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Konrad Marshall, staff writer at Good Weekend

Konrad Marshall, staff writer at Good Weekend

“I fell in love with her while she was studying in Australia … Her small town is where I started in journalism really.” Konrad Marshall, staff writer at Good Weekend, formerly US-based, author of Yellow and Black: A Season with Richmond, shares insights with Dylan J Bruce.

Talking tough challenges in Tarneit

Talking tough challenges in Tarneit

The ALP’s Sarah Connolly sees opportunities in infrastructure planning to ensure “great lives” in a fast-growing electorate where youth crime has been highly publicised. Madeline Bourn reports.

Doctor promises strong medicine for Prahran

Doctor promises strong medicine for Prahran

A paediatrician at the Royal Children’s Hospital, Dr Katie Allen aims to regain Prahran for the the Liberal Party at the Victorian election. Abbey Thorpe reports.

Young refugee's halal success

Young refugee’s halal success

He came by boat and spent months in detention. Within a decade of his release his business acumen is paying off. “Work hard, be confident and trust yourself,” Khan Hazara reveals the secret to success. Roushan Jafari reports.

The soundtrack for her life

The soundtrack for her life

Lady Shaula has graced the global stage, but she is just getting started. Mikaela Turner reports.

Making a "shed life" for men

Making a “shed life” for men

“Stick a bench and some tools between two guys, and they’ll yak for hours.” Mitchell Gardner speaks to the president of the Safety Beach/Dromana Men’s Shed about his experiences with the group.

Bowling back from the brink

Bowling back from the brink

Doctors thought Mark Simcocks, owner of Melbourne’s first bowling alley, would be wheelchair-bound after a stroke. Partly blind, he taught himself to bowl backwards and still get a strike. Travis Medhurst reports.

From the first lick

From the first lick

Bernadette Crick fell in love with the idea of baking after making a drum-themed cake for her son’s 16th birthday. Tayla Wilson reports.