Entertainment

Morgan 3 Wheeler confirmed for Oz

QUIRKY British machine changed to be re-classified from a motorcycle to a car.

Libraries all the vogue for online magazines

Tasmanians can now read more than 200 of the world's best-selling magazines on their personal devices for free through their LINC Tasmanian Library membership.

New online word game chases Scrabble players

Word game lovers will be excited to learn of the launch of a new game described as the re-invention of scrabble and available for smart devices as an app.

Austria comes to Australia

IT WILL be the Sydney Opera House as you have never seen it before. On February 4, for the first time, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra will be broadcast live in concert onto the sails of the building, complete with a series of Viennese-inspired 3D animations.

That falling feeling

It's doubtful anyone ever wanted to experience falling 285 metres to the streets of Melbourne.

Lake Macquarie Australia Day fun

THE Australia Day Lake Macquarie Festival is one of the biggest days on the NSW region's calendar – and this year again promises something for everyone.

Non stop nostalgia

WELL-KNOWN Adelaide 1960s disc jockey Jim Slade is giving baby boomers the opportunity to join him as he relives his glory days of radio when he brought the likes of The Beach Boys, Roy Orbison, The Beatles and many others to our airwaves.

BEST BYTES: New, but how do you use it?

DON'T be afraid, be excited about your new mobile device, writes NAN BOSLER.

World comes calling

KHALIL Gudaz and ensemble will play Indian classical raga and melodies from Afghanistan on the sitar, tabla and tambura at a festival that will bring world music to the Murray in January.

Open-air cinema

TICKETS are being snapped up for the St George Open Air Cinema program during January and February.