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You’re In My Heart

Reviewed by Ian Phillips. By Rod Stewart with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Warner Music 2019. This album was released just before Christmas to celebrate Rod Stewart’s 50...

Point Lo Fever

Reviewed by Ian Phillips. By The Mama-dukes featuring the MoTronics, Independent 2019. Once again I’m starting off the new year with the latest release from my Straddie...

Black River EP

Reviewed by Ian Phillips. By The Tea Party, Warner Music Australia 2019. The Tea Party is a Canadian rock band that has developed a strong following in...

Berlin, I Love You

Reviewed by Rama Gaind. Directors: Dianna Agron, Peter Chelsom, Fernando Eimbcke, Justin Franklin, Dennis Gansel, Dani Levy, Daniel Lwowski, Stephanie Martin, Josef Rusnak, Til Schweiger, Massy...

Primal

Reviewed by Rama Gaind. Director: Nicholas Powell, Defiant Screen Entertainment. Cast: Nicolas Cage, Famke Janssen, Kevin Durand, Lamonica Garrett, Michael Imperioli. This action thriller sees the ultimate hunter versus the ultimate...

Jumanji – The Next Level

Reviewed by Victor Rebikoff. Director: Jake Kasdan, Columbia and Sony Pictures, PG 123 Minutes. This sequel to the reboot of the original ‘Jumanji’  movie released in is intended to...

Star Wars – The Rise of Skywalker

Reviewed by Victor Rebikoff. Director: J.J Abrams, Lucasfilm and Walt Disney Pictures, M 142 Minutes. There is no doubt that J.J.Abrams, the director of ‘Star Wars – The...

‘Cultural cacophony’ of Sydney Festival activities

By Rama Gaind. Sydney Harbour hosts the annual ocean extravaganza Ferrython, one of Australia’s most popular and iconic events on 26 January. January is a month when...

Unconscious coupling: Why implicit bias training doesn’t work

Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic* says behaviours, not thoughts, should be the target of diversity and inclusion interventions.   Photo: AndreyPopov More and more organisations are introducing implicit bias training. These HR-sponsored courses...

Taking the lead: How men can benefit from women mentors

Rania H. Anderson* says there are too few stories about the positive impact women leaders have on the careers of men.   Photo: izusek There’s so much...
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