Debunking 5 Of The Most Common Dog Training Myths And Misconceptions

Owning a dog comes with great responsibility, but is nevertheless a rewarding experience. You get a very good companion that will stay loyal and true until their very last breath. Not only will you gain a pet, but a family and a friend for...

The Importance of Quality Perth Packaging Materials

If there is one thing about packing services, Perth professionals cannot do without, it is quality packing materials. While many items may appear robust when they are inside your home, when you add moving them to another location into the equation, they can immediately...

Statement on SKM re-opening timetable by Port Phillip Council Mayor Dick Gross

Port Phillip Council regrets it must continue temporarily diverting recyclables to landfill. While we had been advised SKM would be ready to re-accept recyclables collected from Port Phillip from tomorrow (20 February),  it became apparent today that this no longer the case. We share the disappointment...

Morrison government defeated on medical bill, despite constitution play

Six of the seven crossbenchers backed the ALP amendment to the bill that had come from the Senate. Lukas Coch/AAP The government has suffered a historic defeat in the House of Representatives, with Labor and crossbenchers passing the legislation facilitating medical transfers from Manus and...

Listen To Older Voices : David Flint – Part 3

Welcome to the penultimate program in the Life and Times story of David Flint. David hides nothing as he shares stories freely about the Melbourne music scene in the mid to late 60’s through into the 70’s, including some stories never told before. We listen...

Rainbow flag flies in Pride March curtain raiser

(From left) Port Phillip Council CEO Peter Smith, Mayor Dick Gross, Crs Ogy Simic and Tim Baxter, Midsumma CEO Karen Bryant and Cr David Brand at the flag raising
The Rainbow Flag is flying at the St Kilda Town Hall ahead of Sunday’s (3 February) Midsumma Pride March. Starting earlier at 11am this year, this is the first time thousands of marchers will pass Council’s rainbow road as they make their way down Fitzroy...

SPARC Theatre production a Greek Odyssey

Stezzo and George, members of SPARC Theatre. Photo by Nicolette Forte and graphic design by Lou Endicott.
Far from a Greek tragedy, SPARC Theatre’s latest production is a lively reimagining of an ancient comedy interspersed with reflections of what it’s like living in supported modern day accommodation as a member of the Greek community. A third of SPARC’s diverse company identify as...

How to Find the Best Electronic Cigarettes?

An electronic cigarette, commonly known as vape consists of two main parts: A battery and an atomizer aka clearomizer. A battery is responsible for producing energy and sending an electrical pulse to the clearomizers. This, in turn, heats and vaporizes the e-liquid through its...

Torch exhibition shines a light on Indigenous incarceration

Journey of the Kookaburra (Sam, Kurnai Wirangu Kokatha)
The Torch exhibition showcasing art by current or former Indigenous offenders is shining brighter than ever on its milestone 10th anniversary. More than 200 artworks will be showcased at the free Confined 10 exhibition at The Carlisle Street Art Space, St Kilda Town Hall, from...

Port Phillip Council renews pill testing push

The City of Port Phillip has renewed its call for the Victorian Government to allow it to become home to the State’s first pill testing trial. “Almost two years ago, our Council passed a resolution calling on the Government to immediately legislate to make a...