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Why This Australia City Has Become the Food Allergy Capital of the World

And while the beauty, weather, quality of life, and vibrancy of its restaurant scene make Melbourne a great place to live, its location and climate also make it a prime spot for the prevalence of potentially lethal food allergies.

Cold War 16 – Dr Peter Ellyard

6 days agoHumor / odd : GDay World

Our guest today is Dr Peter Ellyard, a futurist, strategist, speaker and author living in Melbourne, Australia. He is known for his unique perspectives on global trends and emerging global markets. He talks to us about the role that “planetism” and the rising global middle class has on the future of the species and preventing...

Over-the-counter laser pointers a threat to eyesight

Laser pointers bought legally for less than $AU30 are a threat to eyesight - with one pointer found to be 127 times over the Australian legal limit. RMIT University researchers in Melbourne, Australia, found that green lasers were most...Show More Summary

These Are The 10 Most Livable Cities In The World

6 days agoNews : Huffington Post

A safe, stable city, with great schools, rich culture, solid infrastructure and reliable health care might sound like a place that’s hard to find. But that’s what awaits you in Melbourne, Australia, which was named the most livable city...Show More Summary

Melbourne, Australia is the most liveable city in the world

What makes a city liveable is the big question: are their criteria the right ones?

These Holocaust Survivors Have a 70-Year-Old Love Story That Defies All Odds

An elderly couple from Melbourne, Australia shared their incredible love story in an interview with the Australian Broadcasting Corp (ABC). Sigi and Hanka Siegreich (91 and 93) fell in love at first sight while imprisoned at the Czestochowa Nazi concentration camp in Poland during World War II. Show More Summary

Reflections on the revolution in Australia. Be there

The Edmund Burke’s Club of Melbourne is holding its second annual conference on…

The Chase

On a Saturday morning in April of 2014, Nenad Macesic, a thirty-one-year-old doctor-in-training, received an urgent phone call from the emergency room of Austin Hospital, just outside Melbourne, Australia. Lean and taut, with a swirl of dark hair, Macesic resembles an aspiring urban d.j. Show More Summary

A Post Western World? A Disturbing Interview With Prof. Harry Redner - Part 2

Submitted by Erico Matias Tavares via Sinclair & Co., Prof. Harry Redner was Reader at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, as well as visiting professor at Yale University, University of California-Berkeley and Harvard University. Show More Summary

This Week in Port Phillip in 1841: 1- 8 August 1841

Melbourne was bravely proclaiming that perhaps things weren’t too bad economically here (even if Sydney, South Australia and Tasmania were in trouble)… but then the ships came in.  Seven in all – five of them big ships- disgorged 1356 bounty … Continue reading ?

McDonald named coach of Melbourne Renegades

Andrew McDonald, the former Australia allrounder, has been confirmed as the new coach of the Melbourne Renegades

Cahill signs for Australia’s Melbourne City football club

2 weeks agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

Sydney (AFP) – Tim Cahill is returning to Australia to end his career playing in the A-League for Melbourne City, putting to rest speculation over the talismanic striker’s future. The 36-year-old, who is Australia’s top goalscorer, signed...Show More Summary

Hurstbridge Rail Line Upgrade

Connected to the South Morang railway line tracks until Clifton Hill, the Hurstbridge suburban railway line in Melbourne, Australia, is being upgraded with the aim of improving the frequency and reliability of services in Melbourne's north-east.

Online gaming can boost school scores

Teenagers who regularly play online video games tend to improve their school results, according to new research from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. But school students who visit Facebook or chat sites every day are more likely...Show More Summary

Susan Sarandon Talks Politics: 'I Don't Vote With My Vagina'

Susan Sarandon is all smiles while arriving on the red carpet for An Evening with Susan Sarandon held at Regent Theatre on Thursday (August 7) in Melbourne, Australia. The 69-year-old actress, who is in Australia as a guest of the La Dolce Vita Italian Festival, was honored at the event for her film career and [...]

Susan Sarandon wants this 'Real Housewife' to ditch the drama and become the 'Ghandi of reality shows'

Susan Sarandon was the guest of honour at a luncheon in Melbourne, Australia for the festival La Dolce Italia, to impart her sage wisdom, anecdotes, and a deliver a casual sledging to a reality star. SEE ALSO: Jennifer Aniston is fed...Show More Summary

Makes You Want To ‘Bang’ Your Head Against The Wall

Retail | Melbourne, VIC, Australia Categories: Extra Stupid Technology Tags: Retail "My computer made a bang noise, stopped working, then there was a weird smell... Is that a bad thing?" (Read more...) The post Makes You Want To ‘Bang’ Your Head Against The Wall appeared first on Funny & Stupid Customer Stories - Not Always Right.

Fly to Australia from the US for ~$770

The Flight Deal has a great fare tonight where you can fly to Australia for less than $1,000.  These fares leave from San Francisco or Dallas and arrive in Melbourne or Sydney. From their post: Fare Availability: Sydney: Valid for travel...Show More Summary

Young cocky orangutan is way better at breakdancing than you

You've been trying for years to perfect your b-boy moves, but unfortunately, this juvenile orangutan will always be better than you. Dewi from Melbourne Zoo in Australia has crazy dance skills, pulling off that spinning-on-the-ground thing you've been trying to do for ages. Show More Summary

Secretary Foxx Visits Australia to Drum Up Private Sector Infrastructure Investment

The Australian Financial Review reports that US Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx is in Melbourne and Sydney this week to promote private sector investment in US infrastructure. Foxx tells AFR that Australian investors have aShow More Summary

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