The Fires and a Climate for Change

A few days before Christmas, I’d ducked over to Sydney, to do some work for a London TV programme. As we got off the plane, passengers were accosted with the pungent smell...
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Three Artists Unite to Celebrate WA

    A trio of prominent artists is currently staging a show at Gallows Gallery bursting with WA themes and concepts.     The Mosman Park space is brimming...
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Madelaine Dickie’s Red Can Origami

      Author, surfer, adventurer, poet, Madelaine Dickie is a woman on the move. When we first interviewed her three years ago she was elated that her first novel,...
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Film: The Lighthouse

    The Lighthouse is a brooding, sinister black and white film with towering performances by the two protagonists, Robert Pattinson and William Dafoe. Thomas Wake...
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US Roadtrip: Over the Peaks into Spud Country

    We motored out of Jackson, Wyoming. Time to swing west to the Pacific, following the Old Oregon Trail, the pathway of the pioneers of yore, crossing the vast spaces...
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Perth: In the Zone

Perth: In the Zone

    Thanks in no small part to the mining boom and our growing population, Perth is clearly more dynamic and cosmopolitan than it was 15 years ago. But what exactly, has changed? A new report released this week outlines precisely how Perth, as a global... read more
Gourmet Escape: Witchettys And Other Fine Grub

Gourmet Escape: Witchettys And Other Fine Grub

    “How do I eat it?” enquired restaurant critic supremo, Scotsman A.A. Gill excitedly, referring to the podgy white grub pursed betwixt his thumb and forefinger. “Grab its spiky head bit and bite off the body, mate,” rejoined an aboriginal culinary... read more
Here’s Lucy: Annabelle Gordon, Paper Queen

Here’s Lucy: Annabelle Gordon, Paper Queen

    The first time I saw Annabelle Gordon’s unique paper cuts I was amazed at how intricate and delicate they are one wrong move and the whole work could be ruined. “All these paper cuts are hand cut  -sometimes painstakingly – from beautiful acid free... read more
Film: Liberal Arts

Film: Liberal Arts

      Elizabeth Olsen has a smile that lights up the screen. In Liberal Arts, she lights up for Josh Radnor, who plays the role of Jesse Fisher, a jaded admissions officer at a New York college. Jesse hasn’t done much with his life since he graduated in... read more
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