Giveaways – 293

October 14, 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 […]

What’s on – 293

October 14, 2016
Garage Sale Trail A national celebration of all things sustainable, affordable and community, the annual Garage Sale Trail is back on the agenda and bigger than ever, with over 10,000 garage sales planned and sellers […]

Movies – 293

October 14, 2016
British Film Festival 2016 The pound may be sinking like a stone, but at least British cinema’s fortunes are still shining just as brightly as ever. Opening on Oct 25, the fourth BBC First British […]

Burwood Festival

October 14, 2016
Bumping in to Burwood Park on this Sunday October 16th Burwood Festival is burning into 2016 with a magnificent rock ‘n’ roll theme, ready to turn Burwood Park into an all out celebration of music, […]

Stars – 292

October 7, 2016
Your stars of the week by Astrogirlzarro Aries The Jupiter-Mercury link on October 11th brings romantic encounters with an intellectual twist. Sparkling conversation goes a long way in pursuing the object of your desire. Taurus […]

Bay Bitch sweats it out

October 7, 2016
Spring has sprung around the Bay. Fish are jumping out of the water more frequently to let the sun warm their slimy bodies, magpies are swooping to harvest human hair to make their babies’ nests […]

Inner Best: Martin Hocknell

October 7, 2016
Having lived in the Summer Hill area for years, Alex Fensham and his friend Martin Hocknell often found themselves complaining about the lack of local bars to catch up in. After hearing this sentiment reflected […]

Gigs guide – 292

October 7, 2016
Sunday 2nd October Inês Difficult to place, Inês does not perfectly fit into any one genre. Instead she has been compared to Amy Winehouse with hints of Nina Simone, while her band brings modern jazz […]

Rant: Local communities dismissed

October 7, 2016
The Baird Government’s sack-and-dismiss approach to reform of local government has been harsh and careless. It has impacted on people’s lives, caused big costs for ratepayers and instability continues now into the fifth month since […]

Things we love – 292

October 7, 2016
The NSW Aboriginal Rugby League Knockout 2016 is being held at Leichhardt Oval this weekend. The first Koori Knockout took place in 1971. It now involves 130 teams from around NSW. Last year the Redfern […]
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