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Rehash with charm

The opening scene made me cringe, probably because I don’t like blood and the first thing I saw was a man smacking his head against a rock and blood ooze into the ocean from his wound.As I continued to...

More than a drama

I’ve grown to really enjoy director Gurinder Chadha’s movie’s.She is best known for blending Indian and Western story lines resulting in hilarity with hits such as Bend it like Beckham and Bride and Prejudice.So, when I found out she...
Examiner Newspapers, in conjunction with Studiocanal Australia, is giving readers a chance to win one of five in-season double pass to see the new blockbuster movie The Shack featuring WA’s Sam Worthington.Based on the New York Times best-selling novel,...

Films still fast and furious

Car chases, explosions, submarines, nuclear missiles and witty banter between Dwayne ‘The Rock,’ Johnson and Jason Statham is The Fate of the Furious.Many fans,...

in it for the laughs

Since winning both the WA RAW Comedy and Funny Faces competition in 2014, Canning Vale resident Matt Storer is set to take on audiences...

A few more of the lesser men in hilarious movie sequel

It’s been a really long time since I’ve seen a genuinely funny movie and the sequel to A Few Best Men made me laugh...

Cheesy shades on the screen

McConaughey’s gold

X-tremely fast and furious

A united love story

Children’s book comes to life

Brace for impact!

Magical Moana

Something to sing about

Reflections of war

Rowling casts another spell

A welcome invasion

Leather clad legend back for an encore

Rat pack from Vegas is back

Midland in front

Cheeky rollick with Billy

Top sounds of pipes and drums

Bringing hope to the community

Sausage Party’s a good laugh

Win a copy of Brian Cox’s book

Marred by flaws and clichés

Win a DVD

Bourne rises again

Win a copy of Deutschland 83

Clinical midwife Belle Sexton is a finalist in the WA Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Awards with winners announced in May. Photograph — Kelly Pilgrim-Byrne.

Mums-to-be get STAR antenatal care

Energy on the floor

Megan sets the dance floor on fire

Win a DVD

Researcher makes a difference

Sun Record All-Stars have the swagger

Dr Milenko Kovac in the trauma clinic. Photograph — Matt Devlin.

No bones about fracture treatment

Flying acts leave you awestruck

Examiner editor Robyn Molloy’s story about Senior Constable Joseph Gonzalez’ career was one of three to make her a finalist in the WA Media Awards on Saturday.

Examiner makes top 3

Maree Lemme and nephew Vincent Wilson made up the third and fourth generation of cheese makers at Borrello Cheese in Oakford. Photograph — Matt Devlin.

Cheese to please

Hitomi Ogaya with 10-day old son Leon Ng and clinical nurse Leanne Howell. Leon was born five weeks early, weighing in at 2050 grams and was 40 grams heavier 10 days later. Photograph — Matt Devlin.

Early newborns handled with care

Cedric Hohrmann from Armadale talks crime with Labor candidate for Canning Matt Keogh and deputy Labor leader Tanya Plibersek in the Jull Street mall. Photograph — Matt Devlin.

Keogh talks Kelmscott

Famed 80s duo Go West including Richard Drummie and Peter Cox are heading to Perth.

Go West head west

Recognition for bushfire work

Damon Barrett is living out his dream to help the community by becoming a volunteer firefighter. Photograph — Matt Devlin.

A calling he can’t hear