VIDEO: Cake queen’s recipe for success

Cake maker and decorator, Daniella Boutros, speaks to Hatch about how she overcame adversity to build a successful business and media career.

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Internet kills the TV star

At the turn of the century Australians had limited choice when deciding what to watch. But less than two decades later, with Pay TV, streaming services and a multitude of online content, audiences are spoilt for choice.

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Singing the praises of social media

Before the proliferation of social media, bands relied on traditional methods to attract audiences to shows – posters plastered on lightpoles and walls, media interviews and advertising, and word of mouth.

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Brigid Delaney’s journey into ‘Wellmania’

Senior Guardian writer Brigid Delaney has chronicled her extraordinary health journey in a new book, Wellmania – Misadventures in the search for Wellness. 

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The rise, fall, and reformation of Buffalo

Almost half a century after they first formed, Australian Blues band Buffalo Revisited is back with a new name and new members. Returning member Dave Tice talks to CHLOE RICHARDSON about his musical journey and what it’s like to discover

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Picnic at Hanging Rock adaptation ‘will strengthen tourism’

The remake of Peter Weir’s 1975 classic Australian film Picnic at Hanging Rock as a six-part TV mini-series won’t be out until next year – but the show’s already got the famous bush site bracing for incoming tourists.

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Live music: standing up to sexual assault

On the cold sidewalk of Sydney’s Oxford Street, Savannah Young stands shivering as an icy wind presses her sweat-drenched T-shirt against her body. The motion almost masks her paranoid trembling, as recollections of the night flicker repeatedly through her mind.

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ICYMI: This week in music

Finalists announced for Triple J Unearthed High, K-Pop group celebrates tenth anniversary and Paramore tour teased.

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World’s priciest fungus pops up in Melbourne

As a celebrated ‘foodie’ city, it’s hardly surprising Melbourne has an annual Truffle Festival – but it’s a bit more unusual to find a stall that looks like a newspaper stand selling these delicacies right on Collins Street.

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Tyler, the Creator: Flower Boy Review

Through painful isolation, maturation and self-reflection, Flower Boy, the latest album from Tyler, the Creator, gives the world its first real look at Tyler, the person.

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