Richard and Cheryl speak to Sydney Cognitive’s fortnightly podcast, Nerve, about a rare disease called PCA or posterior cortical atrophy, the long struggle for diagnosis, and what this means for everyday life and love.
In May 2018, Richard and Cheryl attended an exhibition to support Jimmy Pompey – an Indigenous artist from the APY Lands of Australia, where the Indulkana Weather Station is located.
Celebrating Living History is an online social gathering that shares stories, tales and lives across generations, bringing history to life. Richard Kuipers gave his story. Visit the link here. You seem to be a man with many hats, what inspires you to [...]
Richard Kuipers attended the Dutch King’s Birthday Celebrations in Sydney in May 2018. It was fantastic to see TMAAT recognised so well in the community… it was the sponsor who received the loudest and heartiest applause. Richard’s networking skills were [...]
Richard and Cheryl’s journey began at sea. Their chance meeting over a game of bridge at sea turned ripples into waves. Over 40 years later, their voyage continues with some extra passengers…
Last Friday I turned 70 and now I’m an elder I’d like to tell you a bit about Holland, the land of my birth. They say when you get old you go back to childhood memories. Here it is then! [...]
What is your wow factor in life? For me, and I’m sure I’m not alone here, the really big one is having my family all getting together – all 12 of us. Young and old, big and small – all three generations. Our 5 little grand children are the biggest bonus.
Two Men and a Truck sponsored the entry of a Dutch team from Delft University for the 2015 World Solar Challenge. This was to be the first interstate removal of goods by an entirely solar powered vehicle, and continues the environmental initiatives of the company’s Moving Together program.