Murchison fails in sphere attempt, possible sombrero toggle outcome

By Paolo Zupp Melissa Murchison, 9, of Parramatta Park, has failed in her attempt to sculpt a perfect alfoil ball. Since her brother, Mitchell, achieved the feat in 2017, Melissa, along with thousands of other children, have been attempting to replicate it. None of them have met with success. Miss Murchison has been accused ofContinue reading “Murchison fails in sphere attempt, possible sombrero toggle outcome”

Mitchell rolls perfect alfoil sphere; might make toggle

By Murray Murchison Parramatta Park boy, Mitchell Murchison, has rolled a perfect sphere made of alfoil (pictured above). The piece of alfoil originally contained some dried apricots that had been packed in Mitchell’s lunchbox. Upon finishing his lunch, Mitchell then sculpted the alfoil into a perfect sphere (above). “I just scrunched it up,” said Mitchell.Continue reading “Mitchell rolls perfect alfoil sphere; might make toggle”

Mexican millinery for the munchkins

By Heather Luck The second week of school has begun in Cairns, and the sombrero amnesty period is over, with the head-wear compulsorily required from today for primary school students. Denzel Matterson (above), year-two student at Mother of Good Counsel, loves his new look. “I think I look really cool,” said Denzel. “It is aContinue reading “Mexican millinery for the munchkins”