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Letters – October 2018

DEVIL’S ISLAND Congrats on a great publication. I often find a copy when visiting Bondi. But your double-paged plug for tourism in WA at Rottnest Island (A Long Ride Around Rottnest Island, The Beast, August 2018) really disturbed me. As a folk music fan I have heard the Bernard Carney song ‘Devil’s Island’ at many […]

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An Open Letter to Alex Turnbull, Son of Former PM Malcolm Turnbull

Dear Alex – I had hoped to publish this open letter in The Australian, but as my meagre part-pension could not cover the exorbitant cost of the Murdoch rag, the lovely editors at The Beast have agreed to indulge me by printing this ‘opinion piece disguised as political propaganda’ in place of Pearl’s column. It […]

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Alyssa Healy – The Fresh Face of Australian Cricket

With a surname synonymous with Australian cricket, it comes as little surprise that Alyssa Healy, like her famous uncle Ian, has risen through the ranks to become the country’s best wicket-keeper. The Beast caught up with the Aussie gloves-woman at Bronte Surf Life Saving Club during the month… How are you this morning Alyssa?Very well, […]

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People

Local Chick – Helen Kang from Waverley

Waverley’s Helen Kang has lived in the Eastern Suburbs for 20 years and started her own business, Free State Accessories, which allows women to be hands-free but connected to their phones. She shares her local favourites with The Beast… How long have you lived here? I’ve been in the Eastern Suburbs for 20 years, but […]

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People

Local Bloke – Andy Ruwald from North Bondi

If you’ve ever been out for a drink in Bondi then you’ll recognise the friendly face of Andy Ruwald, the brains behind Bondi institutions Sejuiced and The Bucket List. Andy shares his local favourites with The Beast… How long have you lived here? I’ve been around these parts for as long as I can remember. […]

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Beardy from Hell – September 2018

VIRGO AUG 23-SEP 23 Stop worrying about the size of your arse. It’s what comes out of your mouth that matters, not your hefty hindquarters. LIBRA SEP 24-OCT 23 Try getting in touch with your friends when you don’t need a favour for a change, then maybe they’ll stop screening you. SCORPIO OCT 24-NOV 22 […]

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Food

Peanut Butter Sweet Treats

If Vegemite didn’t have such a catchy jingle then I’m sure pea- nut butter would have claimed the prize for the most popular Aussie spread. Peanut butter has been around forever and has recently experienced a resurgence in popularity. It has a great nutritional profile, as demonstrated by the more boutique brands containing only Australian […]

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Food

Choc Ginger Cookies

One of my dearest friends inspired these choc ginger cookies. She wandered into our kitchen in Bondi as we were brainstorming delicious recipes to whip up for the winter months and when I asked what her favourites were, chocolate and ginger were the first things to come to mind. So I thought of a few […]

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Food

Bondi Beach Public Bar: Pub Grub with Panache

Despite its relatively short existence, Bondi Beach Public Bar needs little introduction. If you’ve been to Bondi this year you would have already seen this bar occupying prime Bondi Beach real estate on the corner of Campbell Parade and Curlewis Street, bustling with a trendy crowd on evenings and weekends. Within crawling distance of Hotel […]

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Food

A Culinary Journey Through the Land of Casinos

Macao is the only place in China where gambling is legal and it is also home to eight of the world’s ten largest casinos based on revenue. A phenomenal 30 million-plus travellers visit Macao each year, cramming in to a 32 square kilometre space with the island’s 650,000 residents, making it one of the most […]

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