Cinema & theatre
Art & culture

AC - From the floor to the big screen: Damian Walshe-Howling

I remember the scene vividly. He lay motionless on his back. Blood streaming from a number of gunshot wounds. He stares blankly back at us. Lifeless. Dead. The year was 2008 and ‘Underbelly’ was on our TV screens.

Business people
Profiles

PR - Q&A with Janine Lum, founder of European Women in Business

She has a warm smile, curious blue eyes and she walks as though she’s gliding gently over the floor. Years have passed since she was last on a catwalk, but it seems that hers is a gait you never lose.

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Elaine Bocchini

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December 17, 2017

Wine
Food & wine

FW - The red wine and the unexpected benefits of moderate drinking

Several studies confirm that drinking wine in moderation benefits brain and its functions. In particular, it protects the brain from memory loss, dementia and cognitive decline.

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Agata Grimaldi

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January 14, 2018

Art
Art & culture

AC - WA Gets Exclusive Window Into the Life of Florentine Nobility

The Corsini family have been one of the most influential and notable Florentine families for the last seven centuries. Like the Borgias and the Medicis, in Florence, the Corsini family name is one that is synonymous with prestige, wealth and nobility.

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Daniele Foti-Cuzzola

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December 4, 2017

Travel
Lifestyle

LF - 5 Ways to Entertain Yourself in Melbourne

As anyone who’s spent time exploring Australia knows, Melbourne is a very fun city. Known largely for sport, adventure, and nearby beaches, it’s the capital of Victoria and a very popular tourist destination.

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