First Day On The Job

Today marks my first day of work experience at Eastside Radio. I’m Isla, a year 10 student at the International French School of Sydney, and I chose to do work experience here because of my continued love of the media. I have always been invested in journalism, and there has never been a time in […]

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Long-Lasting tourist’ Bringing Vibes to the Cultural Scene

Hola, I am Silvana. I’m not a tourist, but I may look like one. This is my story, summarised in six paragraphs. I’ve been living in Australia for the last 10 years, but I was born on the hot Caribbean Coast of Colombia and grew up in the city with the second-biggest carnival in South […]

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Review: Song of the Earth at the City Recital Hall

May 15, 2024 City Recital Hall Australian Chamber Orchestra  Review by Paul Neeson (Arts Wednesday) Two of Australia’s biggest musical exports in mezzo-soprano Catherine Carby and tenor Stuart Skelton, return home for a season of late romantic masterpieces with the Australian Chamber Orchestra. Works by Richard Wagner, Alma Mahler-Werfel and Gustav Mahler were all arrangements […]

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Candlelight Vigil For The Bondi Junction Tragedy

Community to come together for a candlelight vigil in wake of Bondi Junction tragedy A candlelight vigil, supported by Waverley Council and the NSW Government, will be held on Sunday 21 April to allow community to come together and honour the victims of the Bondi Junction tragedy. The vigil will begin at 5.30pm on Sunday […]

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Review: Potted Potter at the Seymour Centre

APRIL 18, 2024 Seymour Centre, Sydney Review by Paul Neeson (Arts Wednesday) Potted Potter is ostensibly a show for kids, but don’t be fooled, this adult, with all the others, found himself laughing and intrigued from beginning to end – my inner child enthralled by the magic of the two man parody of the JK […]

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Shout Sister Shout: Epilogue (IWD 2024)

Motherhood & Music – Not just the Lullaby Approx. 6 minutes to read Motherhood & Music – Not just the Lullaby is an interview series that unveils all the beauty, complexity, challenge, wonder and joy interwoven into the experience of musicians who are mothers. I chose this title, because often times when we think of mothers […]

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“I Want To Do Something With Media“

Good music is by my side every day: The voice of John Lennon helps me through sad days, the musical diversity of ABBA makes me smile, I listen to Coldplay with my friends and dance to Queen songs. Music is great! Life is for the living.Death is for the dead.Let life be like music.And death […]

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Shout Sister Shout: Briana Cowlishaw (IWD 2024)

Motherhood & Music – Not just the Lullaby Approx. 7 minutes to read Briana Cowlishaw is a new mum to baby Kaia. 8 months into motherhood and getting back into the swing of things at work, Briana tells me about juggling her portfolio career as a performing musician, singer/song writer, visual artist, educator and Music […]

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Shout Sister Shout: Caitlin Yeo (IWD 2024)

Motherhood & Music – Not just the Lullaby Approx. 6 minutes 30 seconds to read If you look at Caitlin Yeo’s body of work, you may come to realise that her music has impacted you in a big way. She is one of the greatest musical storytellers with her composition and style bringing to life […]

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