Artistic Trio Illuminate the Beauty of WA

Vibrant creations by a trio of respected West Australian artists are currently on show at Gallows Gallery, Mosman Park. Jody Fitzhardinge with artists Sue Grey-Smith, Patricia...
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We’re Back!

It’s great to be home, after a month spent roaming around the US. We went on quite the road trip, through six States in all, mostly on roads less travelled. First stop was...
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Aspen in Summer

The Roaring Fork river to the left, a mountain to the right, chipmunks scuttling across our path, and all’s right with the world. Pete and I are in Aspen, Colorado, and for once...
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Rikki Don’t Lose That Number

Walking down the street one Saturday morning, Rodney heard the old Steely Dan song ‘Rikki Don’t Lose That Number’.   It took him, as it tended to do on the rare...
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Film: The Keeper

Bert Trautmann is the only man ever who was a FA Cup winner, awarded an Iron Cross by the German government, and given an OBE in England. He became a legend in the world of...
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Russell James: Goodwill Through the Lens

Russell James: Goodwill Through the Lens

  Cottesloe’s Russell James is one of the world’s best-known celebrity photographers. When he’s not snapping images of Barbra Streisand or supermodel Heidi Klum, he’s being photographed himself, at red carpet charity events, such is his own level of celebrity in... read more
Kolkata: The City that Never Sweeps

Kolkata: The City that Never Sweeps

 By Wendy Salisbury Calcutta! What sensuous imagery does this name evoke? Be-turbanned Maharajas defending stately forts?  Ex-pats taking tiffin on colonial club lawns? Dark exotic beauties with jasmine in their hair. . . Forget all that. It’s called Kolkata now and... read more
WA: Sex Marks the Spot

WA: Sex Marks the Spot

  It’s official. WA isn’t just home to fine athletes, leading scientists, outstanding doctors and mining zillionaires: when it comes to bedroom antics, we’re friskier, bolder and more experimental than those in any other State. Many of us, it transpires, are just... read more
Artists Turn Out at PLC

Artists Turn Out at PLC

Presbyterian Ladies College’s hallowed halls were alive with vibrant artworks last week during its annual Old Collegian’s Association Art Exhibition. Works from Ben Juniper, Stephen Perry, Michelle Seymour, Janet Pyke and 22 other artists raised more than... read more
Declaration of War

Declaration of War

When Romeo and Juliet lay eyes on each other across a crowded club, it is the proverbial love at first sight. Their whirlwind affair is quickly interrupted by the arrival of their baby son, and for a while they struggle  through the early days of parenthood. When... read more
Here’s Lucy!

Here’s Lucy!

  A Stroll Through Freo’s Wonderful Heritage  The annual Fremantle Heritage Festival is on again, when Freo hums in celebration of both its local history and the thriving modern city it’s become.     For me, a Festival highlight is the Vintage Vixens &... read more
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