Your Garden: Making it Nature’s Gift

      Even if we love our garden, who among us really knows of all the intimate connections going on out there among the tinier occupants of our backyard? The...
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Books: The Peter Norman Story

      If I asked a roomful of Australians if they knew of Peter Norman, I suspect the majority would say they had vaguely heard the name, but most would not know...
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Film: Robert Redford’s Grand Finale

    The Old Man & the Gun is based on the true-life story of Forrest Tucker, a career criminal who was passionate about two things: robbing banks and escaping from...
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Recipe: Blood Orange Salad with Beetroot and Avocado

    Cool, dude! Here in Perth our climate is very like that of Southern California in summer time, so this light and refreshing Cal classic is just what the chef...
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Festival Film: An Unexpected Love

    After 25 years of marriage Marcos (Ricardo Darin, Truman) and Ana (Mercedes Moran, Neruda) are left with an “empty nest” when their son leaves home to study in...
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The $3000 Rat

The $3000 Rat

    It has been said that “a bottle of wine begs to be shared” but for one unsuspecting Nedlands resident this little adage was taken a sip too far. Leafing through the pages of Decanter magazine, long-time wine connoisseur David Krantz stumbled upon a... read more
The Number One Ladies Author

The Number One Ladies Author

  Move over Matt Damon: author Alexander McCall Smith may be older and heavier than a Hollywood heartthrob, but he still has ladies eating out of his hand wherever he goes. The Starfish recently caught up with the 63-year-old Scottish charmer, who has sold 40... read more
Margaret River’s Golden Road

Margaret River’s Golden Road

  Celebrated British wine doyenne and writer Jancis Robinson has declared Western Australia’s Margaret River wine region is as close to paradise as you can get. A bit too gushy, perhaps? Maybe not, especially if you enjoy drinking some of the world’s... read more
Frank Morris at Gallery Dusseldorf

Frank Morris at Gallery Dusseldorf

  Artist Frank Morris wowed the opening crowd at Gallery Dusseldorf with his colourful lime putty and acrylic paintings, inspired by visits to the Pilbara. Sadly Frank wasn’t able to work the room. A recent leg injury meant he remained seated throughout the... read more
Here’s Lucy!

Here’s Lucy!

I recently caught up with local up and coming designer, Gillian Gallagher.  Here in Perth, she  makes well-cut, beautifully designed pieces, with timeless prints and 60’s inspired silhouettes. They’re ideal for women seeking easy-fit clothing which you can throw on... read more
The Way

The Way

The Way of St James, also known as El Camino de Santiago de Campostela, is an ancient pilgrims’ trail which meanders from the French Pyrenees to Santiago in north-west Spain, where the remains of St James are reportedly buried. In the film “The Way”, grieving father... read more
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