By Chief Advocate Ian Henschke
It’s Sunday afternoon in a quiet suburb of Adelaide. The invitation says the party starts at 2pm and finishes at 5pm.
We turn into the street just after two and it’s already in full swing. Cars are lining both sides of the road. We have to park half a block away. People are walking from all directions up to a house with balloons on the gate.
I thought it might be a big show but I had no idea just how many people would be there. I’ve been to eighteenths and twenty-firsts, and fortieths and fiftieths where there have been crowds of people,... Read More