What's on – 244

October 12, 2014
Get yourself to the Greek The 21st Greek Film Festival returns this October, bringing dozens of great films that demonstrate the many different walks of life in the Mediterranean…. The festival kicks off its 21st […]

What's on – 241

September 1, 2014
Balmain Sinfonia hits a high note In honour of Macquarie University’s 50th Jubilee, Balmain Sinfonia are presenting a brilliant program of classics, as well as a surprise selection of music from the times of Lachlan […]

Ladies, it's time to lift weights

July 21, 2014
Women tend to be afraid of weights. If this isn’t you, please give yourself a pat on the back. There are lots of reasons why weight training seems to repel women. Some of the most […]

Woman up!

July 7, 2014
Yoga, pilates, yogalates – we’ve done it all before. For those of you who are tired of deep breathing in downward dog pose and are ready for a tough new challenge, check out the show […]

Things we love – 237

July 4, 2014
People who embody the idea that you are only as old as you feel. Drummoyne resident Jean Watson is 94 years old, a great-grandmother and last month she decided to join Curves Drummoyne. Concerned she […]

Healthy Living

June 11, 2014
Dedicated to providing the absolute highest level of care to their patients, DMC Medical Centre have been caring for the residents of Drummoyne and the Inner West since 1992. Our entire team at DMC are […]

Tackling the back breaking issue!

May 26, 2014
Spinal Health Week 2014 (19th-25th May) aims to raise awareness of preventable spinal injuries. Over the past 10 years there has been a sharp rise in people taking time off work due to lower back […]

World spinal health week 2014

May 12, 2014
In celebration of World Spinal Health Week 2014, which runs from May 19th to 25th, Ciao chats to local chiropractic experts from The Back Dr, Leichhardt, and The Chiropractic Clinic, Haberfield, to find out all […]

Local news – 231

April 14, 2014
A gutsy girl When student Peurla Saad (pictured above) took the GI Cancer Institute’s Gutsy Challenge in memory of her great aunt who died from oesophageal cancer, little did she know it would become a family […]

A history of female ejaculation

March 17, 2014
Australian governments, as well as plenty of ordinary Aussies, refuse to believe it’s possible but female ejaculation has been widely written about for thousands of years across a wide range of cultures. Did you know […]
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