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“ANYTHING GOES” OPENS SOON

Hailed by The New York Times as “musical comedy joy” and called “glorious and exuberant” by USA Today, “Anything Goes”, Cole Porter’s much loved musical, featuring a hilarious tale of topsy-turvy relationships, mistaken identities and foiled plots, peppered with some of musical theatre’s most memorable standards including You’re The Top, De-Lovely, I Get A Kick Out Of You and of course the title song, Anything Goes, is soon to open in Australia. 303 more words

CRICKET WORLD CUP FEATURES IN NEW AIR INDIA MENU

India’s national carrier, Air India, has daily flights from Sydney to Delhi on their new B-787 Dreamliner aircraft. Said to be the world’s most advanced aircraft, the Dreamliner gives passengers the benefits of a smoother ride with cleaner air resulting in a lesser feeling of jet lag. 442 more words

“THAT SUGAR FILM” MAKES YOU THINK

Telling the frightening tale about one man’s journey to discover the brutal truth about sugar, “That Sugar Film”, directed by and starring Damon Gameau, will have everyone paying attention to the food they are about to eat. 231 more words

MACAU SPARKLES WITH FIVE-STAR SUCCESS Weekly Report 27 Feb 2015

MACAU SPARKLES WITH FIVE-STAR SUCCESS  MACAU has been officially recognised for having the largest number of five-star properties of any destination in the world. Reputable Forbes Travel Guide, the long established creator of five-star ratings, has added four Macau restaurants and a major international hotel – Conrad Macao – to its 2015 list ensuring the former Portuguese enclave takes top billing. 886 more words

CELEBRATE CHINESE NEW YEAR IN MACAU

Chinese communities around the globe are making preparations to celebrate and herald the arrival of the Year of the Ram (Goat).

During Chinese New Year, one of the traditions is for people to visit and greet each other with plenty of “Kung Hei Fat Choy” and by offering “Lai Si” (red packets) containing money to wish good luck and prosperity. 428 more words

BONDI LIFEGUARDS TELL THEIR STORY

Now the Bondi Lifeguards, Bruce “Hoppo” Hopkins, Trent “Maxi” Maxwell, Andrew “Reidy” Reid, Anthony “Harries” Carroll and Rod “Kerrbox” Kerr, have been immortalised in print, with the publication of “Stories From The Bondi Lifeguards”. 189 more words