All posts by "Sean Downie"

A loser taken under the wing by the team at The Camberwellian; intially his duties involved running errands and cleaning the toilet. Showing what can be achieved through perseverance and determination, he gained the trust of management and was made part of the writing team as well as continuing with his errand running and toilet cleaning.

By showing off a multitude of silverware in their window,  a local dance school has made a Camberwell native confront his fears about dancing, despite serious misgivings caused by a ...

After Coles bombardment during the Big Bash League with Merv Hughes at a BBQ espousing the merits of their cheap sausages in between a slice of bread – “Some call ...

Overeating, overspending and lack of exercise has left many of the residents of Camberwell with a feeling of guilt and shame, as they look at their exploding waistlines brought on ...

With Christmas fast approaching there will be an increase in the amount of activities related  to the holiday season. Many of these are recognised health dangers such as binge eating, ...

In a despicable oversight, the powers that be in our humble shire have let the glory of the Camberwell Civic Centre sign go to seed. As the summer arrives, the ...

In joyous news for the entire population of the world, renowned Deakin University has confirmed what many people suspected – stuffing yourself with chocolate is perfectly fine and helps with ...

A poster in a local car park is luring in males to entertainment that is not in keeping with the high standards demanded of the citizens Camberwell. “Schnitzel ’n’ Tits” ...

A tourist from London is in a serious but stable condition after suffering a heart attack brought on by the unnatural friendliness of a Coles shop assistant in The Well. ...

An ingenious new development – Supa-Bungee – has arrived in Camberwell bringing much needed light relief from the everyday humdrum.  “It was my idea actually,” says Bruce a construction worker, “I ...

A man cleaning off graffiti at Camberwell train station has made a suggestion that could save the Australian government millions in advertising and recruiting. When questioned how to stop graffiti ...

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