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Early line-up of The Spinning Wheels. L-R: Glen Sievers, Don Hirst, Graham Lord, Rod Turnbull, Mike Perrin.

Early line-up of The Spinning Wheels. L-R: Glen Sievers, Don Hirst, Graham Lord, Rod Turnbull, Mike Perrin.

"Beds Are Burning" is a 1987 worldwide hit single by Australian rock band 'Midnight Oil', the first track from their album 'Diesel and Dust'.

Midnight Oil were an Australian rock band originally performing as Farm from 1972 with drummer Rob Hirst, bass guitarist Andrew James and keyboard player/lead guitarist Jim Moginie.

THE BACKSLIDERS LIVE AT THE BASEMENT

The backsliders featuring Rob Hirst performing Smokestack Lightning

Will abolishing the carbon tax reduce power bills? - Fact Check - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Will abolishing the carbon tax reduce power bills?

Closing The Gap: Gains made in Indigenous education, unemployment divide widens - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

My Place in Space by Robin Hirst, Sally Hirst, Roland Harvey and Joe Levine. Australian Picture Book. Age 5+. Henry and his sister Rosie know exactly where  they live - and not just the street, the town and the country. They know their  place in space. This is a great introduction to astronomy and the universe for all  ages.

My Place in Space - book by Robin & Sally Hirst. A great introduction to the idea of location in the universe

Midnight Oil were an influential alternative rock band formed in Sydney, Australia in 1976. The band originally formed as “Farm” in 1972. The band is best known for their political activism and environmentalism and their 1987 worldwide hit single “Beds Are Burning”. For most of their career, the band consisted of Peter Garrett (vocals), Jim Moginie (guitar, keyboards), Martin Rotsey (guitar), Bones Hillman (bass, vocals) and Rob Hirst (drums).

Midnight Oil Australian / can even glare with eyes closed (middle)

Peter Garrett and Rob Hirst Midnight Oils at the Mawson Hotel about 1978 getting serious.

Peter Garrett and Rob Hirst Midnight Oils at the Mawson Hotel about 1978 getting serious.

Midnight Oil Rob Hirst Peter Garrett Martin Rotsey Jim Moginie  Peter Gifford

Midnight Oil Rob Hirst Peter Garrett Martin Rotsey Jim Moginie Peter Gifford

Midnight Oil at Manly Flicks in 1978

Midnight Oil with Rob Hirst on the drums at Manly Flicks in

Early line-up of The Spinning Wheels. L-R: Glen Sievers, Don Hirst, Graham Lord, Rod Turnbull, Mike Perrin.

Early line-up of The Spinning Wheels. L-R: Glen Sievers, Don Hirst, Graham Lord, Rod Turnbull, Mike Perrin.

You have to love the way Australians come together to help each other out ○ and here Australian musicians ○ via Vanessa Peterson who works tirelessly to raise awareness and support for our farmers for our environment ○ and for us ○ a thank you seems so inadequate. PLEASE SHARE xx

Music video by O'Shea performing The Truth Walks Slowly (In the Countryside). (C) 2016 O'Shea under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment Australia P.

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The Most Loved British Gay Celebrities

Rugby League's Keegan Hirst joins this growing list of openly gay sportsmen

The sails of the iconic Opera House were an eyeful of bright colours...

The Sydney opera house has a series of video displays on it, from 59 Productions, the video designers who worked on the 2012 London Olympics.

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