm AEST on the first Tuesday in November, the whole nation will come together to watch one of the world’s most famous horse races – The Melbourne Cup! Renowned for the racing, the fashion, t...Read more

  • Gearing up for the AFL Grand Final

    Gearing up for the AFL Grand Final

    September 14, 2017

    Come Saturday, September 30, footy fans from across Australia will flock to the MCG in Victoria, or pile into their local sports bars and pubs to watch the ultimate decider in the AFL calendar – the 2017...Read more

  • How to celebrate Oktoberfest 2017

    How to celebrate Oktoberfest 2017

    August 11, 2017

    Every year in September and October, tourists from all over the world flood into Munich in Germany to enjoy their annual Oktoberfest celebrations. Cities across the world, even as far away from Germany as ...Read more

  • NAIDOC 2017 – ‘Our Languages Matter’

    NAIDOC 2017 – ‘Our Languages Matter’

    June 28, 2017

    In the first week of July each year, Australia celebrates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, cultures and communities, while acknowledging the valuable contributions they have made to our count...Read more

  • Star Spangled Banners

    Star Spangled Banners

    June 28, 2017

    Next week America and her citizens from across the globe will be celebrating the 4th of July, also known as Independence Day. The 4th of July has been a federal holiday in the United States since 19...Read more

  • A Royal celebration for the Commonwealth

    A Royal celebration for the Commonwealth

    April 27, 2017

    In 2016, Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her milestone 90th birthday, and now Australia is gearing up to celebrate her 91st birthday in true royal style. Born on April 21, 1926, Queen Elizabeth II spends ...Read more

  • The Knights of Gallipoli: Remembering our Anzacs

    The Knights of Gallipoli: Remembering our Anzacs

    April 13, 2017

    More than a century after Australian and New Zealand forces first landed on the shores of Gallipoli, people from across Australia still gather to remember the brave efforts of the fine men and women who fo...Read more

  • Creating a business banner: How do you make it really pop out?

    Creating a business banner: How do you make it really pop out?

    April 12, 2017

    There are many scenarios where you would need to create a banner for your business. Examples of this include when you are starting a new business, as well as when you want to advertise something new about ...Read more

  • What you need to know about PVC Banners

    What you need to know about PVC Banners

    April 12, 2017

    Firstly, PVC banners are everywhere and can be found in various places which include sporting, school and corporate events. These banners are well-received which is due to them being an affordable and dura...Read more

  • Printed guides while in the Digital Era

    Printed guides while in the Digital Era

    April 5, 2016

    Right before the inception of technological know-how as well as the digital age, the whole world population relied on printed material for related information and amusement. A look at historical past revea...Read more

  • There will be a few sore heads around today after the St Paddy’s Celebrations!

    There will be a few sore heads around today after the St Paddy’s Celebrations!

    March 18, 2016

    This Week Tudor House Has Been Busy Making Sewn Irish Flags For The Occasion. Tudor House Has Been Manufacturing Sewn Flags In Our Victoria Park Store For Over 50 Years! #WAOwnedProudofit ...Read more

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