“We Risk Losing Something Quite Special”: 25 Melbourne Restaurateurs, Gallerists, Festival Organisers and More Respond to the Government’s Road Map to Reopening
22 Sep 2020
City File The people that drive this city’s culture are hurting. Their restaurants are shut. Their art galleries, boutiques and bandrooms are empty. They’re falling deeper into debt and despair. And while there’s a clear, five-step plan to get them back in the game, it has its detractors – including some top medical experts. How do those governed by the plan feel about it? We asked 25 people from diverse industries to share their thoughts.
Top Melbourne Takeaway This Week: Face-Numbing Hotpot From a Malatang Fave; Sicilian Cannoli in Cake Form; Chef Jerry Mai Is Back in ActionFood & Drink
24 Sep 2020
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Vincent Namatjira Is the First Indigenous Artist to Win the Archibald Prize
25 Sep 2020
Art & Design “I feel like this is a very important moment in Australian art,” said the artist in a statement. This year’s Wynne Prize was won by fellow Indulkana artist Hubert Pareroultja, and the Packing Room Prize went to Wongutha-Yamatji man Meyne Wyatt.
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Melbourne’s Restrictions Eased Again – Up to Five People (From Two Households) Now Allowed to Meet Publicly, Among Other Changes
27 Sep 2020
City File With the city’s 14-day new case average at 22.1, well ahead of target, Premier Daniel Andrews today announced some further, unplanned easings of restrictions – albeit slight.
A Private Jetty, Heated Pool and Roomy Balconies Make for a Luxurious Weekend Getaway at Clare de Lune Waterfront
24 Sep 2020
Travel Just a little over an hour from Sydney, the elegantly designed house is close to the best of what NSW's central coast has to offer, but feels a world away from big-city life.