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Giveaway Alert - Win Dinner for Two at Prime Luxury Steakhouse

WARNING! This post and the giveaway may result in meat sweats!

I know, I’m biased, but I think Australian beef and lamb is some of the finest produce in the world. 235 more words

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SIGMA searching for structure - Contest

SIGMA Germany has started this sunny week with a call on Facebook. Those of you who submit their nicest and most special favorite photo of a structure until this Monday, 20 Feb 2017, 6:00 p.m., can win even twice: According to the advertisement every photo will be published on the Facebook page and can be seen there many, many times. 139 more words

Entertainment

Jakob and Michelle Advance to National Merit Finalist Status!

The National Merit Scholarship Corporation has advanced two Wheatley seniors as Finalists in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program. The seniors earning this prestigious honor are: 82 more words

Students

K.I.S.S.

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/feb/13/archbishop-suggests-brexit-fascist-tradition

I beg to differ, Justin. And I offer the K.I.S.S. mantra in celebration both of today’s romantic tradition and of common sense. The British attitude (yes, a generalisation, I know, but a well-documented one) to European unity post WWII was always to welcome uncomplicated trade ties but to be suspicious of political links. 97 more words

Competition

Swimming Carnival 2017

Another great swimming carnival at the most beautiful sports venue in Melbourne.

Waterloo were the winners, followed by Yarra, Forrest, and Como. Well done everyone who participated in the events, and thank you also to those who helped out as martials, with photography, or cheering on your house in the stands. 23 more words

Events

UPDATE - CMSC 2017 – Québec City

To date, nine people have confirmed their attendance for Canadian Masters Swimming Championships in Québec City from May 12-14.  There were an additional four “Maybe”s. 34 more words

Meets

The elephant (and the donkey) in the boardroom

Firms governed by politically conservative boards of directors pay their CEOs more money than do firms with more liberal-leaning (the ideological left in the US) boards.

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