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Book review: The Tattooist of Auschwitz

The Tattooist of Auschwitz, written by Heather Morris, is a riveting, true story about the struggle of a Jewish man as he fights to...

Bigger and better: Melbourne Fashion Week 2018

Melbourne Fashion Week has grown in size over the years, becoming bigger and better each time, with a greater influx of viewers, designers and...

Homesick: Life begins at the end of your comfort zone

Home is a place you grow up wanting to leave, and grow old wanting to get back to - Edward Pearce (English political journalist,...

Melbourne Fashion Week’s student collections – the future of Australian fashion

The best of Melbourne's fashion students came together to display their talent and dedication to hard work at Melbourne Fashion Week's student showcase.  Tess Gellie...

Australian country music singer Morgan Evans goes #1 in the USA

Newcastle raised country music singer/songwriter Morgan Evans is following the footsteps of his idol Keith Urban on the road to a successful music career...

Runway 2: Melbourne Fashion Week recap

People are only stressed when fixated on the future and the past. I was stressed because I had four minutes to convince my Uber...

Review: Tash Sultana’s ‘Flow State’

It feels like a lifetime ago that Melbourne multi-instrumentalist Tash Sultana burst onto the Australian music scene, yet it was merely two years ago...

Pottery is the new ‘mindfulness’

If you’ve been toying with the idea of throwing out those old ceramic mugs you pushed to the back of your kitchen cupboards, that...

A local’s guide to the Dandenong Ranges

On a sunny Saturday morning, I was driving up the long windy road that leads to the Dandenong Ranges. Through the big beautiful trees...

Are The Conjuring and Insidious horror franchises losing their lustre?

WARNING: THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS After the latest instalment of The Conjuring franchise The Nun falling flat, I have a sneaking suspicion that the horror...