Neville Hiatt

Press Services International

Neville Hiatt was the 2020 Press Services International Tronson Senior Writers Award Winner for Australia. His previous posts for can be read here.

He spent a decade working for Radio Stations before his career was intermissioned by someone in a hurry to get home from work. For more of his award winning creativity visit http://nevillehiatt.com.

He also blogs for http://altcoincollege.com/covering the way cryptocurrencies and blockchain are changing our world.

  • An award winning selfie

    This selfie was intentional. This selfie was difficult. This selfie was entered into an exhibition alongside the Archibald Prize Exhibition when it toured Ballarat, Victoria. It didn’t sell, it didn’t win a prize.

  • Have we forgotten?

    The only good thing about governments making even more obviously hypocritical rules is that more people become aware how much they have been lied to.

  • Can art save lives?

    I honestly don’t know how I would have survived last year if I was locked down in a city. In the years following sliding down the highway through peak hour traffic photography has become an important part of my life.

  • Biology is Violence

    “This could never happen, said those who called my stance against Bill C16 alarmist. I read the law and saw that it was, to the contrary, inevitable.” Dr Jordan B Peterson

  • You belong in jail

    At the time of writing this a Pastor sits in a maximum security jail. No not in Iran, or China, in Canada. His alleged crime holding a church service. He could be out on bail if he agreed to not hold a church service. Based on his conviction of what the Bible says he chose to not accept that condition.

  • Be your own Moses

    For anyone who could see past the man and view the policies Donald J Trump was the best President of America in my lifetime.

  • An open letter to the residents of earth for 2021

    With so much happening in the first week of this year I was struggling with what to focus on for my first article of the year. Then I remembered my tradition of starting the year with an open letter to all. Here’s 2020’s and 2019’s if you’d like to read them.

  • How did we get here?

    “Give me just one generation of youth, and I'll transform the whole world.” ― Vladimir Lenin

  • Being an Australian Christian in 2020 continued

    Traditional ministry opportunities may have changed this year with churches being closed but I can tell you from personal experience how many hurting people there are online searching for help.

  • Being an Australian Christian in 2020

    I’ve been fascinated this year how often I see or hear things that align with what I’m writing on during the drafting process.