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Win a copy of “The 65-Storey Treehouse”

  Is there a word that you think is just waiting to be discovered? Words such as “coworking” that Doug thinks means “working for yourself, but not by yourself” or “fundependent” that Chetna thinks means “A girl who is a great … Continued
Andy's books

Thank You Andy Griffiths

Author and Own A Word Ambassador Andy Griffiths has sent several sets of his entire Treehouse series books for the children in disadvantaged communities we support. What a wonderful gesture! He may be madly busy touring the country promoting his latest … Continued
Joe Hildebrand Costings

Joe’s Word on the Election: Costings

– Joe Hildebrand Well, here we are at last, the moment we’ve all been waiting for: The final Election Word of the Week. And of course there is only one word that befits the last week of any election campaign: “Costings”. … Continued
Emma Delicious collage

Author Emma Bowd’s word: Delicious

Author Emma Bowd bought the word “delicious” from us. We asked her why. “Because as an author, the word “delicious” best describes how I feel about words,” she said. “I think words are absolutely mouth-wateringly scrumptiously delicious”. Here’s another connection beween Emma … Continued
Joe Hildebrand Medicare

Joe’s Word on the Election: Medicare

– Joe Hildebrand Well you’d think after letting me host an election debate the powers that be would just call the whole thing off but no: Apparently we all still have to suffer right up until the bitter end. Owing … Continued
horizons

Ardoch’s word of the week: Horizon

Horizon noun The line or circle which forms the apparent boundary between earth and sky (apparent horizon or visible horizon) The word horizon is very important to us at Ardoch because it lies at the heart of the work we … Continued
Joe Hildebrand spendometer

Joe’s Word on the Election: spendometer

– By Joe Hildebrand The word of the week for week 3 of the Federal election can only be one word this week and that word of the week is: Spendometer. The primary problem with “Spendometer” is that no one seems to … Continued
Emma Bowd on Delicious

Author Emma Bowd’s word: Delicious

Author Emma Bowd bought the word “delicious” from us. We asked her why. Because as an author, she says, the word “delicious” best describes how she feels about words. She thinks words are absolutely mouth-wateringly scrumptiously “delicious”. Here’s another connection … Continued