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 […]

Market Advertising & FAQ

Every week across Australia there are hundreds of markets, ranging from niche markets to multi-come one, come all markets. This article is about markets in general, how they operate and advertise on the internet. The word “market” also covers what some like to call fairs, swap meets, but for the interest of this article, we […]

2018 Games Malarky

In 2018, a games event will be held where Commonwealth countries will compete in a 14 day event held every 4 years. I’d include the name of the event but its name is trademarked. GOLDOC owns all the IP rights in the words, marks, text, images, photographs, videos, audio, graphics of the games to the […]

Coronation Street

It feels like all we ever do is write about the end of another TV series. First it was A Place To Call Home, now Coronation Street. They appear to suffer from the same fate.. falling viewer numbers means no advertiser interest’, meaning no revenue. Coronation Street Sad really. Another long running TV show, this […]

Fun Family Day Out

Do not understimate how much fun your family will have at a day out at a museum. A day out at a museum is great fun for the whole family. I say this to parents who have not been to a museum for few years.  Museums have changed a lot.  Long gone are the boring […]

A Place to Call Home

We’re seeing lots of rather angry, annoyed and abusive messages about A Place to Call Home. There is no suggestion that it wasn’t a good show. It has good writing, story, actors, production. The decision to terminate production is not about the show, but “finances”. It cost more to produce the show than could be […]

Computer Markets Review

To Computer Markets Or Not, that is the question.?  Is going to a computer market the answer to your computer needs? After reading about weekend computer markets in Melbourne for many years, we finally got around to checking one out. We found an excellent guide to markets in Melbourne at the OnlyMelbourne web site which […]

Mobile Handset Salute

The fines don’t work, the loss of demerit points is not working, what will it take to stop drivers using mobile handsets while driving? Last year Victoria Police fined 59,000 people for talking on the phone.  Penalties in Victoria are a loss of 4 demerit points and a $433 fine. In NSW, Police booked 780 drivers […]

Facebook Is Killing Your Website

Facebook Is Killing Your Website, with your help! As common as we now say “Google it” instead of saying “search the internet”, we see webmasters working on their Facebook pages in preference to their own web site pages. Example: Art Exhibition at a Gallery The gallery will post a new exhibition on their Facebook page […]

Gazza’s Garage Sales

When you get to a garage sale, tell ’em Gazza sent you, thats what his web site says. Gazza’s Garage Sales is the home of garage sales online in Australia. Gazza’s Garage Sales provides sellers with free advertising of garage sales all year round. Gazza’s Garage Sales provides buyers with a directory of upcoming garage […]

West End Of Melbourne

We spotted this advert in Saturday’s TheAge, and noticed a few anomalies. The sales pitch invites the reader to be a part of The New York End of Town.  I have lived in Melbourne all my life and never heard of a New York end of town, but hey, we have to start somewhere. On […]

Tina Robbed | Dancing With Stars

WOW!  If written complaints are anything to go by, Tina Arena was robbed! Dancing With The Stars win goes to Cosentino, beating Tina Arena and Rhiannon Fish After four months of training and 11 nights of competition, grand illusionist Consentino has won season 13 of Dancing With The Stars, beating out the hotly tipped favourite, […]

4G Melbourne Cup

It might be known as the race that stops a nation, but the Melbourne Cup has also become the race that clogs all mobile networks. As soon as the horses finish their 3.2-kilometre sprint on Tuesday afternoon, about 100,000 punters are likely to grab their phone to tap out a text message, make a phone […]

TV Show Recording Nightmares

Over the past couple of years we have received many complaints from people who have gone to the recording of shows like Xfactor and Australia’s Got Talent. The complaints center around the treatment of people waiting for shows by so-called security personnel. Complaints Long waits in queues before shows commence Waiting outside in poor weather […]

Dirty On Carpet Cleaning

I have to say, not happy Jan! Well, happy about one outcome but very unhappy about another. Read on.. Lets start with the good… Say Goodbye to Carpet Stains Our dog is getting on in years (over 100 in human years) and had a little accident on the carpet in the rumpus room.  We cleaned […]