The resurgence of film photography

Every person carrying a smartphone has a good quality camera in their pocket, yet film photography is making a comeback. Hatch’s Thomas Tobler finds out why.

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Yoga is child’s play

It’s not footy, nor is it netball. It turns out yoga is the most popular sport in Australia. Research done by Roy Morgan Research shows that one in ten Australians aged 14 and over are now participating at some level.

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Review: The Wasp Factory

There is a strong disconnect between people and a good novel these days. People lack the time and attention span to sit and allow themselves to be immersed in a thrilling novel. Especially one where the core point, the pivotal

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The life and times of a budding fashion designer

It started with piecing scraps of material together to fit the contours of a barbie doll, now Xiangqiao Sheng has ambitions to combine technology and fashion design. “This question literally creates resonance in my heart,” she said.“Time progresses and fashion

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The Decisive Moment: The Art of Street Photography

Street photography is a style that has influenced me greatly.

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Free comedy offers the chance for success to the funny

Arj Barker. Tom Gleeson. Frank Woodley. We all know the headline acts featured at this year’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival.  The venues are big. The seats are full. However, down a lane on a less prominent stage, underground comedian Kieran

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Melbourne International Comedy Festival: Kirsty Webeck

Growing up, do you remember an adult saying or doing something and thinking, that doesn’t make sense? 

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THEATRE REVIEW: One Way Mirror

Hidden in the backroom of Potts Point World Bar, the Subtlenuance Theatre Company is unravelling the social experiments of the 1960s.

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Feeling ‘like a kid again’ at Moomba

Australia’s largest free community event celebrates another Moomba long weekend. Crowds from all over Australia take advantage of the Labour Day long weekend to celebrate Melbourne’s CBD and all the exciting attractions Moomba has to offer. The event runs over

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REVIEW: Katharina Grosse’s latest circus of colour

A colossal art installation has transformed Sydney’s historic Carriageworks site into a technicolour dreamland. 

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