I have never been a great fan of Dinnington market, I used to get dragged around it when I was a kid. I think we need to move things into the future and build a gate way into Dinnington on the existing market site, consisting of a mews with lots of Independent shops in it. 88 more words
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Throwback to Melbourne: Charlie’s Dumplings, located just off Melbourne’s thriving Chapel Street, is a must try – if anything, for the chocolate dumplings!
A casual, small space – it is great for small get togethers with friends or just a quick drop in for some take away (although unfortunately you can’t order the chocolate dumplings for takeout…) 110 more words
Last week I was generously invited to try out a lovely little Thai place in Northcote, Green Pepper. While small and cosy like most eateries along the High Street block, we were pleasantly surprised at the space between the tables and stylish new decor, the scent of bamboo still lingering after recent renovations. 554 more words
I’ve been a teetotaler since Susie was an infant, but that came after years of heavy (and probably problem) drinking. I don’t think I was ever an alcoholic, and I say this because of the relative ease with which I quit once I made the decision I couldn’t be both a drinker and a parent. 1,138 more words