Newcastle is a place for the big, small, tiny or tall. The many adventures you can take and the extraordinary endeavours you may approach upon, open your heart and soul to fully adore Newcastle.Read More
I’m a Newcastle ex-pat, currently living and working in Sydney. I’ve lived in Sydney for close to ten years now and I’ve come to a realisation - I’m chronically homesick.Read More
Why do you love Newcastle?Read More
The modern world is a treasure trove full of weird and wonderful things, which includes this star in the making, Enig-matic (Maddison Camps) and her newest EP, 'Goon Love'.Read More
Okay girls, let's be honest - the gym can be a super intimidating place at times, right? Sometimes you feel out of place and like you are constantly competing with big gym junkie egos. Well, I think I may have just found something that will change your perspective on the gym/cross-fit experience & get you pumped to go every time. That discovery is Lissome, a gym for women by women.Read More
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.Read More
Back in March we gave a little shout-out to the beautiful electronic synth-pop duo, Amos & Emily, as they made their return to the stage at Darby Street Live. Now, in wake of a new single and some other pretty exciting things on the horizon, we are showcasing the talents of one-half of the duo, Amos Wellings a.k.a Skyepaint - the indie-electronic mastermind that is revamping, re-distinguishing and re-furbishing the indie-electronic genre.Read More
Stop getting caught up in thinking the same way.Read More
Should all news be reported on?
This was my internal question this week when reading a local news site reporting a new story on fig trees being cut down in Newcastle. Shock horror, some of these old trees are starting to do some real damage to infrastructure as well as becoming unsafe for the local public.
Clicking towards the end of the first week of 2018.
Many of us a preparing for Monday when the year really kicks back into gear with work. Some of us (like myself) have already clocked a few hours and it is almost the norm already that it is a new year. You might have even mucked up a New Years Resolution by now.