THE accents are broad Australian, and a few Afghan knick-knacks hang on the walls. But a signal that this hut is a military crossroads is the small poster pinned among the wall maps - a languid, cigar-smoking Che Guevara.
Tony Sernack has long wanted to experience and photograph life in Cuba - but particularly to see how the world's most famous cigars are made. "Every tobacco leaf in every cigar is handled about 150 times. Is there a more labour-intensive industry?"
MANY of you will be wondering what to make of the jumble of pen-giving and wanton rug-love that emerged from the tabling of the register of members' interests in the House of Representatives on Monday. Here I provide a quick and reasonably prejudiced guide to interpreting the gifts.