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Inside Perth’s chocolate centre

Inside Perth’s chocolate centre

September 5, 2014

Perth chocolate lovers now have the chance to take a Foodi walking tour of the best chocolate eateries Perth’s CBD has to offer. The chocolate walking tour provides its participants with tastings,...

WAAPA profile of the week — Daniel Mulch

WAAPA profile of the week — Daniel Mulch

September 2, 2014

What course are you studying? Bachelor of Education (Secondary) specialising in Contemporary Music. Why music teaching? I had an amazing music teacher in high school who really inspired me. I want...

A day in Perth will brighten city windows

A day in Perth will brighten city windows

September 2, 2014

What does 24 hours in the Perth city look like? If Jarrad Seng’s “Perth24 – A Portrait of the City” is anything to go by, it’s quite fascinating. As part of the Telstra Perth Fashion Festival...

DIY brides giving big weddings the boot

DIY brides giving big weddings the boot

September 2, 2014

What comes to mind when you think of the word wedding? Visions of a princess bride wearing Vera Wang, a handsome groom in an immaculate tux, the couples' first dance to Ella Fitzgerald in the perfect...

Christa Hughes finds herself in Beer Drinking Woman

Christa Hughes finds herself in Beer Drinking Woman

August 26, 2014

Christa Hughes is a unique Australian cabaret artist who is not afraid to be who she is. Hughes discovered music at a young age — her father, Dick Hughes, is a pianist — so her childhood years...

Home Grown Produce takes Centre Stage

Home Grown Produce takes Centre Stage

August 26, 2014

The best West Australian produce was on display last Sunday as the Perth Home Grown Markets hit the Murray Street Mall for another weekend. Sourdough bread, chocolate macaroons and beef goulash ...

Smartphone photography: How hard can it be?

Smartphone photography: How hard can it be?

August 25, 2014

It's 2014, and if you don't own a smartphone by now where have you been over the last several years? With an estimated 1.75 billion people using a smartphone to date, taking photos anywhere and anytime...

Sock it to Sarcoma and EMAS fight back!

Sock it to Sarcoma and EMAS fight back!

August 20, 2014

Charity foundation Sock It to Sarcoma and UWA’s Electronic Music Appreciation Society (EMAS) have teamed up to join the fight against sarcoma, a rare and aggressive cancer which affects mostly children...

Dinosaurs come to life at WA Museum

Dinosaurs come to life at WA Museum

August 20, 2014

The West Australian Museum has brought to life The Dinosaur Discovery: Lost Creatures of the Cretaceous exhibition which has already reached just shy of 160,000 visitors. Featuring more than 20 life-siz...

Luigi Lucente pays tribute to rock legend Jim Morrison

Luigi Lucente pays tribute to rock legend Jim Morrison

August 20, 2014

Luigi Lucente is ready to take the stage in his one-man show Jim Morrison: Kaleidoscope, part of the 2014 Cabaret Soiree eight-week season playing at His Majesty’s theatre this August. Melbourne born and...

Why Perth should love old books

Why Perth should love old books

August 20, 2014

You could say Perth’s best secondhand bookstores are the ones that have managed to stay afloat. In the past few years Australia has seen a number of much loved bookstores close due to lack of profit,...

Cave’s captivating 20,000 days

Cave’s captivating 20,000 days

August 14, 2014

A documentary like no other, musician, singer and artist Nick Cave’s 20 000 Days on Earth is a captivating cinematic experience. Written by Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard, 20 000 Days on Earth ta...

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