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Writer Rank: 41
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Readers: 31253
Subscribers: 39
Articles: 55
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My WeekendNotes - 55
Despite recent government action to try to regulate this ride-sharing travel option, Uber is riding high on a wave of co... [more]
Moreton Bay's co-working space will surge with exhibits, refreshments and delightful things to buy this Saturday, when l... [more]
For the next week (May 22-31), four famous women from history, a group of World War Two soldiers and a defence lawyer wi... [more]
22/05/2015 - 31/05/2015
Love it or hate it, there's something mesmerising about Paris – the city of love. It was on a bright Saturday mornin... [more]
Officially opened on Bastille Day in 2008, C'est Bon celebrates all that is to love about the French – like croissants, ... [more]
Walking into Esher St. Café and Deli on a rainy day is like falling into a Jane Austen novel. Esher St. will take yo... [more]
The words Brisbane and Glamour have never really gone together. But Brisbane and Style – now that's a combo that's begin... [more]
In this day and age, when our workload can feel like an impeding tide that drowns us of energy in the evenings and on we... [more]
The Clem Jones tunnel was Brisbane's first privately financed internal city toll road and one of Queensland's largest in... [more]
We've all seen them. Those words scrawled or scratched into the door of a public toilet. Whether a bitter jeer, a ... [more]
11/12/2014 - 14/12/2014
There's something extraordinary about art. It can help us stand out or find our place. It inspires and fulfils. Art come... [more]
Italian seems to never go out of fashion. In this review, I interview L'angolo Bistro manager Laura to find out what mak... [more]
When The Dark Horse premiered as the Opening Night film at the NZIFF Film Festival on 17 July 2014, the National Radio... [more]
Brisbane's Botanic Gardens are for many the backdrop of great memories – like that comfy park bench you fell asleep on d... [more]
Brisbane is fast becoming a hub of live music, entertainment, art, culture and literature. Brisbanites celebrate art a... [more]
While life is about relationships, we tend to neglect even the most important of these throughout busy periods of the ye... [more]
There's work, there's play, and then there's golf. The epitome of relaxation to some and a presteigious hobby to others,... [more]
Eagle street pier is designed in such an attractive way that it has become a local hotspot for tourists and locals alike... [more]
Imagine a world without music. No music to make you happy. No music to highlight your finest moments in life. Without ... [more]
31/01/2015 - 01/02/2015
With an introspective bend of mind and few wandering thoughts, an art lover finds solace in the feeling that he or she h... [more]
The only day that this intriguing, fancy little Bistro is closed is on a Sunday. Otherwise E'CCO is open Tuesday to Frid... [more]
Coffee, tea, muffins, quiche ... it's a same old same old selection that can be found in probably every cafe around the ... [more]
Explore the continents this Sunday at the North Lakes State College Multicultural Carnival Markets. The carnival ... [more]
Ready. Steady. Go! And you're off, reading this sentence most probably at a speed of 200 words per minute, about as f... [more]
After US stockbroker Jordan Belfort's AU$275million empire crumbled to ruins in the late 1990's, the money laundering fr... [more]
Last weekend, on Montague Road, South Brisbane, Australia's first paint and sip studio celebrated its opening night. ... [more]
Years of restaurant-going experience has led me to the conclusion that you can tell a good Asian restaurant by the amoun... [more]
The best plays sweep you up, visually and emotionally, and drop you down amongst the action. They're so engaging you can... [more]
30/10/2013 - 16/11/2013
Since its opening about a year ago, the Botanic Bar has been the well-kept secret of students from the Queensland Univer... [more]
Commando Steve from The Biggest Loser will be on display this weekend at the 2013 Brisbane Fitness and Health Expo. (Lad... [more]
12/10/2013 - 13/10/2013
It was in 2011 that we lost the global bad-ass sensation that was Amy Winehouse. But her deep contralto vocals, manneri... [more]
05/12/2013 - 07/12/2013
I deem myself the World's Greatest Music Appreciator for the simple reason that playing an instrument has never quite wo... [more]
With less than a week to go until the 2013 Federal Election, some are getting excited, some are anxious, others are aski... [more]
Nothing makes me feel quite as culturally-savvy as saying "I knew him/ her/ that band ... before they were big". And... [more]
With a yearly average of 10 000 days of filming, London is a film location scout's heaven. Each day, thousand... [more]
A few wintery nights ago, an Enchantress turned a cruel, heartless Prince into a hideous Beast. In a small village below... [more]
Amigos! Tuesday nights have just got a whole lot more exciting with the launch of Quizmeister's Trivia at The Jubile... [more]
Just 30 minutes from Brisbane, the Redcliffe Peninsula comprises a picturesque combo of sun, sand and sea. ... [more]
Last Monday afternoon, a wintry gust swept my sister and me to wonderland. Never have I paused in a cafe entrance to... [more]
A Redcliffe waterfront regular, I've come to regard The Rustic Olive as the cupid of Moreton Bay's foodies. To pass ... [more]
In 2008, the National Farmers' Federation warned that as Australia emerges from drought, rural areas would be short of s... [more]
It began in 2009 with the merging of the Brisbane Festival and RiverFest. It brings more than half a million people ... [more]
07/09/2013 - 28/09/2013
If you didn't fall into any of the categories in Part 1, never fear! Exams may be looming ahead, but there's still time ... [more]
Do you count down the minutes in lectures? Hate doing assignments? Can't get your head around why there are several diff... [more]
If there's one thing I can't stand about public swimming pools it's sharing a lane with about five other people and pl... [more]
The other day, I experienced art in full bloom. Not just because the founders of West End's Art and Design Precinct ... [more]
10/05/2013 - 05/06/2013
We may be in the midst of autumn, but flowers are budding at Brisbane's Art and Design Precinct. By 'flowers' I mean... [more]
Public speaking. The mere thought of it makes some break into a cold sweat. Others find their knees start buckling. ... [more]
At the heart of Wooloongabba, on the corner of Potts Street and Stanley Street East, is what appears to be a cute, but o... [more]
Some time ago, in a Brisbane cafe, I came across a book that changed my life. The book taught me four affirmations that ... [more]
"I think something wonderful is starting to happen in Redcliffe, but people haven't realised it yet," Tracey Chapman tol... [more]
While the owner of Redcliffe waterfront's Thai Hut 2 has gone on holiday, leaving his restaurant closed until early May,... [more]
It may seem odd coming from a vegan, but I've always been sceptical of organic stores. These days, eco marketing is so i... [more]
I'm writing this from the table of a seaside café, whose owner has just served me a real latte. Everyone has his or ... [more]
We live a time where the definition of 'hot chocolate' has become a watery drink with a bit of milk and some vegetable-o... [more]