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BONDI RESIDENTS RALLY FOR BUS SERVICE TO ROSE BAY FERRY

Even those of us not living in Bondi are well aware that getting from Bondi to the city can be a bit of a nightmare, especially in the morning. Despite the relatively small distance between the two (approximately 9 kilometres), and the fact that in regular traffic the drive only takes about 15 minutes, in […]

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TURLAND’S TIPS FOR CITY2SURF SUCCESS

There are few races as notoriously beautiful, or as notoriously difficult, as Sydney’s City2Surf. It’s always a massive deal, with thousands of supporters lining the streets, and this year there will also be eighteen musical acts be stationed along the course, encouraging runners to go faster and to not give up. We salute those of […]

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People

A Lasting Legacy – NEIL PERRY

Where are you originally from? Sydney. I was born in Kogarah Hospital and grew up in a place called Bald Face Point, which is not very far from Tom Uglys Bridge, and the very famous Paul’s Hamburgers, which was a bit of a hang for my family and myself when I was younger. How much […]

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Going Greek With Big George – Two Days In Athens

Every four years since 1936 a lighting of the Olympic flame ceremony has been held in Olympia, Greece, where the Olympic Games originated about 3,000 years ago. From the 8th century BC to the 4th century AD, the ancient games were held every four years in Olympia, located in the western Peloponnese peninsula, in honour […]

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Food

CINDY’S LEMON CURD TART

On my last trip to New Caledonia I had lunch at the Baronnet’s cattle farm near Bourail. This humble family takes New Caledonian hospitality to a new level, and the dishes they prepared were delicious – in particular, Cindy’s tarte au citron meringuée. It was the perfect combination of bitterness from the lemon, sweetness from […]

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Arts

MUCH MORE THAN JUST RESORT WEAR

It’s funny that whenever the mercury dips below the high teens, my mind starts planning an island holiday. But who doesn’t enjoy the chance to break free from your everyday life and mundane wardrobe, and fill a suitcase with summery clothes that make you feel like you’re on holiday just packing them? It’s a no-brainer […]

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Arts

DONNARUMMA – A SONIC PUNCH TO THE GUT

Donnarumma are an exhilarating rock/roots three-piece from Adelaide, South Australia. Inspired by modern contemporaries such as Arcade Fire and Jeff Buckley, the trio gives it their absolute all to leave the hairs on their listeners’ arms standing up and the goosebumps popping like chicken skin. They’ve recently released a debut EP and they’ll be playing […]

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Sport

THE RODEO CLOWNS ARE BACK IN TOWN

On Saturday, July 22, the cowboys are coming to Sydney’s Olympic Park. No, not the footy team. Genuine cowboys. Blokes in big hats with wide gaits and strong jaws. You better lock up your daughters and twinks.* “This is not a rodeo,” they attest. “It’s the one and only Professional Bull Riders.” I am not […]

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Sport

EVERY DOG HAS ITS DAY

With the coldest May and June days on record for some time making us all face up to the fact that winter has well and truly arrived, it’s time to execute plans to get the hell out of here, or rug up and find time to go fishing or diving when the conditions and time […]

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Other

Dante AGE 6 years SEX Male BREED Border Collie x WEIGHT 18.8kg Dante is a gentle boy who needs some confidence building, but he’s on the right track. He needs encouragement to start walking on lead, but once he gets going he loves a good jog. He’s a sweet and affectionate boy, and he ignores […]

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