[Update - 21 August, 2012] We’ve just been informed that as well as the change in size to the Paddle Pop, Streets have also just announced that the banana flavour recipe has changed. According to Streets, it’s for nutritional reasons: vegetable oil is gone from the ingredients, and the Paddle Pops now contain about 27% [...]
The Latest Nostalgia in Throwback Thursday
Every Thursday, we write about something in Australian film, tv, food, books or culture that reminds us of when we were growing up. Whether it’s something we enjoyed at the milk bar on our way home from school in the 80′s or something we watched on ABC for kids, we keep it here so we can be transported back home – if only for a few minutes.
If you have something you think should be included in Throwback Thursday, feel free to contact us with your suggestion.
This week’s Throwback Thursday is dedicated to the red noses ourselves, our cars and buildings wore ever since Red Nose Day began in 1988. A fundraiser for research into Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), every year on the last Friday in June Australians have raised money by looking ridiculous – but for a good cause. [...]
The recent passing of American author Maurice Sendak elicited mourning from adults the world over. Where the Wild Things Are was a beautiful children’s book, one which I certainly appreciated while growing up. But Sendak’s loss also caused a yearning for some of the quintessentially Australian children’s books I grew up with.