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Archive for February, 2017

Financial Sustainability for the NDIS

The Productivity Commission are conducting a review of the NDIS scheme. The review will consider funding arrangements with states and territories, cost pressures including wages, potential efficiencies and any impact on mainstream services. These are presenting as the most pressing challenges for providers. Prices: Standard: AUD 2499 Commercial Solution Providers: AUD 3999 Speakers: Marcus Stafford, […]

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A Night of Fantasy

We live for the nights that turn into days and friends that turn into family, and its even more worth it when those nights are right out of your fantasy. Price Early Bird: AUD 29 VIP: AUD 49 Category: Bars / Pubs Time: 9:30 pm – 2:00 am

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DARTS – A BEACON FOR ALL OF US WELL PAST OUR SPORTING PRIME

“One hundred and eighty!” If you’ve ever watched a professional darts contest, I’d wager good money that there’s only one way you could have read that – with the wild hysteria of someone who loves their bar-sports. And why not? Everything is so serious and horrifying these days. Watching chubby men competitively throw darts in […]

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HOW TO IMPROVE SEXUAL CONFIDENCE

The most important issue that affects our sexual satisfaction is sexual confidence. It’s easy to imagine that most people are sexually confident; why wouldn’t they be? After all, the media is always publishing stories about celebrities and other famous people talking about their sexual lives and exploits. We often assume that our friends, colleagues and […]

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DUST: BREAD IS BROKEN EDUCATION CLASS

Do you love bread, but don’t know much about where your flour comes from? At DUST they are passionate about stone milling their own flour, they want you to join them for a class all about flour and more importantly the difference between modern flour and their flour. Learn about stone milling, slow fermentation and […]

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DUST: BREAD IS BROKEN EDUCATION CLASS

Do you love bread, but don’t know much about where your flour comes from? At DUST they are passionate about stone milling their own flour, they want you to join them for a class all about flour and more importantly the difference between modern flour and their flour. Learn about stone milling, slow fermentation and […]

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Fascinating Fascinators

You will learn how to make a fascinator with Sydney’s premier milliner, Neil Grigg in his Paddington workshop and shop in William Street Paddington. Get inspired, see how a milliner works and learn some trade secrets and work with feathers and millinery materials to make an original bespoke fascinator to take home and wear to […]

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Learn to Dance the Charleston

The Charleston is a fab, fun dance to get you laughing The Charleston is a high energy, fun dance from the 1920’s that has had a huge revival thanks to Baz Lurhman’s version of the” Great Gatsby.” He proved you can adapt the ‘flap’ to all styles of music. It’s perfect for solo dancing and […]

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Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous (FA)

Are you having trouble controlling the way you eat? Are you underweight? Overweight? Obsessed with food, weight, or dieting? You are not alone. Today, there is a solution. FA is a free program, with meetings held in Maroubra every Wednesday and Friday at the Salvation Army Hall.

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PASSING THROUGH THE ‘PASSAGE OF THE TRIGGER FISH’

The Solomon Islands is an archipelago of 922 islands in the southern Pacific Ocean, northeast of Australia between Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu. One of these islands is Tavanipupu, located off the southeast coast of Guadalcanal between Towara’o Island and Marapa Island in Marua Sound. The name Tavanipupu was enough for my ears to prick […]

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