Zack was the lead guitarist in the metal band Flem, of late eighties Cambridge fame…
Jessica brews her own beer – most recently a honey cream lager
Easter is Vanesa’s least favourite holiday due to the European pagan fertility ritual her family participate in called “Polievačka”
Kylie is a self-professed chocoholic
Oli speaks English with a French accent. He and his wife were in love at first sight in China 30 years ago
Sharon has had a star-studded year meeting Florence Welsh, Royal Blood and Blur in Byron Bay and Ed Sheeran while walking home before seeing him in concert later that night.
Despite having sailed for most of her life, Kate met her husband (who is in the Merchant Navy) while on a sinking boat on Sydney Harbour.
Monier is a self- confessed Parramatta Eels Tragic!
Richard once had a judo contest with Brian Jacks of ‘Superstars’ fame, the former Olympic, World, European and GB judo legend…
(No need to ask who won).
David claims to have the largest hand made collection of pocket squares in the Southern Hemisphere
Jane's 23rd Great Grandfather was the King of the last Dynasty in Korea.
Otto’s African name is Shimani, which means ‘lucky boy’
Rik claims to be the one and only inventor of the Cup-of-Cheeso
Tim owns a pet fish named Carrie Fisher
Wanhong is Chinese and has 6 siblings; despite the fact that China has a one-child policy.
Ricky was destined to be an Architect as his mum is an architect and his dad is a structural engineer
Shaunagh's Grandfather, Maurice Mc Carten trained a horse called Delta that won the Melbourne Cup in 1951.
Wenda has a twin brother born 4 minutes before her however they are complete opposites.
Minkyu often entertains the office with desk top percussion and guitar
Lara could have been kindergarten sprint champion but she ran back to pick up her shoe.
Ian held (and possibly still holds) a district record for lowest bowling average in under 13's cricket. He has found the glory of this record has over-sailed all his other life achievements, few though they may be.