Melissa leong: anzac biccie

April 19, 2016
I love a good Anzac biscuit. In fact, I scarcely know anyone who doesn’t. Sure, opinions might be divided into camps of honey vs golden syrup and crunchy vs chewy, but that wholesome, golden, oaty, […]

Triage in Vung Tàu

April 18, 2016
When two young nurses from Concord Hospital left Sydney to treat civilians injured in the Vietnam War their world view was radically changed, writes Phoebe Moloney. In November 1967, Jan Bell stepped into the busiest […]

Wine with Winsor – 280

April 18, 2016
Lively Rosé Elodie 2014 Le Tongs Rosé There is a sense of style about this French rosé, which the producer describes as “the very essence of leisurely, summer drinking”. It is a humble regional blend […]

At Home with AdrianMcKinty

April 15, 2016
Crime writer Adrian McKinty shares his love of Guinness, Irish stew and whiskey with his novels’ protagonist, Detective Inspector Sean Duffy, a Catholic cop cracking cases during the Troubles. You are originally from Northern Ireland, […]

Cheese, Rosemary & Poppy Seed Biscuits

April 15, 2016
Rosemary has a special significance for Australians. We know it as a symbol of remembrance – its use has even been shown to boost memory – and it also grows wild on the Gallipoli Peninsula. […]

Giveaways – 280

April 15, 2016
HOW TO ENTER: To enter any of our giveaways, just email us at info@ciaomagazine.com.au and let us know you’re reading online. Please include your name and address so your prize can reach you, as well […]

Gigs Guide – 280

April 15, 2016
Thursday 21st April 30/70 Straight out of Melbourne, 30/70 (pictured above) will give you the best in modern minimal eclectic soul. In their live performance they get people grooving and moving. Supported by The Baldwins […]

What’s On – 280

April 15, 2016
ANZAC Day Dawn Service Leichhardt Council’s annual Anzac Day dawn service will take place this year at Loyalty Square in Balmain from 6-7am. Commemorating the brave Australians and New Zealanders who have served in wartime, […]

Movies – 280

April 15, 2016
Mia Madre Nanni Moretti, the acclaimed Palme d’Or winning Italian director again sensitively maps out the heartbreak involved in personal tragedy, but this time with some welcome light touches and some cracking good jokes. Mia […]

Rant: Lest we forget the Frontier Wars

April 15, 2016
The colonial genocide and dispossession of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders is a historical fact that mainstream Australia would still rather ignore. For Indigenous Australians, Anzac Day is not an inclusive occasion. It is an […]
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