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Walk around the market

By Kate

At Melbourne, Australia


Jets v Crushers

Welcome to Hanson Park – historic home of the Newtown Jets.

Beautiful day for it. Reminds me of those balmy afternoons here in the early 70’s when Ken Wilson would carry the old Newtown Bluebags home with his boot. 1,098 more words


Friday Feed

This Week: Housing developments place Melbourne’s food bowl at risk, “high prices” a key barrier to healthy food access, archaeologists discover bread that predates farming and the high environmental price of California’s mega-farms. 423 more words


Abbey Medieval Festival

The Abbey Medieval Festival, hosted by the Abbey Museum of Art & Archaeology, is a living history event. I have always wanted to attend the festival and see, firsthand, some historical re-enactments. 889 more words


Gold Coast, Australia: 2 Great Universities in 1 Great Location

By Carley Frea, Senior Site Specialist, Australia

Gold Coast

A global city featuring shimmering skyscrapers along the white sand coast and warm rays of sunshine 300 days per year, the Gold Coast provides a perfect study abroad destination, blending the exciting city life with the leisure lifestyle of a renowned beach destination. 369 more words

Study Abroad

Up at dawn in Melbourne

The joy of travelling is real when a curious flick on sky scanner, courtesy of Airbnb wifi, can turn into a last minuet trip to Melbourne. 609 more words

Andrew Little correct to stand up to Peter Dutton

Yesterday, reacting to the deportation of New Zealanders who had lived their entire lives in Australia, Minister of Justice Andrew Little sharply criticized Australian Minister for Immigration Peter Dutton for the breach of human rights. 504 more words

New Zealand