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Knife and Fork Talk with the Dining Divas – A tasty...

We haven’t been to Lathlain before, so we decided to check out a local eatery in the area. Laika, formerly a washing machine workshop, is...

The final Brunch with T – a fond farewell from this...

Starting my career in the family newspaper has been a privilege and something I value greatly. Last year I, applied and was accepted to...

The Sleeping Beauty will enchant audiences

As the lights went down and the orchestra started to play, the words once upon a time appear and I was immediately captivated by...

Poignant story of Sydney II: Lost and Found comes to the...

The enormity of the tragedy of Sydney II when it was sunk by the disguised German Raider HSK Kormoran during World War II comes...

Local author’s evocative stories of people, place, animals and environment –...

John Kinsella’s collection of short stories showcases human nature at its best and its worst. He challenges our own presumptions and assumptions regarding human...

Brunch with T – a serendipitous find in Morley kicks off...

Happy New Year to readers as we bring you our first brunch review of 2021. This find was serendipitous; the café I had planned...

A little tipple is good for the mature brain says new...

A US and Chinese study published in JAMA Network in June last year, found the mental status of those who drank a low or...

Brunch with T – the Have a Go News top three...

December is the time for reflection on the year that was, and I don’t think many of us would have imagined 2020 would have...

Compact SUV’s are popular and practical cars – here’s Kia’s new...

Listening to a top rating talk radio program recently, I was reminded that most of us care little about the car we own, drive,...

It’s a gala feast of ballet…

It’s been a rough year for the arts sector across Australia with most companies shutting down for months on end due to the pandemic.  Western...

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