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  • Farmers are in crisis Mick. You can support Lifeline's emergency response now.








    Lifeline needs your help to provide immediate crisis support to Australians hit hard by the dairy farmer crisis.
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  • Trading World Markets

    Trading World Markets



    BUY AUD/USD

    ENTRY: 0.7260 or better
    STOP: 0.7200
    TARGET: 0.7450


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  • The Inaugural Ride As One Charity Ball

    The Inaugural Ride As One Charity Ball



    The inaugural Ride As One Charity Ball was held on January 30th raising over $30,000 in support of the Leukaemia Foundation. The night was hosted by Tottie Goldsmith who charmed and encouraged people to donate for blood cancer.



    Pettifleur Berenger of The Real Housewives of Melbourne and model Cindy Carino attended the event alongside 280 guests at The Vue, Docklands..



    Guests enjoyed a mesmerising performance international violinist...
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  • Supper Club: COP OUT – part of ArtCOP21

    Supper Club: COP OUT – part of ArtCOP21



    ARTS HOUSE PARTICIPATE IN ARTCOP21 — THE CULTURAL AND ARTISTIC RESPONSE TO THE UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE ON CLIMATE CHANGE

    For the final Supper Club of 2015, Arts House will host a virtual forum – COP OUT – with an eclectic and esteemed group of scientists, artists, academics and activists to discuss how art can impact climate change.

    COP OUT is a live video/audio streamed online event (via the Arts House blog and Twitter) that will take place on the
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  • May LOVE See Us All Through . . .

    May LOVE See Us All Through . . .



    As I sit in the sorrow of the loss of life in Lebanon and Paris through the act of terrorism in the last few days I observe a love so deep in my heart that cannot be destroyed by these senseless acts. At times this is more easily said than done. Sometimes the pain inflicted by human beings on each other is so deep that it feels impossible to find my way through. The darkness is so overwhelming that I feel like sobbing. I feel it is impossible to move this pain and I
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  • A city thrives on connectedness but access all hours makes privacy a problem

    A city thrives on connectedness but access all hours makes privacy a problem



    Cities are complex systems, some may even say messy systems. Many independent and concurrent decisions shape the experience, form and opportunities in a city. And many stakeholders have their views, their data and their interests without necessarily sharing with others.
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  • Life is a Battlefield

    Life is a Battlefield

    Most people don’t usually see people like me. In their field of vision, they often see only what they want to see. Maybe they’re just not really sure what to do with someone like myself. I don’t blame them – a life like mine is in no way an ordinary one with all the challenges it brings – it’s anything but comfortable.
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  • Why are we abusing our parents? The ugly facts of family violence and ageism

    Why are we abusing our parents? The ugly facts of family violence and ageism

    Although population ageing is overwhelmingly a good thing, representing a healthier population overall and a longer more productive lifespan for most, it also means an increase in elder abuse.
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  • 2015 Emirates Melbourne Cup, History in the Making!

    2015 Emirates Melbourne Cup, History in the Making!

    The 2015 Melbourne Cup Day was destined to be one memorable Cup with niece to beloved Princess Diana, Lady Kitty Spencer, international guest of the VRC and Emirates, and Australia's international ministry of affairs, Julie Bishop attending in support to the Melbourne Spring Carnival.
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  • Warming Up Winter!

    Warming Up Winter!



    Every winter
    Prahran Mission serves over 5,000free hot breakfasts to those experiencing homelessness, living with a mental illness, poverty and social disadvantage.


    We also provide warm clothing and utility payments to over 500 individuals and families over the cold winter months. These valuable provisions help significantly to keep them warm and make it through the cold winter season.

    For many of us, winter is a time we enjoy having warm meals and
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  • Farmers are in crisis Mick. You can support Lifeline's emergency response now.
    by Mick Pacholli







    Lifeline needs your help to provide immediate crisis support to Australians hit hard by the dairy farmer crisis.
    ...
    26 May 2016, 06:37 PM
  • Trading World Markets
    by Mick Pacholli


    BUY AUD/USD

    ENTRY: 0.7260 or better
    STOP: 0.7200
    TARGET: 0.7450


    ...
    18 May 2016, 03:35 PM
  • The Inaugural Ride As One Charity Ball
    by the-a-listers


    The inaugural Ride As One Charity Ball was held on January 30th raising over $30,000 in support of the Leukaemia Foundation. The night was hosted by Tottie Goldsmith who charmed and encouraged people to donate for blood cancer.



    Pettifleur Berenger of The Real Housewives of Melbourne and model Cindy Carino attended the event alongside 280 guests at The Vue, Docklands..



    Guests enjoyed a mesmerising performance international violinist...
    2 February 2016, 12:05 PM
  • Supper Club: COP OUT – part of ArtCOP21
    by Admin


    ARTS HOUSE PARTICIPATE IN ARTCOP21 — THE CULTURAL AND ARTISTIC RESPONSE TO THE UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE ON CLIMATE CHANGE

    For the final Supper Club of 2015, Arts House will host a virtual forum – COP OUT – with an eclectic and esteemed group of scientists, artists, academics and activists to discuss how art can impact climate change.

    COP OUT is a live video/audio streamed online event (via the Arts House blog and Twitter) that will take place on the
    ...
    7 December 2015, 10:21 PM
  • May LOVE See Us All Through . . .
    by Judy Taylor


    As I sit in the sorrow of the loss of life in Lebanon and Paris through the act of terrorism in the last few days I observe a love so deep in my heart that cannot be destroyed by these senseless acts. At times this is more easily said than done. Sometimes the pain inflicted by human beings on each other is so deep that it feels impossible to find my way through. The darkness is so overwhelming that I feel like sobbing. I feel it is impossible to move this pain and I
    ...
    26 November 2015, 09:29 PM
  • A city thrives on connectedness but access all hours makes privacy a problem
    by Rob Greaves


    Cities are complex systems, some may even say messy systems. Many independent and concurrent decisions shape the experience, form and opportunities in a city. And many stakeholders have their views, their data and their interests without necessarily sharing with others.
    ...
    23 November 2015, 08:55 AM
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