FOLLOW GRUBSHEET ON FACEBOOK
REGISTER FOR EMAIL UPDATES
Grubsheet Feejee is the blogsite of Graham Davis, a dual Fijian-Australian national working as an independent media professional in both countries.
He hosts The Great Divide, a weekly political discussion program on the Southern Cross Austereo television network in Australia, is a regional advisor to Qorvis - the global US communications giant - and writes opinion for Fiji's biggest selling newspaper, the Fiji Sun.
Graham has had a four decade-long career in the mainstream media in Britain, Australia and Fiji. He has reported for the BBC, ABC, SBS and the Nine and Seven networks and written for a range of newspapers and magazines in Australia, New Zealand and Fiji. His multiple awards include Walkley and Logie Awards in Australia and a New York Festivals medal in the United States.
Graham is broadly supportive of the Bainimarama Government's multiracial agenda but invites comments from people of all political persuasions.Please don't label your return volley "anonymous". Give yourself a name or pseudonym so that readers can track your progress over time.
Feejee is the original name for Fiji - a derivative of the indigenous Viti and the Tongan Fisi - and was widely used until the late 19th century.
RECENT COMMENTS ON GRUBSHEET
Posted on April 16, 2011 | 4 CommentsControversy invariably dogs Australia’s most celebrated art award – The Archibald Prize for portraiture – and fortunately for those of us who love a good artistic stoush, this year is no exception. As the hordes descend on the Art Gallery of New South Wales this weekend for the usually suffocating launch of the Archibald Exhibition, all eyes will be on...
Posted on March 14, 2011 | 1 CommentThe delicate, bespectacled visage of Yves Saint Laurent is one of the most memorable and celebrated images in the world of fashion. The Algerian-born French designer was a tortured genius, his creative life punctuated by periods of intense depression and substance abuse. But at its core was an enduring relationship with Pierre Berger, his one-time lover and business manager, who...
Posted on February 23, 2011 | 1 CommentThere’s something especially cruel about the New Zealand earthquake, which has flattened much of central Christchurch and looks increasingly certain to be the worst in the country’s history. To have been struck a mortal blow not once but twice in the space of six months must make the stricken residents of the city named for its churches feel more like...