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Alfa bakehouse Seddon

As I am not going out often enough, I am tending to post all the places I go to. I think this post will be like that. 312 more words


Review: Try Not to Breathe by Holly Seddon

Amy Stevenson was the biggest news story of 1995. Only fifteen years old, Amy disappeared walking home from school one day and was found in a coma three days later.

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Taking Luxsmith for a spin

Luxsmith, 5 Gamon Street, Seddon. Phone: 9362 7333

This Gamon Street address encapsulates the recent history of Seddon – and our own history in the west. 662 more words


For the past few years, I’ve been greedily praying to the gods of all things delicious for a Seddon den in which to indulge in a sneaky late afternoon gin and salty snack or two with the option of progression to a lingering dinner, a table full of glasses containing discarded booze-soaked lime pieces and a dash of ridiculous conversation.   869 more words


What struck me first about the Odd Spot cafe was the warm, calm but vibrant atmosphere created in a shop on a busy stretch of Williamstown Road – hence the namesake.   476 more words


The benefits of an inclusive business community

Improving the lives and experiences of people living with disability can be rewarding and beneficial for your entire business.

The 2014 winner of the Inclusive Business Practices category in… 683 more words

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Pizza is my favourite food in the world.  I blame the not so subliminal advertising in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoons.  However my gluten and dairy free diet has thrown up a big obstacle in the path of my dream of living on pizza three meals a day.   485 more words