LGAQ CEO is not The Godfather!

LGAQ CEO not The Godfather

LGAQ CEO no Al Capone Public life in Queensland is a long way from the streets of Chicago in the 1930s. However, Queensland Local Government Association (LGAQ) CEO Greg Hallam is determined to show that he is no Aussie Al Capone.  It’s hard to know what world one would need to inhabit to believe the… Continue reading LGAQ CEO is not The Godfather!

Sweet Potatoes Feed Tropical Gardeners

Introducing Sweet Potatoes Sweet potatoes (Ipomoea batatas) belong to the bindweed or morning glory family of plant. This large, starchy, sweet-tasting, tuber has to be one of the very easiest vegetables to grow in the tropics. Cultivars of the sweet potato have been bred to bear tubers with flesh and skin of various colours. Darker coloured sweet potatoes are referred to… Continue reading Sweet Potatoes Feed Tropical Gardeners

Paw paw is yummy and loves the Tropics

paw paw fruit

Introducing Paw Paw With the botanical name Carica papaya, this plant is known as papaya in most of the world. However, in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa papaya only refers to the red fleshed version of the fruit. The yellow fleshed version is known as paw paw. Paw paw is technically a tree shaped herb.… Continue reading Paw paw is yummy and loves the Tropics