With headliners boasting names consisting of words like ‘Mental’ and ‘Angry’ it’s difficult to imagine anything other than a raging mosh-pit playing hardcore rock - but these groups were anything but.
The diverse themes depicted in the sculptures in this year’s third edition of Sculpture in the Paddock at the National Trusts Cooma Cottage again captured the admiration of visitors, as the sculpture evoking the the majesty of the stag won the People’s Choice awards.
A string of new free trade deals, culminating in last week's long-awaited 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement, are bringing down barriers to markets across Asia and the Pacific. Coupled with a weak Aussie dollar, the deals are fuelling hopes of a new boom in wine exports.
Ashley Butler, Anna Lynne and Annabelle Hansson
After months of planning and negotiation with our host schools, 22 Yass High School students and two teachers were privileged to take the long journey to South Korea.