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Fringe Review: Love, Loss and Lattes

Love, Loss and Lattes Presented by Missy Forget breakfast. Coffee is Missy’s most important meal of the day. Throughout her performance in Love, Loss and Lattes, Missy takes us on an all-too-familiar journey of a coffee devotee through life’s […]

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Film Review: 45 Years

45 Years Directed by Andrew Haigh We hear fragments of The Platter’s ‘Smoke Gets In Your Eyes’ throughout 45 Years, a love song which is at turns nostalgic and regretful in the context of Andrew […]

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Film Review: Steve Jobs

Steve JobsDirected by Danny Boyle Michael Fassbender is the star of Steve Jobs even though he looks nothing like him. As the film unfolds though it becomes increasingly clear that director Danny Boyle and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin […]

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ADL – MEL

We went to a student media conference in Melbourne, listened to professionals speak, met fellow editors and got a taste of the city. Looking up at the stage from a sea of unworldly 20-somethings, I […]

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The U-Bahn

The train announces Orianenplatz and a worn-out Oma stirs her head. Between the shoulder pads of her winter coat she watches Berlin’s barren forest splinter behind the glass, and a young couple flirt over a […]

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Learning The Hard Way

On New Year’s Eve 2015, I found myself trekking to North Byron with seven mates and not much of a plan. It was completely out of character but it was happening – we were pulling […]

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Imag[in]e: Jackson Fenby

Jackson Fenby has a talent for turning people’s most o-guard moments into candid snaps. Since completing a Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning (Honours) in 2013, he’s embedded his work in local publications with no […]

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The Boat

The demon had been awoken. I could feel it in my submerged wooden hull before I could see it. I knew the ocean like an old friend. How its beautiful water ebbs, flows, torments and […]

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Red House

Sebastian ran his tongue along the edge of the white paper. It tasted like glue but smelt like glory. He looked at his friend with a pity in his eyes whilst he tried to roll a […]