Newcastle Coffee Snobs vs. Corner House by Michelle Kot

As a young lass, the ‘corner shop’ for me was a haven of hot chips and a pretty good haul of a bag of mixed lollies for 20 cents. Today, in the age of smashed Vegemite on a chopping board, you can get so much more from your corner store – or, in this case, the ‘Corner House’ we visited last month on the corner of Union and Laman Streets, Cooks Hill.

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Eastside Grammar | Their new E.P, 'Head Cinema', & the struggles of self-funded artistry by Hannah Stretton

I personally love a good story about humble beginnings and when it comes to Eastside Grammar, humble at best, is how you'd describe these talented working class men. From uni mates in a share-house bickering about the footy, to creative jam session buddies, Michael Crellin & Charlie Raby have come a long way since meeting back in 2015. 

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Bravo Victor's, 'Fire & Ice', Live Music Video - Out Now! by Hannah Stretton

Back at it again, with yet another beautifully shot music video, is the illuminating duo - Bravo Victor. This time, with a stripped back rendition of 'Fire & Ice', a fan favourite and vocal crescendo from their self-titled EP. Lucky for us all, the video has come out a little earlier than expected too, which is an epic treat for Bravo Victor fans and some, hopefully, newly acquired fans. 

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Free Workshop Empowering Young People On This Weekend by Brooke Tunbridge

​​​​​​​Being Herd, a free two day workshop that empowers young people to give a voice to their story of mental ill health is on in Newcastle this weekend.

The workshop is aimed at helping young people aged 18 to 30 who want to learn how to share their experiences of mental ill health to help other young people.

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