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Artist in Residence – Art of reincarnation

Mosaics and paint are more than mediums to Helen Millar, they're separate “worlds”. LUKE VOOGT speaks to the Highton artist about her creative passions;...

Fire and Iceland

As our region enjoyed one of its warmest summer holiday seasons in memory, Barwon Heads' JUSTIN FLYNN visited one of the world's coldest countries...

Local Sounds – Nathan Seeckts

Hamlyn Heights singer-songwriter Nathan Seeckts remembers his relief and pride when he listened to his debut album for the first time last October. He...

History Repeated – Grist for the Mill

She's 160 years old but only really lived for less than two decades. JUSTIN FLYNN investigates the intriguing past of historic Portarlington Mill. The grand...

What’s Cooking – Buttering up

Watching her mother make butter on the kitchen table of their family dairy farmhouse was the dawn of a career for Ocean Grove's Monica...

What’s Cooking – Ebony & Ivory on top

Ebony & Ivory has established itself as one of Geelong’s favourite restaurants under the management of Jurgen Schlotzer and Ninni Stagno. The pair took...

Looking Good – What to wear on eyes

Can you say, 'I wear eyewear from Eyewear on Pako’? The team at Eyewear on Pako invites customers to check out the business's extensive range...

Antiques & Collectibles – Light relief

Home owners have seen the light at Peter Hames’ Oakwood Restorations. Or perhaps that should be they are seeing the right lights for their period-home...

Antiques & Collectibles – Ceramics intrigue

Moorabool Antique Galleries’ two floors of intriguing objects range from furniture to silverware and almost everything in between. But the business is widely renowned for...

Home Bodies – Axis of awesome

The successful Warralily development will be first to bring town-home living to the Armstrong Creek Growth Area in a neighbourhood to be known as...

Antiques & Collectibles – Swords of honour

Geelong military antiques collector Graeme Acton has been dealing with swords for more than three decades but none have piqued his passion as much...

Whale of a time

He’d mingled in Monaco, lounged in London and partied in Paris, but photographing whales in the tropical waters off Tonga was a whole new...

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In Conversation – Simon Gleeson

From starring on stage in London's West End to life with Mamma Mia's Natalie O'Donnell in Geelong West, Simon Gleeson speaks to LUKE VOOGT...

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