SARAH HUDSON AN OCEAN Grove illustrator has sewn up a deal with a global clothing brand.
JILLIAN LOGAN PERFUME in the garden is valued all year round, but especially over the warmer months.
JEREMY VINCENT THERE’S no excuse for not including salad in your diet any time of the year.
ROBERT Imhoff was 21, just starting his photography career, when he shot a Vogue magazine spread.
DAVID Heatley’s personal theme song should be Ain’t No Mountain High Enough.
MALDON’S Uniting Church pulpit will now hold an easel rather than sermon notes, writes SARAH HUDSON
THE Huon Show is set to attract up to 14,000 people to Ranelagh Showgrounds tomorrow.
THE 2014 Dunkeld Races were off and racing on the weekend.54
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WARRACKNABEAL’S Wheatlands Agricultural Machinery Museum has received a $250k bequest from a local doctor and is now extending the mus...14
JON Munn has close to 400 vintage and classic bikes at his Classic Style Australia business, and he will be bringing a handful of his best t...17
CAR enthusiasts often baulk when asked to choose a favourite, but MG fan Marguerite Morgan has no problem.
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THINK of the Snowy River and most people imagine Banjo Paterson’s famous poem.
GIPPSLAND locals are accustomed to seeing Peter Coleman chugging along on his steam roller.
Warracknabeal Museum Museum’s good medicine
A BEQUEST from a Warracknabeal doctor has the town’s Wheatlands Agricultural Museum on the move.
A GOOD head for sums and hard yakka help a traditional store thrive
IF farmers stand to lose first from a climate changing, why aren’t they, tearing down the doors of Canberra?
ON December 6, 2012 Robert Armstrong’s life changed from that of professional to cancer patient.
IS THE natural gas plan about to become a costly albatross?
MEMORIES of the heady aroma of freshly shorn sheep are recalled as you read the memoirs of Hugh Tindall.
TINA Marie Clark grew up in Africa and uses her first-hand knowledge throughout My Brother-But-One.
IT WAS a century ago — July 1914 — that World War I began, concluding four years later.
LET’S hope the average GP doesn’t view their patients quite as miserably as Dr Marc Schlosser does.
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AUSTRALIAN actor Damon Gameau tried a low-fat, high-sugar diet for 60 days in a groundbreaking experiment. And the results are shocking.
PROOF that advertising really doesn’t have to have anything to do with the product it’s selling — this year’s Pirelli calendar features nudity on a whole new level.
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WOULD you pay well over $1 million for a one-bedroom apartment? Check out the Melbourne pad that just fetched top dollar.
GARAGES are rarely a top selling point, but autographs left by Fangio and other motoring champions have buyers racing to this home.
KIM Kardashian and Kanye West are believed to be in negotiations to buy an island off the coast of Gladstone for $5 million.
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EXCLUSIVE: The world’s longest-serving 747 pilot will hang up his Qantas wings today after bringing his own family home from Los Angeles.
IT started with a review about a Mexican hotel that didn’t look like the photos. Now TripAdvisor receives more than 100 reviews and opinions every minute.
WHEN your ex-fiance hooks up with your ex-housemate/bestie you need to get away. So The Bachelor BFFs are living it up in Vietnam.
BARNABY Joyce says it was the Liberal Party’s job — not the National Party’s — to fight for SPC Ardmona’s future.