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Local Chick… Jee Morton from Coogee

Coogee’s Jee Morton moved to Australia from Thailand after meeting a handsome Coogee local over ten years ago. She is now a beauty therapist at CooJee Beauty in the Junction. Jee shares her local favourites with The Beast… How long have you lived here? I have lived in Coogee for 11 years. Why do you […]

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Local Bloke… Alasdair McClintock from Bronte

We met Bronte’s Alasdair ‘Aldo’ McClintock at Jed’s Café, Bondi, back in the day. He now runs his own written content business, Gordon Street. Creative. Communication. Aldo shares his local favourites with The Beast… How long have you lived here? I’ve been living here for ten years now. Why do you live here? For the […]

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Food

Half Bottles of Wine – A Great Way to Explore New Drops

Australians love to drink, but most of us aren’t very adventurous when it comes to our choice of beverage. Most of us will generally drink whatever is put in front of us, but when we’re buying we tend to stick to the same thing. Many of us won’t buy bubbles or dessert wine, for example, […]

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Food

Easy Beef Brisket – Perfect for the Family or a Long Summer Lunch

One of the easiest ways to feed your family a nourishing meal is to use a slow-cooking cut of meat. Along with lamb shoulder, pork shoulder and beef short ribs, beef brisket has become a favourite – this Easy Beef Brisket recipe is no exception. Apart from being more affordable than your standard muscle-meat cuts, […]

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Food

Peach, Asparagus and Mint Salad

Salads are such a lovely way to enjoy stone fruits and really up the impressive factor in a meal with zero fuss whatsoever. A personal fave of mine is to include asparagus in a salad because of the contrasting sweetness and crunch – it’s just so delicious! This gluten, dairy and sugar free peach, asparagus […]

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Bringing the Streets of Veracruz to Bondi

The last time I reviewed a Mexican joint for The Beast was way back in 2014. It was a fantastic restaurant called Mr Moustache, which unfortunately was only around for a year or so. When I discovered that my beloved Nando’s on Hall Street had shut down and was being renovated, I prayed for something […]

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Cycling the Tour de California

Santa Monica and the area around Venice Beach has always been my favourite part of California, perhaps because it has a similar feel to where I live in Bondi. There is one big difference though: the Venice Beach Boardwalk. There is simply nothing like it anywhere else in the world, a veritable human zoo featuring […]

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Why Do People Have Affairs?

Experiencing infidelity in a relationship can be hurtful and damaging and the immediate response after discovering a partner’s affair is usually a combination of disbelief, anger, sadness and grief. One client of mine, a woman in her 30s, discovered that her husband had an affair with a colleague when he was overseas attending a conference. […]

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Into the BLUE, with Ocean Guardian Tim Silverwood

Whether you’ve been enjoying gentle waves this summer, or getting royally barrelled, it’s safe to say that the surf at our local beaches can really turn it on from time to time. Whether you’ve been out in the big blue or spectating from the safety of the sand, you may have crossed paths with Bondi […]

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Actions Speak Louder Than Words

Adam lay in the Garden of Eden with Eve by his side, enjoying paradise with barely a thought of serpents, apples, fig leaves or the like. Sadly, as we all know, Adam’s moment of bliss didn’t last and the two were given their marching orders. Masaccio’s 15th century painting of Adam and Eve being expelled […]

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