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CLARE PETERS, GLASS ARTIST AND ‘SLUMPER’

Keen to know more about slumping? Head to a mudbrick workshop building in Fountaindale and all will be revealed. Nestling in a tranquil valley at …

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PeopleWINTER 2022

HOW WE MET: NICK & CHLOE, The Stables of Somersby

Chloe and Nick met at her brother’s wedding, where Nick was the DJ.

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THE LOUGHLIN LOOK

ROB AND JESSICA LOUGHLIN, NORAH HEAD.

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BRYAN BROWN ON HIS FIRST BOOK, ‘SWEET JIMMY’.

Bryan Brown, better known and loved as one of Australia’s iconic film actors has just released his first book of seven crime stories. And the reviews have been unanimous in heralding his remarkable storytelling skills and the authenticity of his characters.

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KYAL AND KARA, keeping things local.

Kara Demmrich has worked with some of the biggest businesses in Australia’s building industry, but when it comes to her online retail store, she favours …

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PeopleWINTER 2022

HOW WE MET: Gilta and Jeff

They married twice after a lifetime lived and loved.

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PeopleWINTER 2022

MY COAST: Jennifer Hartich

Pocket dynamo, pothole rainbow-warrior, community weeder, cyclist, walker, carer.

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DESIGN MATTERS, with Poppy Bevan

Our homes are on the precipice of a new design era.

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DANCING ON DARKINJUNG LAND

Indigenous contemporary dancers have been recognised around the world for their remarkable talent. But where is a lot of that talent formally nurtured and trained? Right here on the Central Coast at NAISDA Dance College.

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WHAT HAPPENS TO RESEARCH ANIMALS AT THE END OF THEIR ‘CAREERS’?

Paula Wallace found an answer.

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CLARE PETERS, GLASS ARTIST AND ‘SLUMPER’

Keen to know more about slumping? Head to a mudbrick workshop building in Fountaindale and all will be revealed. Nestling in a tranquil valley at the end of Peach Orchard Road is the home and studio of Clare Peters who has been running glass art courses for the last 20 years. She has won a

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KYAL AND KARA, keeping things local.

Kara Demmrich has worked with some of the biggest businesses in Australia’s building industry, but when it comes to her online retail store, she favours the little guy. Since starting KK Homewares in 2017, Kara and her husband, Kyal, have collaborated with Central Coast and Sydney artists on handmade products that don’t play into fads.

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DANCING ON DARKINJUNG LAND

Indigenous contemporary dancers have been recognised around the world for their remarkable talent. But where is a lot of that talent formally nurtured and trained? Right here on the Central Coast at NAISDA Dance College.

Read More »

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