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Six Square Metres by Margaret Simons  – Book Review by Meldi

Six Square Metres by Margaret Simons – Book Review by Meldi

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Her day job is as the Director of the Centre for Advancing Journalism at the University of Melbourne. Her personal sanctuary is her vegetable garden in an inner city suburb of Melbourne which comprises six square metres. Reading this book on gardening – which Margaret Simons cautions early on is…

DineSmart 2015 – Dine Out at Xmas and Help Out the Homeless

DineSmart 2015 – Dine Out at Xmas and Help Out the Homeless

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Dine Out at Xmas and Help Out the Homeless between 9th November and 31st December 2015, as StreetSmart Australia take action against homelessness with DineSmart

InART Bespoke Art Experiences – Tim Storrier’s Studio & More

InART Bespoke Art Experiences – Tim Storrier’s Studio & More

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The luxe ladies of InART Jenny Garber and Angeline Collings have ‘pop up’ events coming at Sydney in Spring, including a visit to artist Tim Storrier AM at Home

Paris: City of Light and Love – Part 2, Jo Bayley On Tour

Paris: City of Light and Love – Part 2, Jo Bayley On Tour

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Is it possible to fall in love all over again? Can a city bewitch with her charms over and over? And can new joys be discovered after many years away? Well, if we are talking Paris, then the answers are yes, yes and yes! Sometimes we can be surprised by…

Buckingham Palace, Special Summer Opening of the State Rooms

Buckingham Palace, Special Summer Opening of the State Rooms

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‘A Royal Welcome’ to The State Rooms at Buckingham Palace in London in Summer 2015, will be sure to please both locals and visitors to England at the same time

Bilbao, San Sebastian & Vitoria Gasteiz – Basque Culture

Bilbao, San Sebastian & Vitoria Gasteiz – Basque Culture

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Now I know I was supposed to talk about Madrid this week, but I have decided to regale you with tales of the Basque country and leave the capital and largest city of Spain until last. So here we go The three last stops on our tour of glorious Spain…

Storm in a Teacup, Trip Down the Peninsula for the Best Brew

Storm in a Teacup, Trip Down the Peninsula for the Best Brew

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Storm in a Teacup is an exhibition coming soon to Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, illustrating how tea has an important role in people’s everyday lives

Susie Loudon & Joan Bowers – Art of Fine Living Sydney Style

Susie Loudon & Joan Bowers – Art of Fine Living Sydney Style

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Both Susie Loudon of The Bay Tree in Queen Street Woollahra and Joan Bowers in her gallery at Mary Place in Paddington, offer clients quality goods and service