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St Kilda Festival 2018 New Music Stage Announced

The New Music Stage provides some of Australia’s hottest new talent with an exciting platform at Australia’s largest free music festival to showcase their music, with the aim to support emerging talent and the growth of the Australian music industry. Ten emerging acts have been selected to play the New Music Stage on Sunday 11…

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Bruce Munro Light Installation in Albany for ANZAC Day

A light installation by renowned English artist Bruce Munro will form part of Albany’s commemoration in 2018 of the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War. The State Government, through Tourism Western Australia and Lotterywest, will support the work, which will feature more than 13,000 illuminated glass spheres representing the national flowers…

Five FADs announced for Tourquay Reef Victoria

The Andrews Labor Government is boosting fishing opportunities on Victoria’s surf coast, with new fish attracting devices (FADs) to be installed on the artificial reef in Torquay this summer. Minister for Agriculture Jaala Pulford has announced that the five yellow FADS would be attached to the reef by divers to attract kingfish – a highly…

20 Years of Gold Class

This year marks 20 years of Village Cinemas’ luxury theatre, Gold Class. The experience first launched at Crown Melbourne in 1997 and was the first of its kind in the world. In the 20 years since, the cinema has inspired international expansion, led the way in Australian cinema innovation, hosted an array of celebrities and…

Plans to Help get Western Rock Lobster to the Plate

Western Australians will get a chance to celebrate Christmas and New Year, with a new program to provide more the State’s most iconic seafood – the western rock lobster. “The Local Lobster Program provides a chance for more Western Australians and tourists to enjoy this popular seafood. This festive season why not take up the…

New Inclusive Children’s Playground

The Sienna Wood Shipwreck Adventure Park was officially opened today by Disability Services Minister Stephen Dawson. The 6,000-square metre playground, within the 6.3 hectare park, gives children with disability the opportunity to play, explore and socialise. “The opening of Shipwreck Park is a timely reminder of the importance of creating inclusive and accessible communities, which…

Live-Action Daphne and Velma Movie Coming in 2018

Warner Bros. Television Group’s digital studio Blue Ribbon Content is currently in production on “Daphne and Velma,” a live-action feature-length film reimagining the origins of Mystery Inc.’s fierce female duo, Daphne Blake and Velma Dinkley. From Ashley Tisdale and Jennifer Tisdale’s Blondie Girl Productions, the film, currently shooting in Atlanta, will be released by Warner…

World of Movie Experiences Coming to Westfield Plenty Valley

Village Entertainment has recently announced the plan to introduce the new World of Movie Experiences within Westfield Plenty Valley’s NEW dining and entertainment precinct. The first full concept cinema of its kind will see solely experience-based movie theatres on offer. Kirk Edwards, CEO Village Entertainment says the decision to develop a high-concept cinema offering is…

Spring Tree Planting Program in Canberra

Transport Canberra and City Services (TCCS) recently commenced its spring tree planting program that will see 605 trees planted across the ACT as part of its ongoing commitment to the management of Canberra’s world-renowned urban forest. Urban Treescapes Manager, Michael Brice acknowledged the importance of urbans trees to Canberrans and their role in improving the…

UberEATS and Village Cinemas Candy Bar

Every good Movie night needs popcorn, chocolate and everything else that is bad eat. Here is something that you need to know the next time you have a movie night, Village Cinemas has launched its candy bar onto the leading food delivery service, UberEATS. Available to those within UberEATS catchment radius, currently six Village Cinemas…