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Cop your first look at Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s next season

Cop your first look at Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s next season

Brooklyn Nine-Nine are back! After being cancelled by Fox in May this year, everyone’s favourite TV cops have set up shop on NBC for their sixth season. Brooklyn Nine-Nine follows goofball cop Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg) and his precinct as they go about their day-to-day duties – usually made more difficult by Peralta’s antics. The show […]

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Bibliophile | Jackie Chan’s best advice? Never Grow Up

Never Grow Up by Jackie Chan with Zhu Mo HarperCollins Publishers After 200 films in 56 years, Jackie Chan received an honorary Academy Award in 2016. From a junior stuntman on Bruce Lee’s Enter the Dragon to the voice of Kung Fu Panda, generations of moviegoers know him for his acrobatic fighting style, comic timing […]

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Rae Sremmurd, Lil Pump, San Holo and more for FOMO by Night

Rae Sremmurd, Lil Pump, San Holo and more for FOMO by Night

FOMO by Night is coming to Perth on 10 January 2019 and will feature a line up including Rae Sremmurd, Lil Pump, Mimi and San Holo, alongside local artists Arno Faraji (pictured) and Your Girl Pho. The all on one stage event promised no clashes, so you’ll be able to catch every single artist. The […]

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Fresh tunes – add some new music to your life

Fresh tunes – add some new music to your life

Looking for some new sounds to liven up your life? Our team have taken a listen to some of the recently recent albums and new tunes and delivered a verdict on what’s worth downloading. Glades To Love You ★ ★ ★ ½ Following on from their EP from 2016, Glades’ debut album follows up on […]

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The annual debate over ‘Fairytale of New York’

The annual debate over ‘Fairytale of New York’

The festive season is definitely upon us, Christmas trees are filling shopping centres, TV shows are filled with tips on how to make the best glazed ham, houses are covered in lights pushing up the demand for electricity and… debate has broken out over whether Fairytale of New York should be played on the radio. The to-and-fro over […]

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Kylie Minogue adds Client Liaison to her Golden Tour

Kylie Minogue adds Client Liaison to her Golden Tour

Kylie Minogue just gave music lovers one additional reason to buy a ticket to her upcoming Golden tour, she’s just added Australian band Client Liaison to the bill. Client Liaison will join Kylie, and previously announced support act Jake Shears from the Scissor Sisters, at her shows in Perth and Sydney. A second Sydney show has […]

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Bibliophile | Life on the Leash shows love to our four-legged friends

Life on the Leash by Victoria Schade Allen & Unwin Cora Bellemy gave up a fast-track corporate job run Top Dog, her own dog training business. The 28 year old thrives on organization and has a knack for predicting doggy behaviour. Recovering from a recent break-up, her skills at predicting human behavior are not as […]

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Cott Film Fest reveals 2019 program

Cott Film Fest reveals 2019 program

Summer’s here and outdoor cinemas are springing up all over the city. From car park rooves to parks and reserves, there’s so many opportunities to catch up on some of newest films, or those you missed at the cinema, under the stars. One film festival you might not have come across before is the CottFilmFest, […]

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Beach House are ready to bring their dream pop sound to Perth Festival

Beach House are ready to bring their dream pop sound to Perth Festival

Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally began making music as Beach House in 2004 and earlier this year released their seventh album, which saw them embracing a different methodology for making music. In 2019 they’ll be heading to Western Australia bringing their lucious indie pop for the Perth Festival. Graeme Watson chatted to Victoria Legrand ahead […]

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‘Boy Erased’, ‘Riot’ and Hannah Gadsby win at the AACTA Awards

‘Boy Erased’, ‘Riot’ and Hannah Gadsby win at the AACTA Awards

Riot, ABC TV’s movie about the birth of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras picked up a bundle of awards at the AACTA Awards last night, Hannah Gadsby was also a winner for her comedy special Nanette, and the feature film Boy Erased picked up some trophies too. Riot won Best Mini-Series or Feature, Damon Herriman was named […]

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