[BBC News] - Dorothy Robinson was born in 1912, so turns 100 on what is her 25th birthday. Ben Maeder went to meet her, and asked if, when she was a child, if she was conscious that her birthday only came once every four years. Birthday cake.
[Blackpool Gazette] - Inspired by the recent memories of social dancing in Blackpool, from reader Pauline Nicholls, Dorothy Robinson says she worked in the painting trade by day, but at night sold chocolates and ice cream at the Palace for extra money.
[Motorcyclist Magazine] - Katherine Terry is up from Ottawa, Ill., for her first try and Dorothy Robinson of Saginaw was up last year and is considered an old-timer. She has to ride “A” this year. Where are all these male “cream-puffs” that are always crying about the Jack Pine
[Armidale Express] - “This brings people to Armidale, too” he said. Cr Jim Maher described the awards as 'a sophisticated and classy event, something Armidale can be proud of'. Crs Chris Halligan questioned the use of council money in this way, while Dorothy Robinson said