Devil’s Dust: corporate scandal and human tragedy
Articles / Entertainment

Devil’s Dust: corporate scandal and human tragedy

He was drunk in The Slap, formidable in Bikie Wars, now Anthony Hayes is unrecognisable as anti-asbestos campaigner Bernie Banton in Devil’s Dust. The two-part series tells the story of Banton’s battle for compensation against James Hardie, the corporate giant which for years continued to manufacture asbestos products despite evidence of its dangers to health. … Continue reading

Melbourne welcomes Prince Charles
Articles / State News / World News

Melbourne welcomes Prince Charles

School children and war veterans were among Melburnians who lined up to meet Prince Charles at the National Gallery of Victoria this morning. The Prince of Wales, accompanied by Victorian Premier Ted Baillieu, smiled for photographs and shook hands with fans young and old before entering the NGV for the Housing Melbourne Symposium. The Prince and wife Camilla, the … Continue reading

Sisters Strutt their artistic stuff
Articles / Arts

Sisters Strutt their artistic stuff

Identical twins Catherine and Jennifer Strutt are bringing their joint artistic vision to Hobart with the opening exhibition at Penny Contemporary Gallery. ‘Assemblages’ showcases the Strutt Sisters’ unique bricolage, inspired by colour, music, Scandinavian design and a 1950s aesthetic.”There is something ‘happy’ about the 1950s we like to tap into,” Jennifer said. Catherine and Jennifer … Continue reading