The southern Tasmanian flood of 2018 is still very fresh in the minds of those who endured it but a storytelling project by two local artists has helped the survivors to heal.
WA woman Natalie and husband Kahn struggled with infertility for years and wondered if they would ever realise their parenthood dream. But any day now they will meet their four miracle babies.
It’s an old story. Plans for a skate park that will give young people a place to meet and play are mired in community fears about safety and graffiti. But experts say there’s nothing to worry about.
A blooming garden is every green thumb’s dream. But if you don’t take the time to give your flowers the best chance, you’ll have a long wait before you can try again.
Nestled within of the city’s most magnificent architectural icons, this new addition to The State Buildings is impressing the masses on all fronts. Amanda Keenan finds out why.
The globally renowned Perth-raised paediatrician and human rights advocate is advising WHO’s director-general on COVID-19 but her hands-on work in war-torn countries is where she finds the most reward
Residents and businesses are lining up to have their say on the future vision for the popular North Hobart restaurant strip.
Prestige property sales have been sparse in Sydney of late, but the financial year ended on a high note with the sale of Jennifer Hawkins’ Newport home for a reputed $20 million, writes real estate insider Jonathan Chancellor.
He has built a massive online following, but Jiemba Sands almost gave up on his dreams of social media stardom to take up a “proper job”.
A group of conservationists on an expedition to a remote group of islands off Tasmania were treated to a spectacular humpback whale show. See the stunning photos >>
You simply cannot be lonely with animals around, says a Hobart man whose wife passed away just four months ago.
THE Darwin mother of a self-quarantined bus traveller said she is shocked that no health checks were allegedly made on passengers at stops during the two and half-day journey
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PASSENGERS on the flight from Melbourne carrying the man diagnosed positive for coronavirus are being urged to get tested if they are concerned
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Overseas travel is still out for the near future but Sydneysiders can celebrate France’s national holiday closer to home this year. Break out the berets and say ‘oui’ to French food to help commemorate Bastille Day on July 14.
Millions of Australians will be rushing to file their tax returns this month and there are some easy ways to get money back quickly.
DARWIN’S world famous Mindil Beach markets could be at risk of closing for good at the end of this Dry season, with funding desperately needed to maintain their operations
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TERRITORY Senator Malarndirri McCarthy has brushed off the idea of a name change for Darwin, saying there are more pressing issues relating to indigenous people that need to be addressed first
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TERRITORIANS will be able to experience what is more like a traditional Dry season this month, with the return of several major events bringing social lives back to some normality
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With big budget blockbusters put on the backburner by COVID-19, indie dramas, foreign language films and hard-hitting documentaries have risen to the top of 2020’s critical hit-list.
The reset button is being pushed on the fashion industry, according to insiders, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to disrupt the sector on every level.
WA cinemas will reopen for the school holidays and while there won’t be the usual slate of new kids movies it doesn’t mean you have to miss out on your school holiday popcorn fix.
Whether you’re choosing to abstain from alcohol or the announcement for the upcoming Perth Craft Beer Festival has you excited, here is the latest in drink and food news.
From family favourites like Rottnest and Mandurah to the spectacular Sixty Foot Falls and York’s hands-on activities, there are plenty of options if your looking to get out of the city.
Whether it’s adventure, education or virtual reality your family is after this school holidays here are the best places to roam, play, learn and eat this winter break.
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