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12 JUL

Since 1978, Noosa Arts Theatre has been running the National One-Act Playwriting Competition. With an $8,000 cash prize pool, including The Eleanor Nimmo Prize of $5,000 for Best Play, it attracts entries from playwrights throughout Australia, and many other countries. Scripts are judged anonymously by a professional panel of three industry experts. The three...

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Today in Broken Hill, Member for Barwon, Kevin Humphries together with Deputy Premier, John Barilaro announced a special ‘NSW TrainLink Silver City Stiletto’ service will be bound for Broken Hill for the annual Broken Heel Festival to be held in September. Also in Broken Hill for the announcement was Pete Allaway (Chief Operating Officer)...

Sydney has been named Australia’s number one holiday destination and the world’s number two vacation city in the ‘Best Places to Visit’ list by a leading global holiday research company. U.S. News & World Report travel editor, Gwen Shearman said Sydney was a unique destination for international travellers. “Sydney ranks highly for ...

Melbourne's reputation as Australia's cultural capital has been reinforced with a new report ranking the city the top cultural destination in the country, third in the Asia Pacific and twelfth in the world for arts and culture. The Boston Consulting Group's Melbourne as a Global Cultural Destination report investigated Melbourne's cultural strengths – from the number ...

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