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Great Stories

Premier Denis Napthine writes for us on why he is running again; the 25th anniversary of the children's book illustrators exhibition; we announce plans for a new Women's Festival featuring Clem Ford; a public send off for Capricorn Records;Kylie Treble's Food for Thought ; and much, much more...

Why I am running: Dr Denis Napthine

As part of Bluestone Magazine’s coverage...

Illustrating the point in Port Fairy

Twenty-five years ago gallerists Helen and Des...

Putting women front and centre in festival

  A group of Warrnambool women has started...

Review: The Light Between Oceans

South-west Victoria is home to a number of...

Night to celebrate legendary Capricorn Records

The closure of  Warrnambool’s iconic...

Making friends with fennel, sizing up silverbeet

Welcome to Food for Thought #8, by Kylie Treble....

Trader levy halved – a victory for voices

 OPINION It has been a long and often heated...

Order: Warrnambool – This is home

  If you would like to order a copy of...

Love is a Vespa…with a silver tail

Flashback: one of our first stories…

Our birthday, but the prizes are for you...

 

first-birthday-cake

This edition (Sept 1) marks our first birthday and we are celebrating this milestone all month. We are giving away some great prizes to our subscribers, thanks to our generous business supporters. You can see the full list of prizes on offer here, but you must be a paying subscriber to enter. If you want to join the Bluestone club and be part of the celebrations, you can do so here. (We reached our first year goal of 200 wonderful subscribers and are now aiming for 500!!) Come and be part of the only independent, boutique online magazine in south-west Victoria.

Catching up

Why I am running: Thomas Campbell, The Greens

Why is Thomas Campbell running for the Greens?

Just the kit for Portland culture

Simon Greening, together with brother Jason, has added a little urban culture to Portland with a new venture based on very cool comics and cartoons…

The comfort of a hot cuppa and cake

Mrs Beeton – that doyen of household tips – has a 21st century equivalent in Leonie Guld who writes about the heart, home and the ukelele…

Yambuk so much more than a general store

Ever since making the move to the country from Geelong, Brett Anderson and Brenda Huggins have been keeping the spirit of the general store alive in Yambuk…

Delia dives deep into the detail

With the work of Warrnambool artist Delia Crabbe, you may have to look deeper and closer to find the hidden messages and meanings…

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