August 24, 2018

Turning Pages: When it’s good to break the writing rules

Some inviolable writing advice needs to be broken from time to time.
August 24, 2018

China: We’ll respond to ‘unreasonable’ US tariffs

China will keep hitting back at Washington as the US piles on more trade tariffs, the Chinese finance minister has said. 
August 24, 2018

Flight Facilities review: Dynamic duo quickly reaches cruising altitude

Sydney electronic musicians Flight Facilities have achieved considerable success via a clutch of singles and two albums.
August 24, 2018

Rudy Giuliani defends Trump on St Andrews golf trip

FORMER New York mayor Rudi Giuliani last night claimed the American people would “revolt” if Donald Trump was impeached. The President’s lawyer was speaking during a golfing trip to St Andrews yesterday.
August 24, 2018

Missing Patti Henry: Police hunt for van in Girvan and Paisley

A WOMAN missing for more than nine months may have been bundled into a van and killed, police fear. Mother-of-one Patricia Henry has not been seen by family or friends since November last year.
August 24, 2018

Sir Chris Hoy reveals secret of his Olympic success

SIR CHRIS Hoy has revealed the secret behind his Olympic success – and he’s been sitting on it for all this time. The six-time cycling Olympic gold medallist revealed on Twitter that he used to cycle around with a four leaf clover stuck underneath his ...
August 24, 2018

Music reviews: Interpol, Blood Orange, Mehdi Rostami & Adib Rostami and more

Mehdi and Adib Rostami's Melodic Circles, Blood Orange's Negro Swan, Interpol's Marauder, Andy Zimmerman's Half Light, Indigo Girls' Live with the University of Colorado Symphony Orchestra and Wild Nothing's Indigo.
August 24, 2018

Exhibition digs deep into the remarkable gardens of Gordon Ford

Horticulturalist Annette Warner says there is still much to uncover.
August 24, 2018

Sorry, James. That conversation-killer behind you has caught my eye

I want to drink in a bar without a TV. I want the unsullied intertwining of sullied minds as we travel, laughing, from sobriety to that other place.
August 24, 2018

A hundred years on, can Germany learn to love Bauhaus?

The inter-war movement that revolutionised art and design has always been more popular abroad.
August 24, 2018

Soprano Jessica Pratt prepares for the tears as Victorian Opera’s Juliet

Shakespeare's doomed lovers will be played by two of Australia's most acclaimed female opera stars.
August 24, 2018

On her way to Australia, Dionne Warwick counts her blessings

With a chart record surpassed only by Aretha Franklin, the septuagenarian survivor seems mostly content to let her hits do the talking.