Josh Cunningham says family-like bond keeps The Waifs thriving after 25 years

Josh Leeson
Updated January 30 2019 - 4:12pm, first published September 1 2018 - 8:00am
CLOSE TIES: Josh Cunningham, centre, describes The Waifs as a family. Picture: Rob Gunstone
CLOSE TIES: Josh Cunningham, centre, describes The Waifs as a family. Picture: Rob Gunstone

ANYBODY whose family lives apart knows the importance of getting together. Those Christmas dinners, birthday lunches or other family occasions hold special meaning that cannot be valued.

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Josh Leeson

Josh Leeson

Journalist

Josh Leeson is an entertainment and features journalist, specialising in music, at the Newcastle Herald. He first joined the masthead in 2008 after stints at the Namoi Valley Independent and Port Stephens Examiner and has previously covered sport including the Asian Cup, A-League, Surfest, cricket and rugby league.

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