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The man who killed Canberra’s “Ginger Ninja” has been sentenced.
A new punk mini-festival will descend upon Sydney this December when the inaugural Gingerfest brings acts like The Snowdroppers, 28 Days, Bagster and The Decline together for one epic punk-filled day. While music fans should rejoice in the birth of this new niche festival, what sets Gingerfest apart is its unlikely muse. A punk rock
The inaugural Gingerfest mini-festival, set to take place in Sydney this December, has expanded its artist lineup with a second batch of punk-rock acts, including The Snowdroppers, Anchors (pictured), Chris Duke & The Royals, The Decline and Steel City All Stars. Gingerfest 2014 has now become an impressively large mini-festival, with eight new acts being
Some of Australia’s most renowned punk and rock bands have joined forces for the inaugural Gingerfest. Featuring 28 Days, Bagster, Totally Unicorn, Born Lion, Clowns, Super Best Friends, and more, this special fundraising event will take over The Factory Theatre in Sydney on Saturday, 6th December. Gingerfest is an all-day event to raise money for