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What’s On: Twilight dining

What’s On: Twilight dining

Brigid Dix, ECU Reporter

September 10, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Spring has officially begun which means warmer weather and the awaited return of the twilight markets. By twilight markets we are not referring to vampire and werewolf themed markets, instead markets that are held in the evening usually from 5-9pm and have a variety of food and drink stalls and carts,...

My drag queen and I: a mother’s story

My drag queen and I: a mother’s story

Josie Scott, Staff reporter

October 27, 2015


Filed under News

It would be hard to come across a mother and son relationship as close as Barbara Rogers and her son Danny. She encourages his university studies, keeps an eye on him — and helps him with his drag queen wigs and wardrobe. It's a story that shows just how well some parents can take things in their...

Crowdfunding dad reaches holiday goal

Crowdfunding dad reaches holiday goal

Alicia MacFarlane, Staff reporter

August 17, 2015


Filed under News

Working class dad Stephen Callaghan has raised more than his $5000 goal for a family holiday to Uluru, after his audacious call for Australian MPs to give him and his family 'a fair go'. The New South Wales dad's campaign, published on GoFundMe.com, was cheekily created following the travel claims...

Dinosaurs come to life at WA Museum

Dinosaurs come to life at WA Museum

Marie Bertolini, Staff Reporter

August 20, 2014


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Showcase, Slideshow

The West Australian Museum has brought to life The Dinosaur Discovery: Lost Creatures of the Cretaceous exhibition which has already reached just shy of 160,000 visitors. Featuring more than 20 life-size replica animatronic models, the collection includes a breathtaking 16 metre long and 10 metre hi...

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