Day: 28 January 2018

Review: Foo Fighters prove more than deserving of Sydney’s largest stadium stage

January 28, 2018

Wearing an Oxford Art Factory t-shirt – where the iconic frontman last performed in Sydney – Dave Grohl and his fighters of Foo returned to Sydney last night, thrilling audiences in their ANZ Stadium debut with a rollicking 3 hour set that proved as much a trip down memory lane as it was a celebration […]

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Win a double pass to see Wiley in Sydney and Melbourne

January 28, 2018

Godfather of Grime, UK’s Wiley will kick off his debut Australia/New Zealand tour in Wellington tomorrow. After 11 studio albums, forming seminal crews like Roll Deep with mentees Dizzee Rascal and Skepta, and publishing an autobiography, this will be his first headline tour of the region. Either directly responsible or indirectly influencing almost all major […]

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PlayStation Network has been borked for three days, still borked right now

January 28, 2018

It hasn’t been a great weekend for the old PlayStation Network. Outages and hitches have plagued the service on a weekend that saw the launch of two high profile titles.

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Merivale’s notorious party spot ‘ivy’ may be demolished and turned into a hotel (Sydney)

January 28, 2018

Big announcements from Merivale are nothing new. The juggernaut hospitality group has been dominating Sydney for very a long time, opening institution after institution from Enmore’s Queens Hotel to Coogee’s Coogee Pavilion. Though nothing has been anywhere near as successful and internationally renowned as ivy, Sydney’s most divisive party spot that remains highly sought after […]

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Kylie Kwong and over 60 stallholders to showcase native ingredients at the next Carriageworks Night Market (Sydney)

January 28, 2018

Renowned chef Kylie Kwong will return to Carriageworks in a few weeks time, curating their next Night Market with 60 stalls popped up by some of finest names in the Australian food and drink scene. Right alongside all that deliciousness will be specially commissioned artwork, cooking demonstrations by Indigenous food producers, and a small but […]

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Deliveroo have dropped their minimum spend to $10

January 28, 2018

Food delivery service Deliveroo have made a pretty big change to the way they do things in some of their most popular service areas across Australia, dropping the usual – and often frustrating – $25 minimum spend to $10. That means singles ordering delivery won’t have to order excess food just to get their order […]

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The 27th annual Orange F.O.O.D Week announces 2018 program (NSW)

January 28, 2018

One of the state’s quintessential food and wine events, the annual Orange F.O.O.D Week, will return this April with a stacked program that includes delectable experiences such as a nine-course foraging degustation amongst the vineyards, a seasonal grazing feast under the stars, and a fresh produce-packed adventure by rail on the designated “F.O.O.D Train”. From […]

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Top Sydney and Melbourne restaurants confirmed for Laneway Festival

January 28, 2018

It seems the organisers behind the forthcoming Laneway Festival have outdone themselves in terms of an enormous food and drink program for both Sydney and Melbourne. What is now one of the country’s most beloved music and cultural festivals has announced a line up of restaurant partners curated by the obviously very discerning and well-connected […]

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