Survivor Wrecked by 9

Viewers are expressing their anger at networks whose shows continually run late. Top of the list is the current series of Survivor series (USA) Millennials and Gen X-ers. Channel 9 in its wisdom is broadcasting each show as soon as it can after it is broadcast in the US.  That is all very well and […]

Best TV Advert of All Time!

Best because it is inspirational Best because it is positive Best is educates and entertains Best because it is amazing We’re The Superhumans | Rio Paralympics 2016 Trailer Published on Jul 14, 2016 Channel 4 is proud to present the 3-minute trailer for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games. Writers: Strouse/Adams Publisher: Warner/Chappell Music Publishing Ltd […]

7Two on Foxtel

7TWO has disappeared off FOXTEL which has customers every angry specially as it is just prior to the Olympic Games. The big question is who is responsible?  Foxtel or Channel 7 (Network Seven) We found this announcement on foxtel.com.au 7TWO will no longer be retransmitted to selected satellite areas. From Tuesday 26 July, 2016 – 7TWO […]

Free Mojgan

Mojgan Shamsalipoor is a young female refugee from Iran. She applied for refugee status in 2012 and while it was processed was allowed to live in Brisbane. Since arriving on our shores, she has been a model citizen, gone to school, found love and married. After 2 years the Department of Immigration found Ms Shamsalipoor […]

Rio Olympic Games in Australia

The opening ceremony of the 2016 Summer Olympics  will take place in the Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on Friday 5 August 2016 with Australians watching it live on Saturday morning 6 August 2016. Games of the XXXI Olympiad (Rio 2016) from 5 to 21 August 2016. Telecast LIVE on Channel 7, 7pm – […]

Don’t Kill Bulk Bill

The Australian government has announced its plan to take away bulk billing incentive payments for pathology tests from 1 July 2016. Cuts to pathology bulk billing will mean patients may have to pay for tests, pathology services could close and jobs could be lost. In short, your healthcare will suffer. We can fight these cuts […]

Ultimate TV Cooking Competition: Winners vs Winners

Imagine it, TV’s ultimate cooking competition pitting winners versus winners. The grand final of grand finals. The cooking competition to end all cooking competitions. Channel versus channel. Cooking show versus cooking show The pinacle of cook-offs. The cook-off of cook-offs. The everest of smashing it out of the park. If we don’t cook this perfectly, […]

Sky Rail Frankston Line

The Sky Rail Project is fast turning into EastWest Tunnel drama 2 with local residents holding the Victorian State Government to ransom over demands to not build it. From an observers point of view, millions of dollars are at stake, thousands of hours travel time affected, the future affecting the lives of Melburinans into the […]

Railway Hotels of Australia

Join author Scott Whitaker as he journey’s around Australia investigating the life of the Railway Hotel, beginning with his multipart work, Volume One – Railway Hotels of Victoria. In the early days, Railway Hotels (along with Terminus, Junction and Station) were quickly established to service the railway construction workers, or navvies. Some publicans stayed in […]

Emergency APP For Travellers

Emergency assistance for international travellers via new app A new travel safety app that connects travellers with overseas emergency services and embassies at the touch of a button, and can translate critical emergency questions into the local language, was unveiled at the launch of the Travel Aware App this week. In the event of a […]

Melbourne Capital Of Game Industry

Over the past few years Melbourne has become the hub of the Australian game industry. Some pof the world’s premier game developers live and work in Victoria. Names synonymous with games, app, development are: Iron Monkey Firemint Firemonkeys Studio Crossy Road Fruit Ninja Halfbrick Hipster Whale KlickTock Mighty Games Prettygreat Games Pac Man 256 Phil […]

Children’s Cancer | Government Web Site

One can only imagine the heartache of learning a child has cancer. There must be so many questions and help needed in understanding the way forward. A wonderful new Federal Government web site offers exactly this. Children’s Cancer website offers families step-by-step guidance and ‘perspective’. The Government hopes the website will offer families affected by […]

Marriage Debate

Two sides of a debate. For traditional marriage between a male and a female For same-sex marriage between two males or two females. For or against Traditional marriage as defined in religion Same sex marriage defined as two people “in love”. The debate has occurred around the world with laws changing in many countries now […]

Channels 7 and 10 BAN Marriage Alliance Advertising

Channels 7 and 10 plus some radio stations have refused to air the new television advert from Marriage Alliance, featuring an iceberg and the slogan, “It’s not as simple as you think.” The Marriage Alliance pushes the idea that marriage equality would be “the tip of the iceberg”, advising viewers that there’s some serious consequences […]

TV – Re midday movies

An open letter from a reader Attention network executives, tv programmers and television bosses. This is a suggestion The first thing I do in the morning is have  breakfast and see what is on at midday. At the moment – nothing – nothing. Unfortunately the people who watch tv at this time are retired women, […]

What’s New In Melbourne

There is always something happening in Melbourne. 24/7/365 Here we show the latest events and business listings added to the Melbourne What’s On calendar and Melbourne Business Directory.

DeliveryHero | Order Takeaway Online

We are thrilled to announce a new partner.. DeliveryHero.com.au enables customers to quickly and easily order food over the internet. In just a few clicks steaming-hot food is promptly delivered to your door. Enter Your Post Code > Pick a restaurant > Order a takeaway > Food is delivered! Since launching in 2011 Delivery Hero […]

R U OK?

Thursday 10th September 2015 | R U OK? Day is a national day of action, dedicated to inspiring all people of all backgrounds to regularly ask each other ‘Are you OK?’ It’s a national day of action which aims to prevent suicide by encouraging Australians to connect with someone they care about and help stop […]

Walk Safely to School Day

Friday 22 May 2015 is National Walk Safely to School Day Walk Safely to School Day is an annual, national event that encourages all primary school students to walk safely, and commute actively, to school. Now in its 16th year, this community event promotes better attitudes to road safety, health, public transport and the environment. […]

Garage Sales Day

We are joining in the fun of garage sales by telling our readers about Garage Sales Day. Garage Sales Day celebrates Australian’s passion for recycling and grabbing a bargain. Garage Sales Day is celebrated annually in late October. The next Garage Sales Day is on Saturday 24th October 2015. Use the links below to advertise or visit garage […]