Legend has it that Valentine, was a Roman Catholic priest who secretly married young couples when a medieval emperor banned marriage, due to the belief that single men produced the best soldiers. Arrested for treason, he signed a letter to his lover that visited him in prison “From your Valentine” which would become the modern day phrase for the day of of love.
Coupled, Married or Single – we asked for tips from some of the pros in the spaces of Entertainment, Fitness, Music, Food & Lifestyle as they gave us their insight into the ultimate Valentine’s Day, relationship, dating and gift advice.
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As we muddle through the week with the Australia Day long weekend in sight, we take a look at some of the country’s movers and shakers representing the country on the global stage.
Continue reading Celebrating Australia Day we present Top 5 Aussies under 35 making waves on the global stage
Summer may be the season of fun but for fur babies, it can pose extra risks. Dr Louisa Fenny, WA state manager of app-based home vet visit booking service Pawssum Vets, said a range of health issues became more of a problem in Australia’s warmest months and pet owners needed to be vigilant to guard against them. “From avoiding heatstroke and watching out for grass seeds to minimising your pet’s sun exposure to reduce the risk of skin cancer, there are lots of summertime health hazards we need to be aware of to keep our fur babies safe,” she said.
Continue reading 5 Summer safety tips for our fur babies with Pawssum Vets
It’s that time of year again. You’re ready to change your ways, turn over a new leaf, and actually conquer your resolutions — yeah, never mind all that. You’ve jumped on the scales and you’re wondering how that extra zero got there, the buttons are popping off your favorite jeans you’ve got new cheek folds in those photos that you’ve just been tagged in from the annual work party do! Getting back on track for Summer is not all that daunting! Continue reading 10 ways to keep those New Year’s Resolutions on track
A quick look at the art of the pop-up cinema – from iconic harbour views and red rock mountains, to green powered screenings and hot tub novelties, we take a quick squizz at 5 of the cool and quirky ones!
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The reach of Sydney Festival widens each year and we take a look at some of the world exclusives and unique installations on show at destination venues in the outer Western Suburbs with associate, Sydney Scoop. A range of thrilling circus acts, cabaret and slapstick comedy set to the soundtracks of punk rock and lost soundtracks of 1930s Chinese jazz. A thought provoking blend of rap and literature unlocks the thoughts and feelings from a Muslim-Australia perspective. Two days of action packed adrenaline rush experiences, open air orchestra and immersion into the First People’s concept of ‘deep listening’ will theme the Western Sydney cultural experience.
The complete program of events across all Western Sydney events and venues:
Continue reading 12 things to see out West during Sydney Festival
Restaurant Manager, Callum McCrorie and Head Chef, Tom Swapp were the new additions heading up Pony Dining in Brisbane late last year. Together, they embarked on a mission to rejuvenate the already alluring proposition of wining and dining at the waterfront of Eagle Street Pier.
Continue reading Top 5 Wine trends by Callum McCrorie of Pony Dining, Brisbane