'Public investment in companies like Carriageworks enriches all of our lives. To ensure our post-COVID-19 future is bright, there's no time to be lost in strengthening that investment,' he told the Sydney Morning Herald. … [Read more...] about Iconic Sydney Carriageworks cultural centre that hosts popular farmers market and writers’ festival is SAVED after a group of philanthropists offer a ‘multi-million dollar lifeline’
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There were times, such as the spring of 2003 when a 23-year-old Geraghty won the first of two awards for the top rider at Cheltenham, when he seemed to have no equals in producing a flawless ride when it mattered most. Geraghty’s five winners that year – a double on Tuesday and Thursday with Moscow Flyer’s first Champion Chase on the middle day - equalled the record for a three-day Festival. Just over three weeks later, he landed the Grand National on Monty’s Pass. … [Read more...] about Farewell to Barry Geraghty, the smiling champion of Cheltenham
'I wish I had the proper words to say, but what I do know is that I feel so incredibly lucky to have been able to call you a mate and even though you are gone way too soon, the world has been all the better and brighter for having you in it'. … [Read more...] about Chumpy’s heartbreaking farewell: Girlfriend of Alex Pullin is comforted by friends as she breaks down at the spot where he tragically died spearfishing – as she shares a moving sunrise tribute with their dog Rummi
Meanwhile, the trickle of rescheduling announcements became a flood. But even as many distributors whisked their products out of harm’s way, others decided to confront the uncertainty of lockdown head on. Curzon Artificial Eye, a company with a distribution wing whose recent successes include Cold War and The Souvenir, as well as a chain of arthouse cinemas and its own streaming platform, Curzon Home Cinema, opted to stick as closely as possible to its planned release schedule, albeit through streaming rather than cinemas. “Basically, there were two reasons that we were going to survive,” says the head of Curzon, Philip Knatchbull. “One was because of Parasite” – the UK release of the Oscar-winning Korean film had been a huge critical and financial success – “and the other was because of Curzon Home Cinema.” He adds: “We are hurting enormously. We are losing I don’t know how much a week. We don’t have any grants or … [Read more...] about The future of film: can cinema survive Covid-19?
Ha! She made a joke about the backdrop of the picture where her shoes were piled up on a shelf, as she added a caption reading: 'I need think about getting better storage for my shoes', alongside the 'See no evil' monkey Emoji … [Read more...] about Una Healy laps up the heatwave as she flaunts her phenomenal abs and perky cleavage in stunning bikini selfie