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Great Stories

The Ulmann whale mural restoration has begun; our Opinion on funding for the Fletcher Jones story; New! Clinton Krause writes for us on mid-century architecture; a Warrnambool Aquarium treasure to leave you shellshocked; tomatoes are all the go in Food For Thought; the latest on the Rolf Harris mural in Opinion and much, much more...

The Ulmann whale restoration has begun!

The most perfect spring weather has today marked...

All words, no funding, for the Fletcher Jones story

OPINION – Carol Altmann If there was any...

New column: Exploring our retro architecture

New! We are delighted to welcome a new monthly columnist, Clinton Krause.

W’bool aquarium souvenirs a shellshock

As part of our Treasures section, we will make a...

Why tomato plants smell – and other mysteries

Welcome to Food for Thought #9, by Kylie Treble....

Grappling with the work of a predator

OPINION – Carol Altmann A warning: this...

Tracing the trajectory of artistic talent

Six sensational visual artists who share much in...

A softie at heart: Megan Nicolson

Megan Nicolson’s work is winning hearts of all sizes across the south-west.

Order: Warrnambool – This is home

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

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

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September marks our first birthday and we are celebrating for the whole month! Each week, our subscribers have the chance to win some great prizes, thanks to our generous business supporters. You can see the full list of prizes 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

Brady James strikes a chord with YouTube epic

Coming up with new ways to build an audience is all part of the gig for musicians, and Brady James has hit upon a...

Why I am running: Dr Denis Napthine

As part of Bluestone Magazine’s coverage of the forthcoming State Election, we invited the three major...

Illustrating the point in Port Fairy

Twenty-five years ago gallerists Helen and Des Bunyon saw quality art where few others did – in the pages of...

Putting women front and centre in festival

  A group of Warrnambool women has started organising events to celebrate International Women’s Day...

Night to celebrate legendary Capricorn Records

The closure of  Warrnambool’s iconic Capricorn Records later this month will not pass without an encore....

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