In this interview, Shades Of Blue was ecstatic to have its microphones graced by the presence of three seasoned veterans of the Blues jams in Sydney; Stuart Back (a young buck eager to play live and develop his skills), Ray Falzon (a working man by day but ready to turn into a rock star by night) and the self described …
Tony Hoang’s amazing experience growing up in the drug capital of Australia as an ex-gang member and drug dealer for almost a decade is set to shock and inspire any audience.
Guido Gonzalez’s initial underline film, Riz, celebrating life in Cabramatta will have a premiere during a Sydney Film Festival.
Variety-the Children’s Charity is a national not-for-profit organisation committed to empowering Australian children who are sick, disadvantaged or who have special needs to LIVE, LAUGH & LEARN
Ingham institute calls out for recruits for australian-first study designed to help cancer patients and partners cope.
Three months after the Badgery’s Creek Airport announcement reporter Eddy Meyer examines the first report into how the three point six billion dollar infrastructure project is coming along.
Freedom is Mau Power’s second single, from his debut album The Show Will Go On, and features an incredible hook from the unmistakable Australian legend Archie Roach.
The federal government has approved the development and operation of the Moorebank Intermodal Terminal.
NSW Premier Mike Baird has announced a major expansion by the University of Western Sydney in the Liverpool City Centre.
The Red Shield Appeal is The Salvation Army’s primary annual fundraising drive and this year marks 50 years of the doorknock in Australia. The Red Shield Appeal Doorknock takes place on the weekend of 30th-31st May 2015, and it offers Australians from all walks of life a chance to not only get behind the Salvos but to be part of transforming the lives of people right around the country.