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Dean Heckscher

Dean Heckscher Dean Heckscher is a Canstar Blue journalist covering everything from fitness to retail and the auto industry. He has a dual degree in Business and Creative & Professional Writing from the Queensland University of Technology and is passionate about helping Australian consumers make more-informed purchase decisions, whether it’s in a supermarket aisle or car showroom. Dean also leads Canstar Blue’s content projects team, bringing several new topics to the top of the agenda.



How to watch the Melbourne Cup

Posted by November 5th 2019

It’s known as the ‘race that stops a nation’, and the Melbourne Cup is set to start for another year. Raced over 3,200 metres at Flemington Racecourse, the Melbourne Cup is one of Australia’s biggest …


beIN SPORTS Review & Guide

Posted by December 17th 2019

Keen on your sport? Find out what’s on offer with beIN SPORTS, and how much it will cost you in this Canstar Blue guide.



How to clean your car headlights

Posted by October 21st 2019

Find out how to give your car headlights the love and attention they need to keep the road ahead shining bright.



Watchmen series launches on Foxtel

Posted by October 15th 2019

If you like your superhero adventures a bit gritty, you might want to listen up, as a Watchmen series is hitting Aussie screens on October 21. Based on the DC Comic of the same name, …


How to watch the 2019 Bathurst 1000

Posted by October 29th 2019

One of the most popular events in the Australian racing calendar, Bathurst is often considered the home of motorcar racing, with the Mountain steeped in heritage, heartbreak and glory. And if you’re a big fan …


How to watch the NBA in Australia

Posted by October 29th 2019

Find out how and where to watch the NBA in Australia, including Foxtel and ESPN, NBA League Pass and Kayo.


How to watch the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Australia

Posted by September 6th 2019

We love a bit of rugby union here in Australia. Whether it’s catching the fourth grade down at your local, or watching the Wallabies on the world stage, there isn’t much like a good game …