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Media Flash - July 16, 2001

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Last Updated: Monday, July 16, 2001

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BREAKING NEWS

Charges Over Jail Interview Dismissed

* JOHN ANDERSEN, senior Townsville Bulletin reporter, has had charges over interviewing three female prisoners without permission, dropped in Townsville Magistrates Court on Thursday. ANDERSEN, 48, was charged with three counts of interviewing inmates without the permission of the Department of Corrective Services. ROBERT REID of The Courier-Mail says the charges were dismissed on technical grounds, 'including a prisoner's constitutional right to free speech'. Bully Editor JOHN AFFLECK said ANDERSEN had not entered the jail but had merely answered the phone at his desk and followed up the story. 'John took the call and did what he had to do as a journalist and found himself in court.'

New Newspaper In Canberra

* JOHN B. FAIRFAX'S Canberra Times is launching The Public Sector Informer next week (Tuesday, July 24). Times Editor JACK WATERFORD and senior public service writer VERONA BURGESS will contribute. The monthly's focus 'will be wide-ranging and will include the issues of the day plus profiles, management and corporate aspects of those in and around the Australian Public Service. Articles will reflect issues that affect public servants and the wider community and will also look at health, investment, money management and travel.' The Informer will be inside the daily, and free at Public Service offices. MATHEW O'SHEA is handling advertising sales.

Seven Lodges Marsden Appeal

* KERRY STOKES' Seven Network has lodged a 15-page Notice of Appeal against solicitor JOHN MARSDEN'S $585,000 (and $6 million costs) defamation win. CINDY WOCKNER, The Daily Telegraph's Legal Affairs Editor, says the appeal claims JUSTICE DAVID LEVINE'S findings have errors in a number of respects.

* JOHN MARSDEN has been hired by STEPHEN MULLER - a cyber entrepreneur who has been warned by the Seven Network not to use his www.sevendigital.com.au Internet address. MULLER registered the address last year to market a range of digital TV set-top boxes. The Sun-Herald newspaper reports MULLER would hand over the address if Seven made a sizeable donation to charity.

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BREAKING NEWS

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* ANDREW GORDON, WIN Corporation Deputy CEO, announced the C91.3 name and logo for Campbelltown's new FM radio station, at a function on Friday. Rock legend RICHARD CLAPTON was a guest at the station opening, which saw an introduction of the 25 member station team ... and the five orange-and-black Holden utes that will cruise the streets of Macarthur.

Channel 31 Tops 7, 9 In Ratings

* ANDREW BRINE, boss at Perth's Access 31 TV station, says the community station's ratings topped those of Seven and Nine for the first session of the first Ashes Test. Viewer numbers were said to be about 250,000. The viewer numbers have also meant a publicity bonus ... the station was headliner in MARK IRVING'S Inside Cover column in Saturday's West Australian.

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'Peter Told Me So'

* BRIAN HENDERSON and BRIAN NAYLOR were the Sydney-Melbourne axis for National Nine News, even to the extent that a 'Brian Told Me So' jingle and campaign were used on station promotions throughout the 1990's. PETER OVERTON is being groomed to take over 'HENDO'S' job at the Willoughby studios of TCN-9, just as PETER HITCHENER did at the Bendigo Street studios of GTV-9. Today's Sydney Morning Herald includes a feature in The Guide explaining 'Why Nine Is Grooming PETER OVERTON'.

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Asia-Pacific Wire

* RATU INOKE KUBUABOLA, Fiji's Information Minister, is confirming that the Fiji Government has decided to place its advertisements in its own partly-owned Daily Post newspaper until the company returns to profitability. He said the decision was taken by the Cabinet about a month ago. 'The decision was taken because of government's interest in the paper. Government owns about 40 per cent of shares in the and we are trying to get the paper back on its feet.' Information Permanent Secretary VUETASAU BUATOKA said the Government had a commitment to the to return the company to profitability. "It's not a new decision. It was started by the CHAUDHRY government and we are doing the same thing.' The Fiji Times reports that the deposed People's Coalition government had warned civil servants against placing advertisements in, saying those who contravened an official directive could face disciplinary or surcharge action. It said advertising in its own newspaper would be beneficial to the Government.

Overseas Desk

* SHARON TZUR is heading Media Watch International's pro-Jewish web-site, HonestReporting.com - which says it was able to successful lobby COL ALLAN'S New York Post between editions to change a front-page headline.

* SAMANTHA BADEN, journalist with the Australian Jewish News, has been selected to be Press Officer for the Australian team at the Maccabiah Games, starting today at Jerusalem's Teddy Stadium.

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Sydney Siders

* JOHN ENGISCH of Torch Publishing Company is featured in PETER COLEMAN'S always-impressive GX Report. A feature outlines the return to Allingham Street premises in Bankstown, where a new 14-unit Solna/Global press. The 80-88 page weekly will be soon supplemented by the older Goss and Solna units at the Bankstown Airport site. TRENT ENGISCH, 29, and brother CHRISTIAN, 26, saw a 12 web-press in Italy run by just three people.

* MELISSA CARR, Editor of Sydney's City Weekly, is pleased at last Thursday's re-launch of the 60,000 slick weekly, handed out between 7am-9am to railway commuters. MELISSA RYAN is Brand Manager.

* LYN HAZELL, Home Living Manager (Cumberland Newspapers, NSW), requires a permanent Advertising Consultant.

* ANITA WORSLEY, of AKAR Media, has published a media creative services directory.

* VICTORIAN COUNTRY PRESS ASSOCIATION has opened a Sydney office at Suite 5, 133 Alexander Street, Crows Nest. Greyson Maling has been appointed as the NSW representative, says HELEN ABRAMS.

* ROLAND COWLEY has been appointed Advertising Manager of The Land. He began his career at the Singleton Argus in 1972.

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Melbourne Memo

* KEN HEYES, long-time manager for the owners of Progress Press, has taken the spotlight as the weekly now owned by Leader Community Newspapers, has taken the name of Progress Leader. The paper was started by CHARLIE PEARSON in 1946 for a local progress association. CHARLIE HOLLOWAY was its leading Editor.

* SYLVIA BRADSHAW'S Leader group has changed its northern suburbs papers. The Coburg Leader started on August 6, 1890, travelling with many guises, changing to The Coburg Courier in 1935. This year's name change to Coburg Moreland Leader means full circle. The Brunswick Sentinel takes the Leader name also: that area's papers have been called The Medium, Guardian, Gazette, Courier and The Leader Budget.

* RAY FOLETTA, BOB GRANT and RALPH WILSON founded The Broadmeadows Observer in 1956. Their company became Broadglen, which was later sold on to The Herald & Weekly Times Ltd and current owner RUPERT MURDOCH. That paper has become a Leader.

* JIM and WIN HATTWELL were prime movers in the creation of The Waverley Gazette in 1961, and were strong users of the new web offset process. That paper also now takes the Leader moniker.

* DAVID McLAUCHLAN and CHRIS FIELD, producers of Nat Chat for Northern Access TV, will return the program to Channel 31 in the second half of 2001.

* ASHLEY WHARTON is talking of producing a newspaper in the Lilydale - Yarra Valley area.

* EDDIE McGUIRE, Footy Show compere, will be dumped as frontman for the TipStar football gaming competition, according to an 'Exclusive' by NICK PAPPS in the Sunday Herald Sun.

Queensland Quips

* MARTIN THOMAS has become Business Editor at The Courier-Mail. RICHARD OWEN becomes Associate Editor (Business). JAMES McCULLOUGH becomes National Business Correspondent; and will jointly edit the Citybeat column with DEIDRE STARK. LOUISE BRANNELLY has been appointed Deputy Business Editor.

* BOYD WEBB has been appointed Advertising Manager of the Westside News and Southern News (Quest Community Newspapers, part of News Limited Community Newspapers). He has been with Quest for 14 years and is Vice-President of the Southside Chamber of Commerce. JEFF BYGRAVES is now at the Redcliffe and Bayside Herald.

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West Wire

* CHRIS WHARTON, former Perth Community Newspaper Group chief and current WA Seven boss, is denying that he will take over DENIS THOMPSON'S West Australian Newspapers top job. 'Absolutely not,' he told The West's 'Herd On The Terrace' column.

Press Gang

* ROXANNE DUNKEL'S Australuian Jewish News launches its website on August 2-3. www.ajn.com.au

* WILLIE PETERS, Northern Divisional Manager for Cumberland Newspapers (NSW), is advertising for a Graphic Artist to join The Manly Daily.

Air Waves

* KERRI-ANNE KENNERLEY, former Midday and Greed host, is making another return to TV. She will host Moment Of Truth on Network 10.

* TONY BARBER, face of Renaissance TV in Melbourne, has joined with Circus Group - Media Convergence Centre to produce Cash Trivia Challenge for TV1. The nightly program features 100 players every night, participating by phone, for a share in $1000 prize money. The show is having a 12-week trial.

* ROSEANNE, TV host, according to the weekend press, wrestles with seven different personalities: BABY, CINDY, SUSAN, NOBODY, SOMEBODY, JOEY and HEATHER. SNOW WHITE she ain't!

* AUSTAR is putting in $1.7 million towards producing Australia's first interactive TV drama series, Fat Cow Motel.

* GRAHAM KENNEDY, Australian TV veteran, 67, is in a Bowral private hospital, after suffering a broken leg at home.

* RICHARD 'DOLLY' DUNN, confessed paedophile, lost a legal bid on Friday to stop 60 Minutes airing an interview with one of his victims. DUNN says the broadcast could seriously prejudice the sentence he has yet to receive.

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Your ABC

* JONATHAN SHIER, ABC MD, is advertising for a Head of Programming for the Asia Pacific Television Service, to be based in Sydney. SHIER also requires applications from wannabe Head of Technology and Distribution (including re-transmission), Head of News Operations, and Head of Marketing. asiapacific@abc.net.au

* NEDDY SMITH, New South Wales crime figure, wins one .. and loses one. SMITH has had the NSW DPP drop a murder charge against SMITH in relation to drug dealer LEWTON SHU. The decision allows ABC-TV to show the Blue Murder mini-series starring TONY MARTIN, GARY SWEET and PETER PHELPS.

* JOHN HOWARD, Prime Minister, was guest on the first edition of the 9am Sunday program Inisders, hosted by the ABC-TV's BARRIE CASSIDY.

* THE BOARD OF IMAMS OF VICTORIA and SHEIK FEHMI NAJI EL-IMAM are suing the ABC over a Backberner comedy sketch, to test racial discrimination laws. The suit alleges a comedy skit on singer CAT STEVENS (YUSEF ISLAM) mocks Muslims.

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Movers And Shakers

* PETER YATES, PBL CEO, and MAUREEN PLAVSIC, Seven MD, were profiled by JANE SCHULZE in The Weekend Australian. Her Money section cover-piece compared media barons KERRY PACKER and KERRY STOKES, following the latter's deal this past week to incorporate PMP Print into his group's holdings.

* DAMON KITNEY of The Australian Financial Review Weekend Edition assembled a superbly- and tightly-written analysis of 'How STOKES Got Under PACKER'S Guard'.

* JEFF McMULLEN, former 60 Minutes reporter, is due to launch his book - A Life Of Extremes - in October.

* SAM CHISHOLM has taken over at the helm of the Foxtel board, held by former Telstra finance chief PAUL RIZZO. Telstra's CEO ZIGGY SWITKOWSKI says the telco (a 50 per cent partner in Foxtel) is keen to give a higher priority to its holding. Other partners - News and PBL (each 25 per cent) - seek an 'equalisation' in shareholdings.

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Stix And Stones

* STEVE STICKNEY, Editor at The Manly Daily, looks at shocks, socks, and a lot of old bollocks

* 'One society member had a tobacco pouch made out of his skin' - author JAMES BOYCE questions the Royal Society's desecration of Aboriginal graves and bodies in Tasmania during the late 1800s. The Lord Bishop of Tasmania was a life member of the society and the Archdeacon was vice-president. Boyce's book God's Own Country?.

* 'I put on my own socks this morning' - bewildering preamble to the DUKE OF KENT'S congratulations as he presented GORAN IVANISEVIC with his winner's trophy at Wimbledon. Channel 9.

* '...a computer glitch of unprecedented magnitude' - Fiji's Permanent Secretary for Finance, SOLOMONE KOTOBALAVU, parries questions about a cover-up by explaining how a mysterious programming error wiped out the nation's entire 2001 financial records. The Fiji Times.

* 'It was hot on the set'' - double entendre from actor EDWARD NORTON, explaining why 77-year-old co-star MARLON BRANDO appeared naked from the waist down during the filming of The Score. Manchester Guardian.

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Long Shots

By Ash Long, Publisher, Media Flash

* WE'RE IMPRESSED. The Olympic decision to award the 2008 Games to Beijing was set to be announced about 1am Saturday. The yarn appeared front-page in The Australian and Herald Sun on Saturday morning ... with Page 4 of Saturday's Daily Telegraph devoted to the decision.

* Is JACK WATERFORD'S Canberra Times 'dumbing down'? Saturday's Page 3 included a column devoted to actors RUSSELL CROWE and NICOLE KIDMAN in Fiji; a 'rumour' that tennis players ANDRE AGASSI and STEFFI GRAF are to marry; an AAP lift about CHRISTOPHER SKASE; and a pix of GOUGH WHITLAM at his 85th birthday celebration.

* ERIC BEECHER'S Text Media Group was set to take over some of PMP's 33 magazine titles, until KERRY STOKES closed the deal, according to DAMON KITNEY'S AFR piece. KERRY STOKES acknowledges his RM Williams partner, KEN COWLEY (former PMP Chairman) was useful: 'STOKES says while COWLEY wasn't involved in this transaction and 'we chose not to get him involved', he concedes 'we had spoken previously on how Seven could form a strategic alliance with their magazine side'. The Seven Board includes former PMP magazine head DULCIE BOLING, and Seven Melbourne boss DAVID ASPINALL (former West Australian Newspapers CEO).

* IAN MEIKLE will head the PMP-Seven joint venture. MEIKLE was Canberra Times MD, when the paper was owned by STOKES. 'I think he respects my work, because he keeps buying assets I'm running ... our rival ACP is a monolithic business, big, tough and unforgiving and this deal lets us have a go at it.'

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Going Rates

* MEDIA FLASH has a golden rule that Australian TV and radio people's pay packages are usually doubled, even trebled, in media reports. Crikey's STEPHEN MAYNE puts EDDIE McGUIRE'S Herald Sun Saturday column pay packet at $100,000. MAYNE puts NEIL MITCHELL'S 3AW annual package at $500,000. We have no reason to depart from relying on our golden rule.

* 114 VOTES: latest number of votes picked up by the Crikey - People Party in the Aston by-election.

Bottom Line

* 200,000 LISTENERS: 6IX and 6PR are missing out this number of listeners in their Perth market-place because of the WA capital's sandy soil, according to papers lodged by parent company Southern Cross Broadcasting to the Australian Broadcasting Authority. They want FM frequencies, reports AMT Online Radio Industry Newsletter.

The Last Word

* STEVE ROBINSON, 3MP General Manager, has told The Frankston Standard (Vic.) his radio station is not about to end its 25-year association with the station, following its sale to DCL. 'No decision has been made. There are a number of things to be discussed, we'll maintain our presence in Frankston, no question about our presence in Frankston. There are some facets of the operation which may move. But we're just looking at back-office functions. But even with that, no decision has been made. The sale of the station to Data and Commerce Ltd (which also acquired 3AK earlier this year) hasn't even been finalised yet. It will finalised at the end of July.'

P.S.

* BRIAN DIMBLEBY writes: 'I dont know if you can help me but its worth a chance. My father, who has been a journalist in South Africa and New Zealand for many years, has been trying to contact a friend, also a journalist and an author, who worked in South Africa and Australia. His name is JACK BENNETT and Dad last had contact with him in Sydney several years ago where he was working in T.V. ournalism,I think. He authored several books and last lived in Sydney. He should be retired now and may have retired to Queensland somewhere where he used to have a holiday home. Any information or help will be gratefully appreciated.' brian.dimbleby@ecan.govt.nz

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Australian Media Job Directory

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Employment

* PHILIPPA COLLINS and PETER EDMONDS, at TMP.WORLDWIDE in Canberra, are handling the senior appointment of a General Manager, Communications, for an Australian agri-food company. Package: $120,000. ercbrapply@tmp.com

* KATE CONNOLLY, in the Environmental Recruitment Division of Bradman Recruitment Group, seeks a Public Affairs Manager for the International Fund for Animal Welfare. jobs@brg.com.au

* CARSON CREAGH has details of the $78,945 Media Officer job in the Public Relations Unit of the Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service. A similar package is available for a Campaign Officer. PriceWaterhouse Coopers are assisting with the pre-appointment arrangements. affa.recruitment@hrs.pwcbpro.com.au

* CHERIE ROHNER, at the Tasmanian Department of State Development, is taking enquiries for the $53,215 Project Manager's job at Screen Tasmania - which 'is to develop the film, television and multimedia industries' in the island state. Cherie.Rohner@dsd.tas.gov.au

* HELEN TRINCA, Editor at AFR's Boss Magazine, hunts for an Art Director. htrinca@mail.fairfax.com.au A similar role is advertised for The Australian Financial Review Magazine. Contact BROOKE TURNER - btruner@mail.fairfax.com.au

* BILL McLEOD - (02) 6275 4630 - has the task of handling applications for the new ABC Television News in Canberra. Positions include ACT News Editor, Chief of Staff, Sports Reporter, Reporters (2), Reporter/Presenter, Bulletrin Producer, Producer/Reporter, Stateline Producer/Reporter, Stateline Presenter/Reporter. recruitment@your.abc.net.au

* MRS UNE, of a Melbourne-based opal and jewellery business, wants a Japanese-speaking Public Relations Manager. (03) 9654 5478.

* MARGARET GRIMA, at the NSW Department of Public Works and Services, will take CVs from people wanting the $59,243 Senior Communications Officer position, which includes managing the Department's monthly newspaper. margaret.grima@dpws.nsw.gov.au

* TODD ANDERSON is taking applications for an Advertising Executive to sell FPC Power Media space in Fast Fours, Overlander, Two Wheels, Modern Boating, Modern Fishing, Australian Golf Digest, Truck Australia and Truckin Life. tanderson@smartchat.net.au

* THE ADVOCATE, thrice-weekly newspaper at Coffs Harbour (NSW), is on the hunt for a junior Sports Reporter. Speak with Editor LINDSAY SAUNDERS. editorial@coffsadvocate.com.au

* NICK HILDYARD, at ABC Canberra, wants to appoint a Make-Up Artist. recruitment@your.abc.net.au

* FRED HILMER'S Fairfax Printers seek a Group Operations Procurement Co-Ordinator. recruitment@fp.fairfax.com.au

* SUE BAKER-FINCH, at the Australian Sports Commission, Canberra, will answer queries about the $82,000 Manager, Communications & events, position. sue.baker-finch@ausport.gov.au

* PULP & PAPER Manufacturers' Federation of Australia has a Manuka (ACT)-based position of Deputy Director (Public Affairs). PO Box 3120, Manuka, 2603.

* VLODEK SKIBA has particulars for the Parliamentary Communication Services Broadcasting Section jobs being offered at Parliament House, Canberra. This include a Broadcast Service Officer position paying up to $53,566. Another 'expected vacancy' will pay up to $47,866. dprs.recruitment@aph.gov.au

* GREG JONES, Group Advertising Manager, seeks an Advertising Team Leader for The Valley View weekly newspaper in the Tuggeranong region (ACT).

* JENNIFER LUGSDIN at the Federation of Australian Commercial Television Stations is appointing a Director of Legal and Broadcasting Policy. jlugsdin@facts.org.au

* SA MEDICAL REVIEW wants an Editor, to work 25 hours a week. The contract position will be reviewed in December 2002. julie@amasa.org.au

* FRANK RYAN at the Shire of Campaspe is offering a $2500 fixed price contract for a Media Liaison Officer to handle the Echuca Moama Team in the Herald Sun cycling tour in October. 0417 519 210.

* ABC in South Australia wants a Training Co-Ordinator. DSH127371. recruitment@your.abc.net.au

* HEIDI VOLPE, Advertising Director, Magazines at Fairfax, is hiring an Account Executive for its IT and finance magazines. hvolpe@brw.fairfax.com.au

* MEGAN SCOTT, News Videographics Supervisor at Seven Sydney, is hiring a Designer to work at Epping.

* JOHN BOOTH at The Weekly Times (Ryde, NSW) seeks a Sales Manager: 'Big hearted David wanted to battle the Goliaths'. PO Box 123, Ryde, 1680.

* ROBERT RYAN, PR Manager at the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia (Central Section), is appointing a number of jobs: Media and Marketing Supervisor, Donor Development Supervisor, Donor Development Officer - Database, Community Development Officer - Volunteers, Community Development Officer - Special Projects (Special Events). Each position is a three year contract. robert.ryan@flyingdoctor.net

Work Wanted

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* BRAD PACE writes: 25 year old with stand up comedy, copywriting, news production and newsreading experience. Looking for a break in the TV or radio industry. Tertiary educated and employed full time but wanting to move into the one area that I'm passionate about. Strong presenting and written skills - a quick wit and a fun attitude. If you've anything in mind please e-mail pace2001@start.com.au

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Wentworth Courier - circulation 46,431, readership 131,000 The unrivalled market leader in Sydney's affluent Eastern Suburbs.

Inner Western Suburbs Courier - circulation 71,241, readership 180,000 Complete coverage in the densely populated Inner West from Glebe and Balmain to Burwood and Homebush.

Southern Courier - circulation 45,669, readership 96,000 The undisputed market leader in the rapidly growing areas from Clovelly to Mascot, La Perouse to Maroubra and Waterloo to Coogee.

Sydney Weekly - circulation 90,500*, readership 181,000* Covering the North Shore corridor from the harbour through Hunters Hill, Chatswood and Mosman to Wahroonga.

City Weekly - circulation 60,000*, readership 120,000* Recognised for its vibrant lifestyle and entertainment content and authoritative employment section, covering the CBD and North Sydney.

wM (Weekly Messenger: Anything but average) - circulation 51,000*, readership 89,000. A brand new lifestyle publication with the look and feel of a contemporary weekend magazine, wM covers the key areas of Sydney's South Eastern suburbs.

9 to 5 - circulation 60,000, readership 250,000* Packed with Sydney's hottest jobs, news, entertainment and lifestyle information, 9 to 5 gives Sydney's busiest people a great start to their working week. Hand delivered to CBD commuters and pedestrians.

Weekender - circulation 40,500*, readership 107,000* The fastest growing news magazine on the Sunshine Coast. An informative lifestyle publication offering comprehensive news, real estate, classifieds, entertainment and more.

www.couriernews.com.au providing links to: www.search4it.com.au From real estate and entertainment, to employment and trade directories - find what you need fast. Search all the Courier classifieds in one go - all in one place. www.propertypath.com.au In just a few clicks you'll find all the information you need to buy, sell or invest in property. www.sydneyis.com.au The ultimate local guide to entertainment and things to do in Sydney. Searchable information on Sydney's best restaurants, outdoor recreation, cinemas and movie times, music venues, CD reviews, retail shopping, the arts, galleries, theatres and performance.

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