Student and graduate take short film to the big screen.
Geeks use Facebook to hound celebrity couple.
Spike in record sales prods Perth music scene.
Mainstreamers say they are on the outer.
Professionalism eludes local bands. CAM FINDLAY reports.
Curtin students take big steps in their theatrical careers. JORDAN NIX reports.
Amplifier Capitol to replace glasses with plastic drinkware. GIAN DE POLONI reports.
KATHRINE WESTERN interviews Kjetil Astrup and Markus Bakkegaard Hermansen about showcasing their work in four continents.
SHU DUAN ONG focuses on the YouTube celebrities’ performances.
International and local acts entertained fans of funny at Perth’s best live venues, TOM JOCKEL reports.
MEGAN KELLY and her guests assess the dining ambience.
THE L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival heated up as graduate designers from across the country showcased their collections on the runway.
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