Hot Yoga, Lemon Tarts and Late-Night Steak: What a Dancer for The Australian Ballet Gets Up to Outside Rehearsals and Performances
24 Oct 2023
City File Between barre classes, rigorous rehearsals and double-show weekends, there isn’t a lot of time for much else – so Drew Hedditch makes the most of every free minute. In partnership with the Australian Ballet, the Swan Lake performer talks us through a typical week, his “ultimate favourite coffee”, escaping the studio for lunch and his late-night haunts.
From January 2023, You’ll Need a Referral To Get a Medicare-Funded PCR Test
12 Dec 2022
City File The Australian government wants us to move away from “Covid exceptionalism”. You’ll also only be able to claim 10 subsidised visits to psychologists after the Australian government slashed that service by half.
Food Cooked in Lava, Waste-To-Plate Dining and True Happiness: Future Cities Is Predicting How Our Cities Will Change
12 Oct 2022
City File The way our habits and lifestyles change is both incremental and seismic. Ahead of the latest Future Cities report by Broadsheet and think tank SOON, we chatted to futures strategist Tully Walter about how the pandemic and the climate crisis have forever altered the way we will live.
In the Works: Three Radical Rejuvenations That Will Change the Face of Melbourne
19 Sep 2022
City File The city will soon be home to the tallest tower in the southern hemisphere (where Melbourne’s most expensive apartment sold for a cool $35 million), and Australia’s largest contemporary art and design gallery (described as an architectural marvel). Plus coming soon, the city’s biggest public square and an arts hub curated by Paris’s Centre Pompidou.