Though he didn’t know it at the time, Floyd Town first bumped up against life in the raw shortly after his second birthday.
“I would have been a risk to the community as an engineer,” actor Steve Mouzakis tells Clare Kennedy.
From the small town of Balaklava in South Australia, a dogged newspaper, The Plains Producer , continues to entertain and inform – just as it has done since 1903.
Dennis Coard may have been a late starter, but he has since made up for it. The beloved Michael Ross from Home and Away waited until he was 35 years old before starting out on his professional acting journey.
Fetes, chocolate drives and raffle tickets are the traditional way for schools to fundraise, but crowdfunding offers a simple way to reach the community, without leaving your lounge room.
After a lifetime telling other people’s stories, television and theatre actress Caroline Johansson has found joy writing travel memoirs with a literary edge.
Filmbites is a school that teaches filmmaking, acting for film, animation and gaming for children aged five to 18, with an attached casting agency for those who want to build a career.
In 1983, Margaret Manuel’s husband Roger woke his wife to tell her that they would soon be living and working in Balaklava, South Australia, population about 1700.
It’s rather apt that the home of Melbourne’s Centre for Contemporary Photography (CCP) is a building whose design is based on the geometry of a nautilus…
From hot lead to computers to laptop, Berwyn Lewis witnessed dramatic changes over her forty-year writing career.
Jim Hargrave was on the frontline when an industry super fund for printers was mooted in the 1980s. “By holding out to have our own industry fund, we have come a long way.”
Not everyone has an easy ride to success. Tenacity and commitment have helped keep this aspiring actor’s dream alive.
At 39 years of age, Andrew Manuel might just be the youngest regional newspaper magnate in Australia.
André de Vanny won the 2015 Green Room Award for best theatre actor. The accolade arrives after the film and tv star delivered a scorching interpretation of Ray in Glory Dazed for Red Stitch Theatre.
After about twenty-six years in the entertainment industry as an actor and presenter, Tula Tzoras has picked up a few lessons she believes worth sharing.
Many children say they want to be a movie star. But for one Perth-based youngster that dream is within reach.
James O’Loghlin believes that perspiration always trumps inspiration. The children’s book author and host of The New Inventors believes in being busy.
Prue Waterman, Sheila Turner, Kerry Burgess, Lisa Cook, Angela Burke, Daphne Graham, the Reverend Grace Curtis and Pippa Ross have something in common…
One fateful day and a passion to protect our wilderness inspired Hunter G to take a road trip to The Kimberley,