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Article by australia-101 posted più di un anno fa
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- not being able to tell if there is a ragno running down your leg o just a drop of sweat

-hanging out with the squad at the shopping centre because your parents won’t let te use the air con

-the water is the same temperature regardless of whether te use the “hot” o “cold” tap

-your Cibo staple is not rice, but ice

-catastrophic fuoco danger warning

-going to the cinema and buying tickets to 4 Film just so te have a reason to stay there all day

-waiting for your zooper doopers to freeze overnight

-you decided to go to Bondi and it’s extremely overcrowded, but the spiaggia is too hot to walk on anyway

-buying the last box of Golden Gaytimes from Woolies

-volunteering at a Bunnings barbecue and empathizing with the sausages and onions

-having to choose between not drinking tea/coffee o overheating

-spending the entire giorno in the dark with the curtains drawn because te can’t afford to use electricity
Article by australia-101 posted più di un anno fa
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1. Lift Off was based on the ideas of a Harvard università psychologist, with the mostra being specifically designed for the toddler mind.

2. On Neighbours only six houses are ever seen on screen in Ramsay strada, via – Numbers 22, 24, 26, 28, 30 and 32.

3. Neighbours originally premiered on Channel Seven, but was a flop and cancelled after a few months. Then Channel Ten bought it and turned it into the mostra we Amore today.

4. The pilot episode of home And Away was a 90 minuto film.

5. Cheez TV was the first Televisione mostra in Australia to have an internet address.

6. The first two series of Round The Twist were based on Paul Jennings stories.

7. The Comedy Company is widely credited with the circulation of the word 'bogan’.

8. Series two and series three of Round The Twist had an eight anno gap between them.

9. A*Mazing originally had an obstacle that was a pit filled with ping pong balls. They removed this after two episodes, following contestants falling on the balls and hurting their spines.
Article by australia-101 posted più di un anno fa
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I fell in Amore in a Macca's parking lot
Sat on the curb eating vegemite sangas and pavlova
We talked about the Emu war and how it's too darn hot (whoa oh oh oh)

I told my mum that i'm gonna go swimming
And I'll need three litres of sunscreen to keep me safe
But if it's jellyfish season then i'll need to stay inside (whoa oh oh oh)

I'm always 'slip slop slapping' (yeah,yeah)
I'm always up for a barbie' (yeah,yeah)
No I don't listen to abbott (yeah,yeah)
And I'll never like julia either

I am Australian girl
wishing, praying it'll be colder
I'm wearing shorts, singlets and thongs
Sweating, crying, all australian girls (Whoa oh oh oh )
I was raised da the coccodrillo hunter
Every giorno is 50 degrees
Let's kick abbott out of parliament (Oh-way-oh)

I wanna see all the Film on netflix and try starbucks
But then i realise i live in the outback on a cattle farm
News by MisterH posted più di un anno fa
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I really mean it! What would te be able to do if SOPA/TPP censors the internet? What would te be able to do if Scrivere fanfics and drawing fanarts become illegal? What would te do if it's illegal to do a cover of your preferito song on YouTube? What would te do if downloading things from the internet (music, movies, TV episodes, etc) became illegal? What would te do if SOPA/TPP wins the war and takes away internet freedom? Net Neutrality is already dead so far, we can't risk the freedom of internet from getting killed da SOPA/TPP!

SOPA may have been stopped, but large companies with many copyrights are trying to re-institute portions of it under other names and policies. This attempt to protected speech in the name of copyright is unacceptable, and must be resisted.
News by HollyWoodBigFan posted più di un anno fa
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Looking for the newest Aussie actress to watch-out for? Well, I think I’ve found her.

Opening at The Ensemble Theatre in Sydney on September 19th, te can catch actress Jennifer Corren starring in the new comedy “Camp.” For anyone who has ever gone camping, you’ll be able to relate to playwright Gary Baxter’s newest tale which chronicles three couples, a tribe of children, one black snake, and an esky full of beer.

Like many vacations, “Camp” starts out with the best of intensions but quickly deteriorates into a series of unpredictable encounters. Battling the elements, Jennifer portrays Julie, a bit of a control freak who thinks of herself as a natural leader and a problem solver amongst the group.

Directed da Ensemble’s own Artistic Director Mark Kilmurry, Jennifer is joined on-stage da Ben Ager, Michelle Doake, Jamie Oxenbould, Karen Pang and David Terry. Jennifer is proud to be part of the show, explaining “What a joy it is to be working on this wonderful project with so many talented people. The Ensemble Theatre is like a family that I feel proud to be called a part of now. After playing Julie and experiencing all the...
Opinion by 123a posted più di un anno fa
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UPDATE 5.20pm: EVACUATIONS are under way in a dozen central and southern Queensland towns with floodwaters forcing più than 1000 Queenslanders from their homes.

Queensland's recitazione premier Paul Lucas detto the damage bill from the state's devastating floods is likely to exceed a billion dollars.

Mr Lucas and Emergency Services Minister Neil Roverts today visited isolated Chinchilla in central Queensland and conducted an aerial inspection of the flood-ravaged Dalby and Warwick areas in the southwest.

Chinchilla, Dalby and Theodore have been declared disaster areas and other towns have been hard hit including Mundubbera and Gayndah.

più than 300 roads are cut including the majority of the state's highways.

Emergency Management Queensland chief Bruce Grady today gave an overview of the flood crisis gripping parts of the state.

He detto the situation was dire in some communities, including the town of Theodore, west of Bundaberg, where efforts are under way to evacuate the entire 300-plus community.
Review by kimmyrealestate posted più di un anno fa
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The Australian Property Market

When it comes to nations in the world that are experiencing a thriving real estate market, Australia is towards the superiore, in alto of the list. Indeed, over the course of the past decade, the real estate market in many locations around Australia has been booming.

Major Australian cities naturally are experiencing the biggest growth in their real estate markets. Cities like Sydney, Perth, and Melbourne are leading the way in the real estate arena. In addition, a great number of più rural areas in the country are experiencing a surprising growth in their own real estate markets. Many people have come to find the più rural areas of the Down Under to have particular appeal.

Investment Property in Australia

An increasing number of people -- both Australian nationals and people living abroad -- have become più involved in purchasing and owning investment real estate in Australia since the turn of the century. Generally speaking, the up tick in the acquisition of investment real estate throughout Australia is taking shape in two general areas.
Opinion by Cammie posted più di un anno fa
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Firemen trying to control the Victorian bushfires this weekend
I woke up this evening around eight o'clock -feeling tired and irritated. Due to the extensive heatwave that has swept through most of the country this weekend, I had been unable to sleep for nearly two days. I live in the outer suburbs of Sydney (away from the coastline) and the temperatures reached as high as 46 degrees celcius today. I'm a person that prefers the summertime to winter as I tolerate the heat much better than the cold but these high temperatures were just too much to deal with.
I turned on the radio and the first news item was about the out-of-control bushfires in the state of Victoria.I realized as I listened to the broadcast just how lucky I am though. As much as I have complained and been grumpy all weekend over the heat (as many have I'm sure) I am più fortunate than some.
Many towns in Victoria, just north-west of the city of Melbourne,have been completely ruined da the bushfires. The state's Premier John Brumby as described the effect of today's bushfires as "the worst giorno in our history."
Opinion by The_Shizzali posted più di un anno fa
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So recently, a fellow fanpopper Snerkie postato a soapbox articolo entitled “Sydney = Overrated”. If te haven’t read that article, te may have to in order to get what I’m saying. To start, My name is Ali, I’m 17 and I live in Sydney.

Second, I want to pick a little bone with Snerkie.
te say Sydney is Un-Australian. Um... isn't that is what is so great about Australia? That that we are so MULTICULTURAL. Now te say te are not racist, but seriously, everyone has a right to live in Australia (given they're not terrorists, murderers o dangerous) and that fact that te put Un-Australian in bold worries me.

No Sydney is not great. When I was 12 my family moved from Melbourne to Sydney. I remember being so overwhelmed da the enormity of it all, I kept comparing it to Melbourne. Melbourne had trams and was easier to get around, Sydney didn’t. Melbourne had all my friends, Sydney didn’t. Melbourne was Melbourne and Sydney wasn’t. But then as I realized I was going to be in Sydney for awhile, so I sucked it up. I discovered buses and I got new and in some cases better friends.
Opinion by Snerkie posted più di un anno fa
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Okay, the titolo may "shock" some people but I will explain the whole thing...

Hello, I am Krystal, 18, and I live in Adelaide, South Australia. I've been to Queensland in 99/00 (forgot), Sydney in 01/02 (forgot), and Melbourne in 04. I recently went to Sydney again to go see the wrestling. te see on TV and everything they say how beautiful Sydney is and it's like the cuore of Australia...I saw differently though. Here are a few things.

My first giorno there I got sick, terrible headache that shot my head and a very sore tummy. I had been walking around the streets looking at shops. So many people around, so many homeless people sitting on the streets very close to people (will bring this up later) and smoking...every one was smoking. Sydney turned into "Cancer City" for me, everyone to light up a fag whenever they could, was extremely terrible to walk through.

Adelaide has been seen as the murder capital of the world, I have never had a fear to hold my bag tightly though. All the other places I never had that fear till this trip to Sydney. Not saying all homeless people are pick pocketers but...