Due to the outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), health authorities have advised that all non-essential, organised public gatherings of 500 or more people should be cancelled from Monday 16 March 2020. As a result, event organisers and venue operators are advised to postpone their scheduled events with more than 500 people or look to reduce crowd numbers to ensure the … [Read more...] about COVID-19 Coronavirus update
I scream, you scream, we all scream for FREE 100% VEGAN ICE CREAM being given away by the Lords on February 22nd, 2019. We've got a PSA that'll make your readers melt: Lord of the Fries are giving away free (yes, FREE) ice cream sandwiches on Friday 22nd February to the first 100 visitors. To celebrate the launch of their new range of vegan frozen treats, Australia's … [Read more...] about Free vegan ice cream sandwiches from Lord of the Fries
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child exclusively performing at the Princess Theatre in Melbourne. Based on an original new story by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne and John Tiffany, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is coming to Melbourne. Melbourne is the third city to welcome the critically acclaimed play following its world premiere in London in July 2016, where it … [Read more...] about Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
Updated hourly guide to what's happening around Australia. Includes events, festivals, fairs, shows, exhibitions, markets, dinners for the whole family to enjoy. … [Read more...] about What’s On
What is a person from <insert city name> called? The question is surprisingly very popular and one of Google's most frequently searched questions. To answer it properly, we have to understand Australia has state and city nicknames plus in slang: What do Aussies call other Aussies: Victoria: Mexicans, Gum Suckers, Cabbage Patchers Melbourne: Melburnian* * Don't … [Read more...] about A Person From Melbourne is called a Melburnian
Here it comes, the Schapelle Corby express train. It will be fascinating to watch how the media handles it. In the days leading up to and including her release from a Bali jail where she served 12 years for drug smuggling, most media has been following the story, often leading news bulletins with details. To publish or not to publish remains the question. Already … [Read more...] about Schapelle Corby Express
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 … [Read more...] about Best TV Advert of All Time!
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 will no longer be retransmitted … [Read more...] about 7Two on Foxtel
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 - 11pm (Rio) Friday 5 August 2016 (GMT-3) 8am - 12pm … [Read more...] about Rio Olympic Games in Australia
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 to pathology. Public pressure has stopped … [Read more...] about Don’t Kill Bulk Bill
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 the new … [Read more...] about Railway Hotels of Australia
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 terrorist attack, accident, natural … [Read more...] about Emergency APP For Travellers
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 little problems turning into big ones. On that day we want … [Read more...] about R U OK?
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. Parents and carers are encouraged … [Read more...] about Walk Safely to School Day