SARAH HUDSON AT 7am each morning, when Sally Wilson swims at Ocean Grove, the reality of her new life truly sinks in.
SARAH HUDSON ACROSS the snow-capped summit of Mt Baw Baw comes the evocative, eerie howling of Huskies.
Jeremy Vincent SIMPLE minced meats and spices combine to create the foundation for a delicious and versatile meal.
IN West Gippsland, it’s known as the valley of the trestles.
PASSIONATE tree growers from the Otways are sharing their skills and time to help Ugandan rural communities.
THE BUCK family love their dairy-themed letterbox so much they took it with them when they moved.
AT 7am each morning, when Sally Wilson swims at Ocean Grove, the reality of her new life truly sinks in.
Madame Weigel catalogues the history of rural women’s fashion from the 1880s.25
Graeme and Felicite Wylie created a 1480s replica caravel ship from unwanted timber.18
The two Maremma dogs bound around the grassy enclosure, barking at thin air.20
At first glance, the town of Port Albert bears no resemblance to a Greek island.12
TALK to Edward Mahony and words such as “dynamic”, “community” and “rejuvenation” flow freely.
THERE was a time when Patrice Repellin worked in the world’s best restaurants and served Michael Jackson.
ACROSS the snow-capped summit of Mt Baw Baw comes the evocative, eerie howling of Huskies.
IN 1968 Childtern local Hilda Dow simply turned the lock on her pharmacy and never reopened.
ENTHUSIAST John Spunner is meticulous about caring for his 1970 Mercury Boss Cougar Eliminator.
CRAIG Jones created a wooden version of his 1965 Chrysler Valiant ute.
WAS Ned Kelly the quintessential Australian Robin Hood, a larrikin who ended up on the wrong side of the law, or a thug?
THIS weekend’s Bendigo Writers Festival offers a big line-up for a bush event.
PUBLIC Transport Victoria is seeking your say about how to deliver train, bus and coach services for the bush.
MEGGS Hannes didn’t ever lock her farmhouse. Not at night. Not when she wasn’t there during the day.
TRAVEL is food for the soul. It’s also deadly for human life on the planet.
HERE’S a cooking trend prediction for you: prawn cocktails will be the next big thing.
Northern Heat has everything: suspense, a love story, mystery, murder and even a cyclone
SOME readers may remember the John Bryan Kerr case.
IF EVER you’re in London, head to Belgravia for a piece of cake at Peggy Porschen’s Parlour.
LIAM FLYNN doesn’t care if you don’t like it. If you pay to eat, that doesn’t mean everyone has to endure your kids.
THE husband of an astronaut shortlisted for a Mars mission has revealed why he and her children support her decision to sign up for the one-way trip.
IF YOU’RE a woman and you’re feeling the cold when you’re at work, you’re not imagining it. Blame it on the men.
PINING for the good old days when houses were cheaper and it was much easier to get into the market? It might not be as hard today as you think.
MOST of us can only dream of buying these homes, or more specifically, of winning the lottery and then buying them. You can peek inside for free though.
MELBOURNE’S median house price climbed $25,000 in three months as more buyers were forced to look in middle and outer suburbs.
THESE places are so incredible it’s hard to believe the world doesn’t know about them. Here’s where to go when you want to get away from it all.
AT FIRST glance this quiet suburban street doesn’t seem challenging. But looks are tremendously deceptive and it’s a tough slog to the top.
NOMA, the Danish restaurant voted best in the world four times, has just announced it will open a pop-up restaurant in Australia next year.
FIREARMS regulators have been working to further tighten Australia’s strict gun ownership laws.
THE Victorian Government fears thousands of farmers may be forced to apply for planning permits to keep operating.