Review: ‘Magic in the Moonlight’ shimmers but doesn’t shine Review: ‘Magic in the Moonlight’ shimmers but doesn’t shine

Review: ‘Magic in the Moonlight’ shimmers but doesn’t shine

Movie magician Woody Allen’s latest offering is more a cheap card trick than a magic show, but a neat card trick nevertheless, reviews CHRISTOPHER BUTTON.

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Review: Predestination Review: Predestination

Review: Predestination

The Speirig Brothers’ new offering cleverly tackles the intricacies and potential problems of time travel, while exhibiting the best talent Australia has to offer, reviews CHRIS BURROWS.

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Review: 30 Rules to Live By Review: 30 Rules to Live By

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Monday Night Fever: Now you can really dance like nobody’s watching Monday Night Fever: Now you can really dance like nobody’s watching

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Audio

AUDIO: Interview with writer/director Robert Connolly

AUDIO: Interview with writer/director Robert Connolly

Robert Connolly is the writer and director of Underground: The Julian Assange Story, telling the story of the early years of the mastermind behind Wikileaks. DORIAN TISATO catches up with Connolly for a chat.

Apr 13, 2013 16:43

Video

VIDEO: Check-In episode 3

VIDEO: Check-In episode 3

Episode 3 focuses on youth health, covering everything from sexual and mental health to blood donations. The team also learns more about the newest Headspace centre at Noarlunga.

Jul 22, 2012 13:06

Arts & Culture

Review: Predestination

Review: Predestination

The Speirig Brothers’ new offering cleverly tackles the intricacies and potential problems of time travel, while exhibiting the best talent Australia has to offer, reviews CHRIS BURROWS.

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World News

Education the focus for International Women’s Day

Education the focus for International Women’s Day

Education is the key to empowering women and girls in developing nations and giving them the power to make their own choices writes JOSEPHINE LIM.

Mar 11, 2014 14:00

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