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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,...

Feast your eyes

Feast your eyes

Megan Birch, ECU Reporter

September 3, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Showcase

We love to share our food, not physically, but digitally. Food photography on social media is becoming so more and more popular. So much so that Perth Photographer Danica Zuks is holding a food photography workshop to teach people “how to capture drool worthy images of their food and spruik up their...

Food.Arts.Divinity

Food.Arts.Divinity

Vesh Arumugam, ECU Reporter

August 28, 2017


Filed under Sport and Lifestyle

Walking around the Bell Tower and Barrack Street Jetty on the Swan River can be a multisensory experience, especially when the breeze disseminates the scintillating fragrance of mixed Indian spices from Annalakshmi, the riverside restaurant that serves Indian vegetarian cuisine with a “pay what you...

The protein shake up

The protein shake up

Vesh Arumugam, Reporter

August 21, 2017


Filed under Health and Science

Diet is an essential element for everyone who wants to pursue a healthy lifestyle, and there is a lot of hype around about protein shakes. But are they actually good for us? Proper diet along with a constant workout will optimise health. But, things are a little different with bodybuilders. Bodybuilders...

Artificial Wonder Causes Artificial Blunder

Artificial Wonder Causes Artificial Blunder

Reney Omar, ECU Reporter

August 14, 2017


Filed under Health and Science

It is only human to crave sweets. The only factor that holds people back from over-consuming is the calories that come with the great taste. Artificial sweeteners have been modified over decades to provide the same and more intense sweetness with the guarantee of little to no calories. Is it too good...

Markets encourage wholesome way of living

Markets encourage wholesome way of living

Kelly Marie Smith, ECU Reporter

August 13, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

The Made Local Winter Market has had great success, coming back to Stackwood Creative Venue and Concept Store for a second year. The event, held over the August 11 to 13 weekend, was host to more than 20 stalls, selling locally made gifts, clothes and food. The market proved to not only satisfy...

6 Perth events to get you off the couch

Zeta Morgan, Staff Reporter

April 18, 2016


Filed under News

We all know the cooler seasons are the time to rug up, stay indoors and watch Netflix with a nice glass of red. But for those of you who feel like venturing out and facing the elements (although a stretch to say about a Perth winter), here are six events to get you off the couch and into some culture. Year 12 Pers...

Snack and snore? How to beat the food coma

Snack and snore? How to beat the food coma

Rika Potter, Staff reporter

October 23, 2015


Filed under News

It's happened to the best of us: You're at your desk happily studying, maybe even scrolling through your news feed, when suddenly you feel absolutely wiped out. It's been about an hour since you've eaten and your food baby is still kicking around in there, and now you're suffering from what feels...

Get the scoop on Perth’s best ice cream

Get the scoop on Perth’s best ice cream

Kristina Simich, Staff reporter

October 5, 2015


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, News

Ice cream, gelato, sorbet or frozen yoghurt? Whatever your craving, Perth has the variety, flavour, and the passion to experiment. Whether you are a gourmet indulgent foodie, health conscious or allergy conscious, there is a luscious scoop for kids and big kids alike. Gelato isn't just the Italian...

Wine tours – not just for old people

Wine tours – not just for old people

Alicia MacFarlane, Staff reporter

September 29, 2015


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

If you like drinking during the day, getting dressed up and indulging in chips and chocolate, then gathering your friends together for a wine tour should be on your bucket list. The traditional wine tour is an opportunity to get all of your favourite people and preferred alcoholic beverages together,...

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