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The Dismissal

Director, actor and producer, Jay James Moody and his very own Theatre Company, Squabbalogic, are presenting a brand new musical based on the dismissal of Gough Whitlam at the Seymour Centre. It will be a short run as the production is billed as a pre-world premiere which means that the company needs to gauge audience […]

Food News – Fairfield RSL

In the week that former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam died, I spent time in his old electorate, Werriwa. I was there visiting Fairfield RSL, touted as the gastronomic destination of the West.

Whitlam legacy lives on in Glebe

By Chris Sutton Edward Gough Whitlam passed away last week at age 98 but his influence on the revival of Glebe will not be forgotten. “Few places in Australia are richer in history than the inner-Sydney suburb of Glebe,” wrote Mr Whitlam. Mr Whitlam created the Department of Urban and Regional Development (DURD) which purchased […]

The Workers

At a time when the Labor Party seems to stand for little more than getting back into power, this place harks back to the days when it used to stand for something: the workers. It’s guaranteed to bring a tear to the eye to anyone who remembers the glory days of Whitlam, Hawke and Wran.