Theatre: Let The Right One In

  Let the Right One In is based on a Swedish cult novel and two films written by John Ajvide Lindquist. It was adapted for the stage by award-winning Jack Thorne. It tells...
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Burt Street Gallery’s Xmas Pottery

    Prefer not to give Cousin Harriet the same boring tea towel or ginger chockies for Christmas?     A more creative, and affordable gift can be found...
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The Lifesaving Benefits of Eating Your Greens

    We all knew eating greens was good for us – but Edith Cowan University has proven just how lifesaving they are. A comprehensive new study shows more...
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A New Australian Camper Trailer Bible

      Even if you think you know our big brown land better than most, there are plenty of secrets only the savviest campers know about – and of course, many...
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Poh’s Pooch Recipe: Rhino & Tim’s Chicken Treats

    Now for something completely different.  Don’t serve these to aunty Mavis when she pops in for a cuppa or you’ll likely cop a brolly around the earhole....
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Here’s Lucy!

Here’s Lucy!

  Lucy in the Style with Alphas     Meet Sarah Watanabe, the designer for up- and- coming label, Monster Alphabets, and the winner of  STYLEAID’s  Betts Creative Award. Sarah’s pieces are all about “less is more”, using clean lines to great effect, with... read more
Guest Chef Jamal Amous’s Moutable (Pomegranate Dip)

Guest Chef Jamal Amous’s Moutable (Pomegranate Dip)

Ingredients: Eggplants                        1 kg Olive oil                           20 mg Tahini paste                   150 mg Minced garlic                  10 gm Lemon juice                    50 mg Salt                                   15 gr... read more
Hysteria

Hysteria

  In Victorian England doctors called it “female hysteria” – a catch-all diagnosis applied to women with symptoms ranging from insomnia, anxiety and frigidity to irritability, anger and frustration. Tania Wexler’s light-hearted film “Hysteria” shows how the... read more
Kevin Chung: Bali’s New Aussie Master Chef

Kevin Chung: Bali’s New Aussie Master Chef

    Coconut Marinated Salmon, anyone? Move over Neil Perry and Tetsuya – another Aussie chef is making his mark on the world’s culinary stage. Kevin Chung, 34, recently quit his job at Melbourne’s Westin Hotel to take over as chef de cuisine at Starfish... read more
Tommaso’s Olympic Countdown

Tommaso’s Olympic Countdown

  Find regular diary updates in The Starfish from Western Australian super-fish Tommaso D’Orsogna in the lead up to the Olympic Games. Here’s Tom’s first report.   I’ve been back in Canberra for over a week now, after racing in the... read more
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