AB Bishop On Going Native & Win Her New Book!

With our forests burning in wildfires across Australia, our own backyard gardens have never felt more precious. Slabs of welcome greenery in an increasingly over-cooked world....
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Craig Foster’s Fight for Hakeem

  What I admire greatly about Craig Foster is that he is so very understated. I met the man at a FECCA conference in Hobart recently, and as is obligatory these days when in...
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Film: Two Powerful Stories of Secrecy and Cover-Ups

Two new films, The Report and Official Secrets, are chilling reminders of the scurrilous deeds governments can get up to when trying to hide their actions from the people they...
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A Culinary Odyssey in Roma

    A tray of creamy pink icing studded pastries is being held my way– by a strapping Roman chap who looks like he’s just glided off a catwalk. “Mangia!” he commands....
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Turkish Recipe: Veal Meatballs with White Beans & Tahini Salad

    This hearty and delicious Turkish recipe is selected from the wonderful cookbook Adventures in Turkish Eating – Anatolia (Murdoch Books). Authors Somer...
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Tommaso’s Olympic Diary

Tommaso’s Olympic Diary

     Here’s the latest diary installment from WA swimmer Tommaso D’Orsogna, in London for the 100m relay event. “It has been an exciting staging camp in Manchester, where we’ve been holed up since we arrived in the UK on July 14.  The USA basketball... read more
Film: In Darkness

Film: In Darkness

      In Darkness is the harrowing true story of 11 Polish Jews who spent 14 months in the darkness and filth of the sewers of Lvov in hiding from the Nazis in 1943. It’s also an inspiring tale of survival, heroism and transformation. The unlikely hero... read more
Film: Jackpot

Film: Jackpot

  Jackpot was written by best-selling Norwegian crime writer Jo Nesbo (who has sold more than nine million books) with film in mind. Directed by Magus Martens, this movie is darkly comic, full of gags involving betrayal, lots of murder and blood, lottery... read more
Camilla’s Amazing Andes Adventure

Camilla’s Amazing Andes Adventure

  Even when she’s on hols, Sydney designer Camilla Franks is hard at work, looking for inspiration. Her recent trip to Peru and Bolivia, with fiance John Flannery, was, she says, “life-changing.”     Camilla, fondly nicknamed the Kaftan Queen though her... read more
John Teschendorff at Galerie Dusseldorf

John Teschendorff at Galerie Dusseldorf

    An exhibition of paintings and drawings by John Teschendorff was launched at Galerie Dusseldorf this week, including the sixth installment of John’s History Of Ideas series.      “The work reflects my interest in exploring conservative... read more
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