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Bus Etiquette – by Stacey Gilliam

Bus Etiquette – by Stacey Gilliam

Posted: March 12, 2014

I make two daily commutes on public transport every week. I’ll gladly put my hand up and be the first [...]

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The Rise of The Grudge Workforce – Topshelf Mag Features

The Rise of The Grudge Workforce – Topshelf Mag Features

Posted: February 22, 2014

There is a significant gap between the ideal and real retirement age of many working Australians, according to new research [...]

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Bus Etiquette – by Stacey Gilliam
By: Top Shelf Magazine - 12 March 2014 - 0 Comments

I make two daily commutes on public transport every week. I’ll gladly put my hand up and be the first to admit that I hate it. Not because of the torturous roads we take [...]

Review: Dallas Buyers Club – by Shaun Colnan
By: Top Shelf Magazine - 08 March 2014 - 0 Comments

‘What happened to Matthew McConaughey?’ my girlfriend turns to me and asks as his gaunt frame huffs and puffs and reaches orgasm with two sweaty cowgirls in a Texan bullpen. The former Hollywood heartthrob [...]

Jack Colwell & The Owl’s ‘Far From View’ – by Ying Wang
By: Top Shelf Magazine - 05 March 2014 - 0 Comments

A girl’s sexual awakening on prom night is unravelled in indie composer Jack Colwell’s new music video for his confessional single ‘Far From View.’ A little bit Nick Cave and Patrick Wolf, Jack Colwell [...]

Direct From Broadway – by Lina Hawi
By: Top Shelf Magazine - 03 March 2014 - 0 Comments

Australian star of musical theatre Anthony Warlow will return home this June with Tony-Award winner Faith Prince for an exclusive concert event titled Direct From Broadway. Direct From Broadway premieres at the Adelaide Cabaret [...]

Social Media Separation – by Stacey Gillam
By: Top Shelf Magazine - 26 February 2014 - 0 Comments

I stopped using social media last week. Well, I didn’t delete my accounts and completely take it out of my life. I’ve decided I’m going to go into one of those “I hate everything [...]

Fire Season: Having a Plan – Mindy Saini
By: Top Shelf Magazine - 25 February 2014 - 0 Comments

Living in Australia, I’m pretty sure some of us have gone through the experience of bush/grassfire situations in Summer. I experienced such a situation for the second time quite recently during the Mickleham (Victoria) [...]

NSW Food and Wine Festival – by Te Rina Taite
By: Top Shelf Magazine - 24 February 2014 - 0 Comments

Sydney-sider amateur food critics and wine snobs will unite this weekend as the NSW Food and Wine Festival kicks off this Friday, 21 February.  In celebration of last year’s success, the festival will now [...]

New Single Release for Pigeon – Matt Hewson
By: Top Shelf Magazine - 23 February 2014 - 0 Comments

Formed in early 2011 by a bunch of schoolmates, Brisbane-based electro-pop outfit Pigeon made a considerable impact with their first EP “Fortunes” and their well-crafted Daft Punk medley (now something of an Internet sensation). [...]

The Rise of The Grudge Workforce – Topshelf Mag Features
By: Top Shelf Magazine - 22 February 2014 - 0 Comments

There is a significant gap between the ideal and real retirement age of many working Australians, according to new research by Suncorp Superannuation.     For more information: http://www.suncorp.com.au/super/ [...]

How to fail a New Year’s resolution – by Ying Wang
By: Top Shelf Magazine - 18 February 2014 - 0 Comments

One way of measuring the beauty of a friendship is through the support one gives another when New Year’s resolutions fall through the creaky tin roof. In our close knit circle of four amicable [...]