A boutique, online-only magazine that celebrates South-West Victoria. People. Art. Food. Places...and Analysis.

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ANALYSIS: Our built heritage: surely we can do better than this?; JO CANHAM will have you laughing out loud in Tales from Port Fairy; ANALYSIS WCC moves behind closed doors; CLAIRE NORMAN'S Review of Wedlock; Dan Tehan on gay marriage and more…

Protected: W’bool losing its character, brick by brick

Analysis: Surely we can do better than this?

Tales from Port Fairy: Pleased to meet you

Jo Canham’s Tales from Port Fairy: Customers!

WCC continues to close off public scrutiny

Analysis: WCC continues to close off public scrutiny.

Cruelties of an 18th century marriage hold modern message

Review: Wedlock holds modern message.

Tehan remains opposed to marriage equality

Wannon MP Dan Tehan remains opposed to marriage equality.

Warrnibald Art Prize begins a new life

After a one year absence, the Warrnibald Art Prize is back.

Reunion exhibition a 4-tifying experience

It has only taken 27 years, but the Gang of Four have reunited.

W’bool wakes up and smells the coffee

W’bool’s cafe revolution continues, with ‘Rough Diamond’ among them.

Designing a future in Port Fairy: Sinead Murphy

Designer and artist Sinead Murphy has started a new life in Port Fairy.

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Catching up

Clay shapes a new life: Peter Austin

Clay shapes a new life: Peter Austin, Narrawong.

Surveying a quiet place for new show

Surveying a quiet place: Kathryn Ryan exhibition.

Artlink rises from the ashes of Artlink

Artlink rises from the ashes of Artlink.

Take a seat in this Portland classic

Clinton Krause: Take a seat in a Portland classic.

Time.

Short thoughts: grabbing life with both hands.

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