Tony Stretch and myself (John Alexander) are celebrating a big achievement this week after our reader/viewership numbers passed 22,800 for the month.

ABSOLUTELYFAMOUS - CELEBRATION John and Tony thrilled with support

We’ve been operating our fabulous story platform for just over a year now and it’s gradually and now significantly increased viewing traffic as we become more and more established and our name gets out to more people.

While most of our traffic is from New Zealand and Australia we are world wide with readers in the USA, Great Britain, Mexico and Sweden among others.

Tony and I have big plans for AbsolutelyFamous as we develop our website to become as user friendly as we can get it.

Whilst we have operated to date on a non commercial basis, doing it just for the love, we will very soon be inviting advertisers to jump on board and support us, because the more commercial support we get the more time we can spend bringing you fantastic stories about amazing people doing amazing things.

A huge thank you from Tony and I for those who are supporting us and viewing our website and sharing our stories, your support is very much appreciated and we are humbled by it.

We’ve got more great yarns in the pipeline including our All Blacks rugby review with myself and Greg Brimble on Wednesday and of course our weekly feature photo taken by my very talented colleague Tony Stretch.

If you have a story to tell or know of someone who you think has a story we need to follow up please don’t hesitate to contact us on

If you are interested in advertising with us contact on the same address.

From Tony and I thank you again for your support

Just a few of the real stories and interviews we have on AbsolutelyFamous.

Interview & Story by John Alexander | Supporting Images sourced by Tony Stretch and Absolutely Famous.


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John Alexander catches up with a former Queensland rugby league state of origin star Dan Stains and gets a very interesting insight into how rugby league was at the top in the 1980s-90s in an era where no-one took a back step if the biff broke out and many players worked other jobs.


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