Australian Commercial Radio Awards

Australia’s best-known radio stars will gathered in Melbourne on Saturday night for the announcement of the winners of the 30th annual Australian Commercial Radio Awards at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.

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The man who was instrumental in bringing the Invictus Games to Australia

Former Australian Rugby Union footballer and captain of the Wallabies, Stephen Moore says the power of Invictus Games goes far beyond the actual event, and will leave a lasting legacy for Australia to look back on and remember inspirational stories of resilience.

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Sydney Beer Week

The Sydney Beer Week (SBW) 2018 program has today been announced, with over 130 events across Greater Sydney. The festival will take place from 26 October to 4 November with beer from across Australia and around the world on show. Continue reading Sydney Beer Week

Sydney Opera House 45th Anniversary: National Film & Sound Archive Tribute

The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) is marking the 45thanniversary of the Sydney Opera House with a new online collection, featuring rare footage from its first ever performances and official opening, as well as documentaries and news stories chronicling the history of Australia’s most iconic building – from 1957 through to today.

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Milky Lane Coogee Opening

Having visited the sites of Bondi and Parramatta, there’s a familiarity with the layout and style of the interiors which ties them all together and it’s the consistency in the menu and quality of preparation, more specifically the ‘Big Poppa’ that struck a cord.

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Powderfinger, Gurrumul and Goanna celebrated in Sounds of Australia

From one of the first women to have a hit song in the Australian charts, Pilita Corrales, to the highest selling Aboriginal album by Gurrumul, 10 essential sounds that helped define Australian history and culture have been added to the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia’s (NFSA) Sounds of Australia. Continue reading Powderfinger, Gurrumul and Goanna celebrated in Sounds of Australia

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