2019/09/10

Why Laser Tattoo Removal Is The Better Option For Cover-Ups

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2019/09/10

SAFIA came to Melbourne and proved why they’re an indie powerhouse

Sunday night welcomed the anticipated return of Canberra electronic trio, SAFIA, for the second of two energetic nights at the theatre.
Melbourne singer-songwriter Eilish Gilligan kicked off the night, performing an array of singles released over the last few years. The night wasn’t sold out, but the crowd was encouraging and enthusiastic all the same, which made for a great atmosphere for the next act, beloved ‘soul-tronic’ duo Boo Seeka. Their set didn’t fail to deliver the high energy performance and infectious spirit they’ve become known for, with songs like 2015 single ‘Kingdom Leader’ and their 2019 release ‘Rush’ equally well received by everyone. Both opening acts for the night did a commendable job energising the crowd and preparing us for the night ahead.

Read more: https://www.beat.com.au/safia-came-to-melbourne-and-proved-why-theyre-an-indie-powerhouse-of-australia/
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2019/09/10

Tayla Harris's AFLW kick immortalised in bronze statue unveiled in Melbourne

One of football's most talked about kicks has been immortalised in a statue unveiled in Melbourne's CBD today.
The bronze statue of Carlton AFLW player Tayla Harris does not have a permanent home but will be based at Federation Square over the remaining AFL finals period.

Standing at 3.3 metres tall, it depicts a photo of Harris posted on the Seven Network's social media accounts earlier this year, where it was swamped by misogynistic online trolls before being controversially removed by the network.

The now famous photo, by photographer Michael Willson, captured Harris kicking a goal during a match against the Western Bulldogs.

The network eventually reposted the image, with an apology saying its removal had sent the wrong message and that it wanted to celebrate women's footy.

"It's a pretty surreal feeling, it's incredible and it's more than me just kicking football, it's a message, it's a turning point in Australian society, so it's something I can be personally proud of," Harris told the ABC today.

Read more: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-09-11/tayla-harris-kick-statue-unveiled-at-melbourne-federation-square/11500038

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2019/09/10

Uber’s plan to ferry passengers across Melbourne skies in electric drones isn’t just a pipe dream – the company has named a full-time boss for Uber Air in Australia

If you thought those images of an Uber drone flying above the Melbourne skyline were just a PR gimmick, think again — the ridesharing company has just announced a permanent executive to make it a reality.

In a blog post, Uber announced Natalie Malligan will take on the role of head of Uber Air in Australia and responsibility getting the project off the ground (literally).

Malligan — who will relocate to Melbourne for the position and was formerly Uber’s head of cities for Australia and New Zealand — will have the unenviable task of liaising with Victorian politicians, federal aviation authorities, the airport bureaucracy and the general public as the Uber Air offering takes shape.

Read more: https://www.businessinsider.com.au/uber-air-australia-new-boss-2019-9
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2019/09/10

The Real Housewives of Melbourne renewed for a fifth season

The Real Housewives of Melbourne has finally been commissioned for a fifth season, after being crowned the most watched reality show in Foxtel’s history.

The controversial Matchbox Pictures production, which first launched on Arena in 2014, has not yet cast any housewives, but Foxtel’s executive director of television Brian Walsh hinted who may be returning, in an interview on KIIS 1065 with Kylie and Jackie O.

He added there was potential to add some Sydney women into the fold.

“When I met with the producers a few months back I said some women on The Real Housewives of Sydney, we’d love to have them back on the screen, so I gave them the challenge of coming back to us with an idea to combine both cities and broaden out the idea to real housewives of Australia,” Mr Walsh said.

Read more: https://www.news.com.au/entertainment/tv/reality-tv/the-real-housewives-of-melbourne-renewed-for-a-fifth-season/news-story/57453bebe1d29f032b1fed3d81eb51b7

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