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THE FORMER CHAMPION NETBALLER ON LOVE, GRIEF AND COURAGE DURING IVF TREATMENT

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iz Ellis felt a strong responsibility towards telling people’s stories about their “infertility journey”. “Almost to a person, they all said they wanted to tell their story to help somebody else,” Ellis says. “Writing this book totally restored my faith in human nature because you can see what the human heart is capable of.” Ellis, 45, the former Australian netball captain, is talking about her book, If At First You Don’t Conceive, a “friendly” guide to tackling infertility, based on her own experiences, those of many others who shared their stories and a range of experts. To collate the stories, Ellis put a call out on social media for people who had experienced infertility to contact her. The stories, many told over the phone, were extraordinary. “I spoke to people who had the most emotional stories. I’d often speak to people after I’d put the kids to bed and I’d be on the phone,

them, their five-year struggle including five rounds of IVF and miscarriages. As someone who had been “on the infertility highway without a GPS”, Ellis was in a good position to make a series of calls to people she didn’t know about a most intimate subject. And it helped to be well known. “Yes, because people trusted me,” she says. “I cold-called IVF specialists and obstetricians, and when they knew who I was they were happy to sit and chat.” Her social media reach of 22,000 followers was useful, too. Asking strangers about difficult topics such as infertility and miscarriage was daunting. “There are no words to talk about the grief like that. If someone’s father dies, you know the words. If you have an IVF transfer and there’s nothing there, what are the words to talk about the grief for something that never was?”

“I want people to talk about it because there is a stigma attached to it a little bit around what’s not working, whose fault is it. Forget the fault, forget not working; this is what you’re going through.” – LIZ ELLIS

tapping away, bawling my eyes out because their stories were amazing. “To see what people are prepared to do for love is amazing, either because they love their partner or they want a family to love.” Ellis lives with husband Matthew Stocks and their two children – Evelyn, six, and Austin, two, on a 64-hectare cattle farm near Byron Bay. “We have a very gentle life; the kids have all the freedom in the world. They spend a lot of time muddy, I spend a lot of time hosing them down … they are my world.” Her book is a story of love and resilience. “I spoke to a woman who went through 19 rounds of IVF to get her twin boys. She miscarried twins at 20 weeks after 12 rounds and her story of having to give birth and seeing her husband talk to these dead babies … I get emotional thinking about that conversation. She was so resilient, so determined that she was going to have her family.” Ellis notes that one in six couples in Australia is affected by infertility. She and Stocks were one of

She says there remains a stigma. “I want people to talk about it because there is a stigma attached to it a little bit around what’s not working, whose fault is it. Forget the fault, forget not working; this is what you’re going through.” But people were relieved to tell their story. “A number hadn’t told their story before, particularly men. Infertility is not [only] a women’s issue. It’s equal male-andfemale factors.” Ellis says women and men approach the journey in different ways. “A lot of women I spoke to still felt like it affected their femininity, that the biological reason for me to be here is to reproduce, regardless of career,” she says. “When you want that baby, you want that baby. It was a hard thing for women to get their head around. But women are more able to talk about it. They confide in their friends; they’re used to having that conversation with people.” She says getting men to talk about it was difficult. “They didn’t want to talk to me about it because

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there’s a stigma to infertility, around feeling emasculated … that you’re not as masculine as the bloke who’s got a great sperm count. My husband got his sperm count back and they said ‘you’ve got A-grade sperm’ and he was like ‘I’ve got excellent sperm!’ It’s such a pride thing.” She says the sense of relief when men did address it was “almost palpable”. “I spoke to a man who said he found it really hard dealing with his infertility … they used donor sperm, but when the baby came out that baby was his. He was so emotional in the telling of it, you couldn’t help get caught up in that emotion.” Ellis says it’s a story about love – wanting to share love with a child and the rocky road towards that quest, including the pressure on relationships. “My conclusion is that infertility treatment will exacerbate what is already there. So if you have a relationship that is strong but you need to communicate better, fertility treatment magnifies that and shows you must communicate. If you have a relationship that is rocky to start with, then infertility will absolutely tear that apart.” Ellis was impressed with the courage of people who shared their stories. “One woman said ‘I want my story to be a beacon for other women’. She gave me lots of notes and someone else gave her diary; very personal. I felt the reason they were giving me their story was to light the way for others.” IF AT FIRST YOU DON’T CONCEIVE \ By Liz Ellis $34.99 ● panmacmillan.com.au

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he bank guy was round at our house, sitting at the dining table, telling us about our finances. He gave us good news so we pushed a little plate of Scotch Finger biscuits towards him as a gesture of appreciation. Then he told us the bad news so we slid the plate of biscuits away. It was just your typical dining-table, biscuitsliding, bank-guy, morning chitchat – and then right in the middle of it, we heard a snorty, snouty, snrrrrrrrrkkkkk vibrating from the nearby bathroom. Followed by a growly, guttural, achhh-achhhh-achhhh. A medley of greatest hits from legendary indie band Teenage Son and The Phlegm-Summoners. Anyone who has a teenage son knows they collect a tremendous amount of goop in their sinal cavities – it’s either hormonal or they shove it up there as some kind of fashion thing. And unfortunately we have a bathroom that’s butted right up

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against our dining area – which is not so great if you’ve got people over and everyone has to sit at the dining table politely, listening to something that sounds like raw meat being sucked through a bong (Kids try all kinds of stuff; you just don’t know). Whoever designed our house was a monumental twit! Bathrooms and dining rooms involve opposite ends of the eating spectrum and do not belong together. But there’s nothing we can do about it: we’ve tried soundproofing the bathroom with cork tiles, but it just made it look like a scungy inner-city recording studio with a soap dish. We’ve tried replacing the thin, hollow bathroom door with a super-heavy, super-thick one, but the sound still leaked

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through – and now it takes two people to open it. We even considered soundproofing our son, double-glazing his nasal passages and siliconesealing his sinuses, but we couldn’t find a tradie who’d do the job, not even on Airtasker. So any time there’s people around, and someone needs to use the bathroom, my wife and I must initiate our Emergency Bathroom-Noise-Muffling Procedure. First we try talking loud and fast. If that doesn’t work, we turn the stereo up. If it’s still bad, I get the blender and crush ice at the table then ask if anyone’s in the mood for a daiquiri. Thankfully the bank guy was in the mood. I made him a small one. Without the maraschino liqueur. ●


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ohn Bailey is a broken man. After one too many shaves with death as a war correspondent in Iraq, Bailey finds himself back in Sydney as a 53-year-old police reporter, drinking to forget. Dispatched to cover an inner-city murder, Bailey stumbles onto a plot that extends all the way to the corridors of power in Canberra and catapults our jaded hero into a world of trouble. Tim Ayliffe’s debut novel is a crime thriller with the lot: murder, deceit, corruption and a hint of romance. The ABC journalist (full disclosure: he’s a colleague and friend who’s told tall tales for years) has a reporter’s eye for detail. Drawing on his extensive experience, Ayliffe takes you deep inside the worlds of politics and the media, with a heavy dose of international intrigue thrown in. Chasing the story, Bailey has to confront shady police, scheming politicians, Chinese spies and haunting flashbacks to Fallujah. Helping him out is old CIA hand Ronnie Johnson, who has mysteriously popped up in Sydney. A man well versed in the black arts, Ronnie ‘had never killed anyone who hadn’t deserved it’. Sprinkled through the book are Ayliffe’s dry observations on the media (the radio shock jocks who are ‘inflammatory morons masquerading as journalists’) and, in a line that will have all of Melbourne cheering, a frustrated Bailey laments Sydney turning into a ‘bullshitter’s paradise’. ●

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In the heart of Carlton, Saint Michael the Archangel Mausoleum presents one of the last opportunities to purchase at the iconic Melbourne General Cemetery. With a stunning interior that includes expansive skylights, intricate mosaics and a specially commissioned statue of the beloved Saint Michael the Archangel, this is an opportunity not to be missed.

Nel cuore di Carlton, il Mausoleo di S.Michele Arcangelo offre una delle ultime occasioni di acquisto nell’iconico Cimitero Generale di Melbourne. Con un interno stupendo che comprende vasti lucernari, intricati mosaici e una statua dell’amato S.Michele Arcangelo commissionata apposta, questa é un’occasione da non perdere.

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S P O R T \ Santo, Sam and Ed’s Total Football Podcast is one for soccer fans. The trio – Santo Cilauro, Ed Kavalee and Sam Pang – include plenty of humour, and regularly feature interviews with players and sports reporters, even comedians. Episodes can drop multiple times a week, or sometimes a little more sporadically. You may also like: The Outer Sanctum, Titus and Sergio’s Variety Hour, This Week in League NRL

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S T O RY T E L LI N G \ Like an audio-only version of Australian Story, The Real Thing shares tales that are simultaneously ordinary and extraordinary, from a wide variety of Australians. This ABC podcast has snack-sized episodes that range from tracking down an actor from a cult ’90s kids’ TV show to a series on locals from the predominantly indigenous town of Wilcannia in New South Wales. You may also like: Spun, All the Best

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H U M O U R \ Writer Rosie Waterland published her memoir, The Anti-Cool Girl, in 2015. The darkly humorous book grapples with topics such as addiction, eating disorders, death and mental illness, and provided the premise for Waterland’s 2017 podcast, Mum Says My Memoir is a Lie. In the 22-episode series, Waterland and her mother debate the memoir together, and, like some of the best comedy, it blends humour with deeper meaning. You may also like: The Betoota Advocate, I Love Green Guide Letters PA R E N TI N G \ Sophie Harper is a documentary filmmaker who always wanted to be a mum. In her late 30s, she became a mother via artificial

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hen Channel Ten pulled the pin on Talkin’ ’Bout Your Generation in 2012, the TV landscape became bleaker in the absence of Shaun Micallef and co. exploring intergenerational difference from the Baby Boomers through to Generation X. Happily, the show’s jumped ship with a revival on the Nine Network, with a few tweaks. For a start, the Boomers have been ditched, with the elder generation being represented by Gen Xer, writer, comedian and actress Robyn Butler, funny dude

Andy Lee (the Andy half of Hamish & Andy) captaining Gen Y, and actor Laurence Boxhall heading up the first-time inclusion of Gen Z. While a lot’s been made of the generational shake-up, Butler isn’t convinced it changes the flavour of the show. “My team fills the same role as Amanda’s team [Amanda Keller previously captained the Boomers],” she says. “We still have the slightly world-weary, ‘you know nothing’ attitude towards the others. It’s the same DNA of human beings travelling through time, no

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Like, come on, lighten up everybody. “Upper Middle Bogan is a very happy show. Little Lunch, our kid’s show, is a very happy show. It’s not to say that either of them are without

satire, but they certainly come from a place of hope. At this point in time we live in a funny old world: antagonist, human, disparate, and people are at odds. “In contrast, Talkin’ ’Bout Your Generation feels like fun, and I’m going with fun options.” All of that said, it is unusual for Butler to be working on a project sans hubby Hope. Is she going to miss him? “No. I’m contractually obliged to work with him on a 24/7 basis anyway. There is no escape. I’ve tried. I’ve looked at all the loopholes and, apparently, I can’t get out of it.” ● ● Talkin’ ’Bout Your Generation launches May 21 at 7.30pm on Nine.

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Great expectations THE DRIVING FORCE BEHIND TALENTED TEEN ACHIEVERS what you like, but promising up-and-comers like Hipworth have the world at their feet. Talented and driven, these teens juggle the demands of their studies with the push of their ambition. It could be said that Matthew Sutton has been kicking goals all his life. But these days, he spends a lot of time stopping them. The 17-year-old goalkeeper is one of the newest and youngest recruits at A-League soccer club Melbourne Victory.

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organ Hipworth is living proof of the fierce entrepreneurial spirit of Generation Z. For Hipworth, the humble doughnut represents the life’s endless possibilities. The 17-year-old has created more than 2000 Instagramfriendly varieties of the sweet treat for his Windsor cafe, Bistro Morgan. Currently, his favourite is a doughnut called The Cookie Monster. “It’s filled with cake batter, then it’s got white chocolate, Oreo chunks, some colourful sprinkles and confetti, and cookies and cream chocolate,” he says. This week, the year 12 student fronted five of Australia’s savviest investors when he appeared on the new season premiere of Channel Ten’s Shark Tank (Tuesdays, 8.30pm). He asked them to make a $200,000 investment in return for a 20 per cent stake in his burgeoning business. “Wanting to go sort of full time into the business and not necessarily having a full-on plan of where I wanted to go, I thought it’d be cool to get that expertise,” he says. “It wasn’t, for me, necessarily about the money. It’s never been. It’s just about doing what you love. “I thought being able to get that experience and expertise with someone who’s done it all before would be really, really valuable.” Hipworth received four offers, three of them from Boost Juice founder Janine Allis, but declined them all. At the end of the negotiations, Allis agreed to mentor Hipworth without payment. “It was an awesome outcome and I’ve had a couple of meetings with Janine since,” he says. “I didn’t really want to give away more than 20 per cent of my business because I’ve worked so hard for it. “She’s a really great businesswoman, so it was awesome to make that connection. Who knows what could happen down the track?” Hipworth was just 13 he began wholesaling doughnuts to a local cafe and at 15, opened his very own cafe in Windsor. “I went into business at a young age because I was really passionate about food and cooking,” he says. “Bistro Morgan is going great, as expected from our forecast of where we should be. It definitely keeps me busy in between school and life.” And if at times the demands of running a business and completing VCE are stressful, Hipworth says he uses it as a source of motivation. “There’s so many things that motivate me, but I think one of the main things is the constant challenges that come along with running your own business. It motivates me every day to do better than the previous.” Inspiring. Overachievers. Future stars. Call them

Supreme ambition: Morgan Hipworth of Bistro Morgan, top; Melbourne Victory player Matthew Sutton, above.

His sporting prowess was spotted at 15 when he won a scholarship at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra, which meant moving from his family home in Sydney. “I really wanted to make something out of football since I was about 14 and that included many training sessions, games, lots of sacrifices,” he says. “It’s a big commitment and one of the biggest was having to move away from home and all my family and friends. But it’s something that’s not really a massive thing for me because I’m lucky enough to do something I really want to do.” Mykelti Kotzur, 16, has loved art ever since she was old enough to grasp a pencil, but she never dreamt her works would be on display at a national gallery. The Wodonga Senior Secondary College student admits there were tears of joy when her work Me, Myself, and Matryoshka was selected for the Top Arts 2018 Exhibition at the Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia. She spent 250 hours constructing the five babushka dolls that make up her artwork. Kotzur has her sights set on a career in medicine, but says art, like her determination, will always be in her life. “I’m always looking towards a goal ... even if it’s just something really small,” she says. ●

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his renovated family home sits on approximately 1163 square metres – one of Strathmore’s largest blocks – and retains space for further extension to the dwelling (subject to council approval). The sprawling two-storey floor plan encompasses two kitchens, four bedrooms, three bathrooms (one an en suite), two studies, two living and dining rooms and an outdoor entertaining area. The stylish and sleek feel of the home is conveyed in its open spaces, modern appliances and design features. The floors are mostly large, elegant tiles, while cornices give the spaces a timeless look. The original portion of the home opens with an entrance hallway, off which runs a living area and small kitchen. This section of the home also includes the main bathroom with spa bath, shower and separate powder room. In the extension is the larger, open-plan lounge, dining area and kitchen with Miele and Ilve appliances, stone benchtops and a butler’s pantry. Two sets of double doors off the open-plan area lead outdoors to the entertaining area surrounded by landscaped gardens and a spacious lawn with a shed, water tanks and irrigation system. Also included in the extension is the laundry, one of the studies and a powder room. There are four sizeable bedrooms – three with wardrobes. The main is on the upper level and features a window seat providing a view to the garden below, and an adjacent bathroom. The inclusion of another study and retreat on the upper floor gives everyone ample room to study, work and relax. Additional features include zoned ducted heatingcooling, ducted vacuum system, double-glazed windows, storeroom-cellar under the stairs, laundry, and ample space for off-street parking in the driveway (no garage). This house is within walking distance of Strathmore train station, high-performing Strathmore Secondary College and Strathmore Primary School. Bus route 501 services nearby Napier Street. There are several nearby parks and open spaces, including the bushland Napier Park, and Moonee Ponds Linear Creek Reserve that provides access to the Moonee Ponds Creek Trail. Also a stone’s throw away is Napier Street Village – home to several cafes, bakeries and other amenities. ● AMELIA BARNES property@domain.com.au

FINAL WORD “ONE OF THE LARGEST PARCELS OF SINGLE-DWELLING, COVENANT LAND IN STRATHMORE AND A HOME WITH HUGE POTENTIAL. A RARE FIND!” MATTHEW FEBEY – AGENT

AGENT \ Nelson Alexander 9379 1313 PRICE \ $2.4 million – $2.55 million AUCTION \ May 19 at 11.30am Scan the code with the Domain app to view listing

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In this refined single-storey home are suave spaces to work and relax in. The heart of the property is the open-plan zone inclusive of the kitchen with stone bench tops, sleek stainlesssteel appliances and a large pantry. This entire area is floored in timber and naturally lit by a skylight. Doors from the lounge room reveal the easily maintained backyard with a small covered and tiled area, shed and water tank. There are three bedrooms in the home. The main is close to the entry and includes a walk-in wardrobe and en suite. The study, or small sitting area, separates the main bedroom quarters from the remaining two bedrooms further down the hallway. Also off this hallway is the full-size laundry and the bathroom finished in contemporary tiling. The property adjoins its mirror with a shared wall but features its own driveway and address. Other features include ducted heating, evaporative cooling, alarm, intercom, NBN connectivity and a garage with internal access. ● AMELIA BARNES AGENT \ Barry Plant 9373 0000 PRICE \ $780,000 – $830,000 AUCTION \ May 26 at 3pm Scan the code with the Domain app to view listing

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Indoor and outdoor living are highlights of this family home. Large formal and informal living areas are served by a very smart black and white kitchen with granite benches, glass splashbacks, and Smeg and Fisher & Paykel appliances. The living room opens to a north-facing entertaining deck beautifully kitted out with a stainless-steel barbecue kitchen and pizza oven. The three bedrooms, all with built-in wardrobes, and the bathrooms are zoned to one side, and the house has heating and cooling, two fireplaces, a water tank and room for additional off-street parking. It is close to schools, transport and shopping. ● BEVERLEY JOHANSON

A tree-lined street leads to this large home on about 406 square metres with immaculate gardens. A well-designed renovation has created large, bright living areas, a decked al-fresco area and a first floor with two bedrooms, bathroom, walk-in linen closets and a storage room. The three bedrooms on the ground floor have open fireplaces, as does the formal lounge. Gleaming wooden floors, high ceilings, leadlights, cornices and chandeliers enhance the period charm. The stylish kitchen has premium appliances and there is integrated audio, an alarm system and irrigated gardens. The house is close to cafes, transport and schools. ● BEVERLEY JOHANSON

AGENT \ Nelson Alexander 9379 1313 PRICE \ $1.05 million – $1.15 million AUCTION \ May 19 at 3pm

AGENT \ Frank Dowling 9379 4833 PRICE \ $1.45 million – $1.55 million AUCTION \ May 19 at 1pm

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STRATHMORE 8 Wendora Street PERIOD PRIZE WITH DEEP DIMENSIONS

On approx 748sqm of land with scope to further expand or develop (STCA), this attractive Californian comprises 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, elegant lounge, spacious living room, open dining area & updated kitchen. Add to this heating/cooling, high ceilings, undercover entertaining deck, built-in spa, backyard garden & double garage /workshop via side driveway.

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Private Sale $1,270,000 View Thurs 5 - 5:30pm Chauntel Considine 0407 741 456 Contact Patrick Considine 0418 534 408

STRATHMORE 1/26 Streldon Avenue

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Private Sale View Saturday 10:00 - 10:30am Contact Chauntel Considine 0407 741 456 Mark Turner 0425 162 648

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This new 3BR townhouse includes bathroom and powder room, open living/dining and stone-top kitchen with Bosch appliances, heating and cooling, timber floors, double-glazed windows, north-facing terrace, courtyard and garage (r/c) with internal entry.

Feature-packed 4BR + study home includes 2 bathrooms, open living/dining and modern stonebench kitchen, additional lounge with second kitchen, heating and cooling, plus solar-heated pool, high fences for privacy and secure double carport via gated driveway.

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Private Sale View Saturday 10:30 - 11:00am Contact Chauntel Considine 0407 741 456 Mark Turner 0425 162 648

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STRATHMORE 1a Mascoma Street ORIGINAL FAMILY HOME WITH WIDE POTENTIAL

First time offered since new, this single-level 3BR weatherboard home occupies an extra-wide block (approx 22m frontage) providing a world of options to rebuild or redevelop (STCA) in a prime location opposite reserve. Land size approx 585sqm.

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