Let’s Take the Rot out of Rotto

Motionless on the ground outside Rotto’s general store, the 60-something lady looked like a cadaver.  I nearly tripped on her, as she lay, sprawled in the dirt. Then I...
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A Book to Save a Garden

The new book Wednesday’s Garden opens with a line by renowned Scottish-American naturalist and writer John Muir. He was a visionary who recognised over 150 years ago the critical...
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JPY on the Road Again!

John Paul Young is back on the road with his Allstar Band, playing classic tunes from the prolific Vanda & Young songbook. The much-loved Aussie singer recently performed at...
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Recipe: Gwyneth Paltrow’s Black Rice Pudding with Coconut Milk & Mango

We showed you the soup, so let’s skip to the dessert – another yum dish from the dietary screen queen, Gwenyth Paltrow. She doesn’t keep her sleek bod and...
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Sister Kate’s Marijuana Empire

Sister Kate is a dope-smoking American nun who founded the medicinal-marijuana empire Sisters of the Valley. Her life is so extraordinary, an intriguing documentary, Breaking...
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Big Day Out for Bali Orphans

Big Day Out for Bali Orphans

  Watching five little girls merrily drawing pictures on Kuta Beach, you wouldn’t dream that this fun activity is something they rarely get to do. But the kids, from a struggling orphanage out of Denpasar, hardly ever see the ocean or play with crayons. Thanks to... read more
Deni’s Devilish Kale Chips

Deni’s Devilish Kale Chips

  Deni Hines, soon to hit Perth for her The Very Best of Dusty Springfield,  Live In Concert tour, shares the recipe for her favourite snack with us. Deni’s Devilish Kale Chips are “very yummy and very good for you,” this sexy songbird enthuses.   Ingredients 1... read more
The King is Dead

The King is Dead

    The King is Dead is a darkly humorous film that almost everybody can relate to:  if you have not had the neighbors from hell,  you will know someone who has. Rest assured that they could not be worse than the King and his associates! Max  (Dan Wyllie) is... read more
Howard Park: Enduring Consistency & Quality

Howard Park: Enduring Consistency & Quality

  Howard Park Wines has been in the vanguard of top WA wineries for over a quarter of a century. While the winery has won numerous accolades and awards during this time, excellence in winemaking is not judged in sporadic triumphs, trophies and medals alone. The... read more
Premier Colin Barnett Interview – Part Two

Premier Colin Barnett Interview – Part Two

  In Part Two of our interview with WA Premier Colin Barnett, he talks about how it feels to be criticized – he can even sympathise with embattled politician Craig Thomson – his future as Premier, secession, and WA’s relationship with China. What’s the... read more
Anna Chandler: Colouring Our World

Anna Chandler: Colouring Our World

  “Come in,” designer Anna Chandler smiles, resplendent in a multi-coloured silk kaftan (an Afghan wedding gown) as she throws open her antique Indian wooden doors to The Starfish. We’re here to enjoy a cup of tea with the vivacious founder of Anna Chandler... read more
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