Year in Review: Lion was the highest grossing Australian film in 2017

January 22, 2018

The Motion Picture Distributors Association of Australia have released the finalised 2017 box office numbers, cementing Academy Award Best Picture nominee Lion as the highest earning Australian film at the local box office, taking a record $29.5 million. This sees Lion go into the history book as the 5th all-time biggest Australian film at the local […]

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Tech Review: The 2017 Subaru Impreza’s tech options are more than just bells and whistles

April 23, 2017

There are two kinds of people I know — people who care about cars and people who do not. I fall into the latter category — I have owned three cars in my life, all second-hand and none of them particularly fancy. But when an automaker like Subaru emails you out of the blue one […]

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Taste of Sydney returns to Centennial Park this week with a superstar line-up of chefs and dishes

March 5, 2017

Taste of Sydney is serving up a delicious gastronomic experience, bringing together the city’s hottest bars and restaurants at this year’s Festival. From 9 – 12 March, our top chefs will be returning to Centennial Park, to showcase more than 50 signature dishes. The Taste pass ticket costs $25 and includes entry to the festival, with access […]

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The UTS’ first of its kind scholarship for new postgraduate degree a Master of Animation and Visualisation

October 24, 2016

The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) has announced a first of its kind scholarship for entry into its brand new one-year postgraduate degree, Master of Animation and Visualisation.

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Brisbane Arts Theatre announces 2017 mainstage and children’s seasons

October 12, 2016

Earlier this week, Brisbane Arts Theatre announced their 2017 run, boasting sixteen shows across their mainstage and children’s seasons. After a sell out run in 2016, Jurassic Park: The Musical will return, alongside other musical productions Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, and […]

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Sydney Theatre Company announces programme for 2017 season

September 12, 2016

With fifteen shows spread across four venues, Sydney Theatre Company’s 2017 season aims to “challenge, stir, and entertain” audiences, with a diverse and exciting lineup, including a musical version of Aussie classic Muriel’s Wedding. Speaking of the program, STC’s Interim Artistic Director Kip Williams said: “We are excited to present a diverse season in 2017, […]

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Melbourne’s Malthouse Theatre announces 2017 season

September 7, 2016

Five new Australian plays, eight world premieres and a host of international guests artists are set to make Malthouse Theatre’s 2017 season their most exciting yet. Speaking of the recently announced line up, Artistic Director Matthew Lutton said: “Malthouse Theatre aims to spark debate and interrogation with the theatre we create and 2017 will be […]

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