With all the pomp and ceremony we’ve come to love from director Baz Luhrmann, ‘The Great Gatsby’ roared into our cinemas last week, shooting to number one in the biggest opening weekend for an Australian film.
Grossing more than 6.7 million dollars, this ‘Great American novel’ shot in Australia has been listed as the most successful adaptation yet.
But for those who haven’t read the book, how does it sit as a stand alone movie?
They’re glamorous, affectionate and love showing off, but the stars of this key feature aren’t searching for love or money; they’re looking for a home.
Last night The Lost Dogs’ Home opened their doors until 9 to celebrate their first themed adoption event, The Great Catsby. Coinciding with the release of the blockbuster film, the Catsby sought to make the Home more accessible to those working during the day, with staff dressing up to get in on the action.
Pale ales, wheats and malts – they’re all here.
The Great Australasian Beer SpecTAPular celebrates one of Australia’s most loved traditions; the art of beer drinking in the middle of the afternoon.
With a selection of 92 brews specially crafted for the event, plus some variations on old favourites, this beer fest is its third year after first being held at the Local Taphouse pubs in St Kilda and Darlinghurst in 2011. Two years and a Royal Exhibition Building later, GABS gives local and international brewers the chance to test their creations on some willing and soon-to-be-intoxicated Melburnians.
Today is Food Revolution Day, an initiative started by Jamie Oliver last year to raise awareness of the importance of good food and food education, particularly in schools. The day’s motto, cook it, share it, live it, aims to bring people around the world together to share their kitchen skills and learn more about what they cook.
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From home theatres to childrens’ play areas, you can design home automation around your lifestyle and family.
A home theatre picture in picture unit can monitor security cameras while using a home entertainment system.
With epoxy resins becoming more widely used in Australia, the need to further understand their associated hazards also rises.
Hazardous materials must be labelled and registered correctly, as well as identified to the worker handling them.
With controversy surrounding the use of Bisphenol A in everyday plastic products, is the compound in our plumbing goods?
Bisphenol A can be found in plastic products and resins.
A smart home isn’t just about the gadgets, it’s about knowing how to use your home’s controls to their maximum capacity.
Lighting, security and entertainment systems can all be controlled at the touch of a button.