Sharing a home with The Project, this legendary five star hotel is located in the heart of Melbourne's South Yarra, a renowned restaurant, cafe, fashion and shopping district. The discrete and professional staff are committed to serving the needs of all customers. For anyone looking for that special place to stay, this hotel is the place to be.
TEG Dainty and Nice Events are excited to announce that The Betoota Advocate will tour Australia in November/December 2018. Clancy Overell and Errol Parker will treat audiences to a no holds barred live show in true Betoota-style, filled with their trademark wit and humour.
After the 2016 sell-out tour, Larks in Transit, the UK’s very own straggle-haired polymath, Bill Bailey, returns to Australia with his new comedy and music extravaganza, Earl of Whimsy.
You can see Sam in ‘Radical Women of Latin American Art 1960-1985’ at Yack Festival in Sydney which runs from 19th Oct – 4th Nov. yackfestival.com for details
“This Melbourne group – with a taut, impassioned sound somewhere between the Killers and Wire – happens to be the real deal.” – The Village Voice
Walk with Olivia in Melbourne or walk wherever you are in the world for wellness and research.
The refined In Home Care (IHC) program as part of the new child care package provides flexible care that supports families’ workforce participation and child care requirements where other options are not available or appropriate.
Australia has a new child care package, including the new Child Care Subsidy. The subsidy replaces the previous Child Care Benefit and Child Care Rebate and is paid directly to services.
To get tickets to see Steve Vizard's opera The Space Between starring Emma Matthews, click the link above.
Jimeoin is taking his latest show The Ridiculous to various parts of Australia, including Tasmania, WA and Queensland - details and tickets are here!
Australia’s adopted son of comedy returns with his brand new show – We Need to Talk. Quite often the phrase ‘we need to talk’ comes when we need to engage in serious conversation. Arj believes ‘we need to talk’ about our interactions as humans and there is a theme to parts of the show around technology and how the world has changed in the last 20 years as a result of the internet and our endless access to it from smartphones.
In his almost 20-year career, Jim has delivered seven monumental comedy specials and is one of the biggest ticket‐selling stand‐up comedians on the planet - his 2016 dates sold over 50,000 tickets across nine cities in Australia alone. Now, The Jim Jefferies Show anchor is bringing his latest live stand up – The Night Talker Tour – fresh from New York City’s Madison Square Garden in November to arenas in his biggest Australian tour to date.
Vance Joy will be bringing his tour to Australia this month. If you'd like to buy tickets, please click the link.
Legendary British singer Lily Allen will touch down in Australia and New Zealand in February 2019 for a series of electric shows. To purchase tickets, click the link.
Aldi is proud to bring some of Australia’s funniest performers for a night of laughs in Dubbo. Tickets are free!
Lawrence Mooney is bringing back his show An Evening With Malcolm. Click then link for tickets.
Making a decision to change can be both exciting and scary. When gambling has become a part of who you are, how you think and what you do it can be difficult to change this behaviour. But not impossible!
Every month thousands of women in 80+ countries gather in Sister Circles to connect, grow, empower one another, and catalyze the transformation and progress of our world.
Tim's heading out on tour around Australia - check this link for details of dates and grab yourself some tickets!
Gene Simmons and very special guest star Ace Frehley will deliver their individual sets backed by Gene’s smokin’ hot band, followed by an encore to blow your mind! For the first time in 17 years, they will hit the stage together to deliver the final songs of the evening, in a moment that’s destined to make rock folklore.
Click the link above to get tickets to see Why Don't We live on their Australian tour!
Yassmin Abdel-Magied asks questions. She questions why we don’t hear more diverse voices in our communities, in our politics and in the media. She leads by example, breaking moulds and smashing stereotypes at every opportunity. Abdel-Magied is an author, a mechanical engineer, a highly articulate social commentator and raving petrol-head who founded the not-for-profit Youth Without Borders at age 16. Click the link to see her at the 2018 Melbourne Writers Festival.
Yum Yum is a 16-year-old Devon Rex who is a rescue cat. She is deaf and losing her sight, but is very loving and adorable... She also has a ridiculously loud meow. She has entered into the Guinness World Records for the title of 'loudest meow by a domestic cat', but need funds to fast track her application and pay for sound proof studio time to measure her loudness correctly. Please donate to this worthy cause.
Dean is touring right across the country this December, find out the dates and grab your tickets here!
Australia Alopecia Areata Foundation Inc. (AAAF) was founded in 2010 with the purpose of improving the lives of people living with Alopecia Areata and their families. To give each person the best chance of managing their alopecia journey positively, the whole family and each individual needs to be supported to manage their unique experience. By reducing the financial and emotional stress and enabling children, young people, adults and their support networks to develop their strengths and skills, AAAF assists the whole family to achieve that positive journey.
How do you speak to children about grief? It is ok to admit that you don’t know or that you don’t have all the answers. Having an aid like the book 'Yesterday You Were Here' helps to open lines of communication about a very difficult subject.
A once-in-a-lifetime audience with one of the most recognizable women of our generation. This August, Australian audiences will get to hear about the incredible life of one of the most legendary actresses and activists of our time – Jane Fonda.
Kesha is in the country in October for her Rainbow Tour. Click the link for tickets.
Aussie comedy legend Magda Szubanski is going to attend her own funeral for Second Last Rites as part of the Melbourne Writers Festival. Follow the link for tickets.
The seeds for kogo were planted in July 2004. It was a particularly cold winter in Melbourne and there was a sudden resurgence in the popularity of knitting scarves. These two factors combined to motivate Ros Rogers to get friends and family to direct their knitting energy towards knitting for charity (after all how many scarves can one person wear!). This resulted in 180 scarves being knitted and these were distributed by the Emerald Hill Mission to those experiencing homelessness.
For more info on Kaitlin Algate featured in our story tonight, head to her instagram...
The Australia Alopecia Areata Foundation was founded in 2010 with the purpose of improving the lives of people living with Alopecia Areata and their families.
If you believe locking up children is never the answer, join the call for Turnbull and Shorten to get #KidsOffNauru.
Dresses For The Drought exists to help provide beautiful dresses and suits for those young Australians in drought affected areas, so that they can feel great for their formals. Click the link to see how you can donate.
To find out where you can see Jimmy Barnes' Working Class Boy documentary, please click the link.
To find out where you can see Human Nature live, please click the link.
Aussie music legend Paul Kelly is returning to the stage in December with some very special guests, for the “Making Gravy” tour. Follow the links for tickets.
US comedian, actress and YouTube sensation ANJELAH JOHNSON will tour her stand up show around Australia this August. Johnson, who skyrocketed to fame in 2007 following her viral impersonation of a Nail Salon employee, will open Anjelah Johnson Live in Brisbane on August 16, before taking it to Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.
Touring Australia on the back of their third consecutive number one album, here’s where you can see one of the biggest bands in the world right now.
To listen to Alessia's new single 'Growing Pains' head to her website.
To find a venue selling Parmas for Farmers near you, click the link.
To listen to Alessia's new single 'Growing Pains' head to her website.
Named for the Zulu and Xhosa word for "power," Amandla was born in Los Angeles on October 23, 1998, to Karen Brailsford and Tom Stenberg. Her mother is African-American and her father is Danish (and of part Inuit-Greenlandic ancestry).
Global Citizen is a movement of engaged citizens who are using their collective voice to end extreme poverty by 2030. On our platform, Global Citizens learn about the systemic causes of extreme poverty, take action on those issues, and earn rewards for their actions — as part of a global community committed to lasting change.
The Merger is an offbeat and uproarious Aussie comedy about footy, life in the country and the power of communities to overcome small-mindedness. It will be screening at MIFF. To find out more, click the link.
Fresh from a sold out run at the Melbourne Comedy Festival, star of Australian comedy, Celia Pacquola will bring her award-nominated live show All Talk to the Sydney Opera House and Perth’s Heath Ledger Theatre this August.
Meet the man who put the #hashtag into #hashtag …#WINNING. He went from zero to one million followers on twitter in one day! He appeared in Wall St alongside Michael Douglas and was the world’s highest paid tv star in Two and a Half Men. Join Charlie at An Evening with Charlie Sheen in November 2018 on his first ever visit to Australia. A truly unique opportunity to get up close and personal with Hollywood Royalty, and real pop culture icon.
Chelsea is visiting Australia this September to talk about her life. How to be a sneak, how to survive in prison and how to stop the government and corporations from chipping away at our privacy even more. Come along and see if you can spot the ASIO agents pretending to be regular punters in the audience! Dates and tickets here.
When farmers are doing it tough, the whole community does it tough. The local school, the pub, the vet, the newsagent, the supermarket and the sports clubs. Money dries up for the things that keep community members connected and supported – just when they need it most.
Since 2006 Need For Feed have been supporting communities and farmers across Victoria.
The Salvation Army lives out its mission through diverse, unified expressions across Australia. We achieve our goals through a culture of courageous stewardship; committed to leadership and delivering innovative and progressive services within a financially sustainable framework
Donate today to a small charity run by people with big hearts who are passionate about our farmers and keeping them on the land.
No one wants to admit things are tough, and farmers are some of the proudest people in Australia. But sometimes they need our help, especially before it’s too late. Aussie Helpers stays in touch with 100’s of farming families to ensure their well being and survival through good and bad times.
Our charity supports people and empowers communities to reduce suffering across Australia and internationally by mobilising the power of humanity.
Rural Aid was founded in 2015 to provide a holistic support program to rural Australia
Join Osher Günsberg for an intimate evening packed full of raw honesty, genuine emotion and plenty of laughs as he unveils the stories within his highly anticipated memoir ‘Back, After the Break’.
Parma For A Farmer is an exciting initiative to engage with hotels, clubs, restaurants, eateries across Australia who have agreed to give $1 for every parmy sold to our Buy a Bale Campaign. Register your venue here and we’ll send you an authority to fundraise and receive online promotion.
Parma For A Farmer is an exciting initiative to engage with hotels, clubs, restaurants, eateries across Australia who have agreed to give $1 for every parmy sold to our Buy a Bale Campaign. Join the Facebook group to stay up too date.
Maddy and Briella are supporting Jeans for Genes because they want to help discover treatments and cures, to give every child the opportunity to live a long and healthy life. Help them by contributing to their fundraising at the link above!
We provide numerous services to people in the Hawkesbury and surrounding areas. Many of these people contact us direct and others are referred to us by different agencies. Rendering assistance can range from providing warm clothing or bedding, through to basic food items, emergency food hampers and a hot meal.
Carey Mulligan, Jake Gyllenhaal and Australia’s Ed Oxenbould star in Wildlife, which is screening as part of the Melbourne International Film Festival. To grab tickets follow the link!
The Northern Irish superstars are back in Australia and playing shows in Melbourne on August 2 and Sydney on August 4. Grab your tickets here!
My name is Angela Williamson. I’m 39 and have three wonderful kids. I was recently sacked by Cricket Australia for tweeting about Tasmania failing to provide accessible abortion services. Please join me in calling for affordable, accessible abortion in Australia. We are not powerless when we stand together.
The Children’s Cancer Foundation has supported children with cancer since 1992. We strive for better and less harmful treatments and believe that every child should laugh, dance, play and live as only a child can.
Samantha Jade will hit the road nationally in August, tickets are available now. For all the details, please visit http://samanthajadeofficial.com.
If you’d like tickets to Bianca’s fight on August 18, they are available here.
And if you want to see where you can catch Bianca’s documentary “Bam Bam,” please visit the link.
Katy Perry’s WITNESS: The Tour, presented by Myer, commences its Australian leg in Perth in late July and final tickets for all Australian shows are on sale now!.
For more information about the artist featured in the Early Parkinson's story: Jeremy Hawkes, please follow the link.
This year the world will spend over $100 billion on vitamins and supplements. Almost one billion of us take one regularly — or give one to our children. Every week, a new benefit is claimed. Some doctors point to research that shows they can be lifesavers. Many others claim that most vitamin products are useless, and some are downright dangerous. All of this provokes confusion. In a world where even the scientists disagree, how do we decide whether to take them, or not? How do we separate the sense from the nonsense?
This July, Think Inc. brings to the stage widely popular science communicator, Dr Derek Muller, together with Emmy Award winning filmmaker, Sonya Pemberton, to help answer all these confusing questions with an epic Australian theatrical premier of their latest film, Vitamania.
IMF Bentham Limited (IMF) and Johnson Winter and Slattery Lawyers (JWS), are working together to pursue possible claims for compensation arising from the Facebook privacy breach. We are inviting people who have been affected to sign up with IMF and JWS to pursue their potential claim.
Grab the last few tickets to the Scottish superstars' Melbourne and Sydney gigs here - and check out all things Franz!
Starley's album is out now - follow the link for details on her Australian tour dates!
Shawn’s latest self titled album is out now, and he is returning to tour Australia late next year.
1962 bought to light the devastating tragedy of Thalidomide. Marketed as a wonder drug, Thalidomide turned out to be a monster that rendered thousands of babies with life threatening and life altering deformities. The world has never seen such a medical disaster as it saw with Thalidomide and it is estimated approximately 40% of babies damaged by the effects of Thalidomide died in their first year of life.
Nigel Farage is co-founder and long-serving leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP). He was the face of the successful campaign to take the UK out of the European Union in the 2016 Brexit referendum, positioning the referendum as the start of a global populist wave against the political establishment. He's speaking in Australian capital cities this September - find out details and get tickets here.
AIME builds mentoring bridges between schools and universities. AIME believes a permanent shift in mindset can end the cycle of disadvantage. Help them raise money by buying a hoodie. Jump over to their website and grab a hoodie!
After the runaway success of Like A Queen, Constance is back with her new memoir, Still a Queen. With her trademark unflinching honesty and humour, she discusses everything from her new role as a step parent, to eating disorders, online bullying and the struggles that the fame of Like a Queen and her blog has brought. Follow the link to grab a copy!
Ben Harper is touring Australia! Follow the links for dates and tickets.
Follow the links for tickets to Amy Shark's Love Monster Tour. Plus, her debut studio album Love Monster is out now!
Click on the link for a page of comparative energy sites and services if you're sick of getting screwed on power prices.
Click Energy's parent company amaysim has released a statement about the investigation being made into legacy Click Energy products by the ACCC. Click the link above to read it.
Join Barack Obama's former personal aide Reggie Love and other inspiring industry leaders at the world's leading international event for senior and aspiring Administrative Professionals and Executive Assistants in Sydney on July 13 & 14.
Autism and Agriculture is a world-first initiative of SunPork Farms to employ autistic adults with a high attention to detail in specialist animal care roles. Find out more at the link above.
For more information on Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) follow the link to the National Diabetes Services Scheme.
Half game show. Half party. One Bingo caller calls out the numbers and his budding Dj play songs from the 80’s and 90’s that rhyme with those numbers. Throw in some jokes, tributes and spontaneous air guitar competition and you’ll soon see why Bogan Bingo is performing from office spaces to cruise ships in a town near you.
National Debt Helpline is a not-for-profit service that helps people tackle their debt problems. We're not a lender and we don't 'sell' anything or make money from you. Our professional financial counsellors offer a free, independent and confidential service.
The Australasian Birth Trauma Association (ABTA) was established in 2016 to support women and their families who are suffering postnatally from physical and /or psychological trauma resulting from the birth process as well as the education and support for the range of health professionals who work with pre and postnatal women.
Comedian Nick Cody is on tour with his hilarious stand up show Loose Unit. For dates and tickets follow the link!
Ross Noble returns to dance around the stage spinning out all the nonsense in his head into a hilarious stand up show. At some point, he may wander into a shadowy part of the stage and look a bit shadowy. Grab tickets to his show by following the link!
The Rubens are on tour across Australia. Follow the link for tickets.
Wilmer Valderrama joins the cast of NCIS, follow the link for more info! You can catch NCIS Sunday nights right after MasterChef. Season 16 will be airing on Ten later this year.
Sebastian Potter’s food allergies are so bad; he can’t even sit at the same table as sisters when they eat. Now his desperate parents are trying an experimental new treatment in the hope for a normal life. To raise money for Sebastian, follow the link to his GoFundMe.
To get tickets to see AJ Styles and Carmella in action at the WWE Super Show-Down in Melbourne, click the link above!
To get help for bladder, bowel and pelvic floor health problems, call the free National Continence Helpline (1800 33 00 66) or talk to a doctor or continence specialist.
This year, World Continence Week is 18 to 24 June and we will be celebrating right across the country. Hot on the trail of our new awareness campaign Laugh Without Leaking, we will be using humour to overcome the stigma of incontinence and get people talking about their bladder and bowel troubles. For more information including tour dates follow the link!
Click the link above to see the brilliantly funny Jo Koy perform on his Australian tour!
Please click the above link to donate to a fundraiser for the family of Eurydice Dixon, the victim of the recent Princes Park murder. Eurydice's father wishes to donate a large portion of the funds to charities that Eurydice supported.
Supanova Comic-Con & Gaming Expo has been the welcoming home of Australia’s pop culture fandom since 2000; a place where fans inspired by imaginary worlds emanating from comics, sci-fi, fantasy, anime, gaming, nostalgia and literature have been able to come together to celebrate. A place to rejoice in cosplay (‘cos’tume role-‘play’) in expressing your inner geek, your inner child. Follow the link for tickets!
1800RESPECT is the national sexual assault, domestic and family violence counselling service.
Five-time Emmy winner and Grammy nominee Wayne Brady returns to Australia in 2018! Actor, singer, dancer, improviser, and songwriter – Don’t miss the Star of "Whose Line is it Anyway?" and ‘Hamilton’ for an evening of “no holds barred, did he just say that, I make Sh%$ Up, that boy can sing!” improvisation! Check out the dates and grab tickets here!
The ARIA Award winner will be touring in celebration of his recently released Ghosts & Heartaches bundle, Sewell’s first new music since 2016. Marking the beginning of a new chapter, Ghosts & Heartaches is Sewell’s most pure and honest work yet, exposing raw truth over cavernous production and subtle instrumentation. Sewell strips his pop-influenced style to emphasise a raw rock sensibility.
The musical project of Georgia Flipo, drummer turned bedroom singer/songwriter/producer | New song "Killing My Time" out now
Michael Bolton is back in Australia on tour. Known for his soulful voice and touching lyrics, Michael will deliver his catalogue of hits accompanied by a specially selected 30 piece orchestra and joined by special guest singer Silvie Paladino. Follow the link for tickets!
Oz Comic-Con is back! 2018 will feature exciting multi-genre content from across the spectrum – appearances by film and television stars, comic book artists and voice actors; gaming demonstrations and cosplay competitions; creative workshops and master classes; and hard-to-find, exclusive merchandise from vendors. Follow the link for more info!
The inaugural Global Cup event will be hosted June 9-10 by team Australia at The Qudos Bank Arena in Olympic Park, Sydney. If you’d like to purchase tickets, please click the link.
Keiynan Lonsdale is an Australian actor, dancer and singer-songwriter, known for The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and Love, Simon. To see him live at Oz Comic-Con, click the link.
Alcide is coming to Oz Comic-Con! Pittsburgh native Joe Manganiello is a diversely talented actor whose range can be seen throughout his career, especially in his latest batch of projects. Joe most recently starred opposite Paul Reubens in the Netflix comedy PEE WEES BIG HOLIDAY, and played the role of the heroic and loveable Hefty Smurf in Sony Pictures Animation, SMURFS: THE LOST VILLAGE. Manganiello will then be pitted against the DC Extended Universe as the world’s deadliest assassin and supervillain ‘Deathstroke,’ in Warner Brothers’ yet-untitled BATMAN reboot, directed by Ben Affleck.
The Naked Farmer's mission is to raise money and awareness around mental health in the agriculture industry. One of the Naked Farmer's aims is to gather a collection of photos from game farmers who have the guts to get their kit off. Afterall, it takes just as much guts to talk about mental health issues as it does to get your gear off! Follow the link for more info!
Described as loud and brassy, Lea brings her very honest, gay comedic best to the stage, mixes it up with some jazz tunes (she has released 5 jazz inspired albums) and delivers a show packed with funny, enlightening and inspiring moments.
The Chase & Tyler Foundation was established by Vanessa Robinson in 2011, after her sons, Chase 8 and Tyler 6, died from accidental carbon monoxide poisoning in May 2010. This was caused by a gas heater in their rental property, which leaked carbon monoxide, due to a lack of servicing and maintenance.
British comedic legend Catherine Tate is bringing her live show down under for the first time! The show will feature never before seen sketches, and her most iconic characters. If you'd like to buy tickets, please click the link.
Niall will bring his Flicker World Tour 2018 to Australia and New Zealand, kicking off in Australia this week! His arena shows are confirmed for Auckland, Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. It is his first solo Arena tour, and will see him perform smash hits ‘Slow Hands’ and ‘This Town’, plus tracks off his forthcoming debut album. Follow the link for tickets!
The film Kairos stars Chris Bunton, who has Down Syndrome. He recently amassed a haul of 6 gold medals in Gymnastics, competing in the Special Olympics. To donate to help the completion of the film - follow the link!
Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ explosive Pulitzer Prize finalist Gloria is a fresh and surprising new satire that takes a scathing look at office politics, our exploitative, media-saturated age and holds up a cracked mirror to American culture.
If you'd like to see 5 Seconds of Summer live, please click the link. Alternatively, you can visit, Live Nation.
Caliphate is a new audio series following Rukmini Callimachi as she reports on the Islamic State and the fall of Mosul. Follow the link for more details and to listen!
David Jones is proud to be supporting The Australian Literacy & Numeracy Foundation’s (ALNF) ‘Literacy is Freedom’ campaign, with a number of fundraising initiatives from 21 May to 10 June 2018. David Jones & ALNF are working together to give every child the chance to write their own bright future.
If you would like to find out how to see Ice Cube at the Vivid festival in Sydney, please click the link.
The Presets' new album Hi Viz is out June 1 - pre-order your copy, and get all the details about and tickets for their Aussie tour here at their web site.
Don't miss your chance to see Matt Okine's critically acclaimed festival show THE HAT GAME in two very special encore performances at Sydney's World Famous Comedy Store.
AHPRA supports the 15 National Boards that are responsible for regulating the health professions. The primary role of the National Boards is to protect the public and they set standards and policies that all registered health practitioners must meet.
Founded in 1970, the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons Inc (ASPS) is the peak body for Specialist Plastic Surgeons (both reconstructive and cosmetic). Our main role is to protect the integrity of plastic surgery as a specialty. Our mission is to provide the highest quality plastic surgery care to all Australians.
The primary goal of the ACCS is to ensure the safe provision of cosmetic medicine and cosmetic surgical procedures to the Australian general community through the supply of appropriately trained and certified health care practitioners.
If you’d like to read the report on the Review of the Regulation of Cosmetic Procedures April 2018, please click the link.
TSAA is a non-profit, self-funded, registered charity run by volunteers — consisting of people with TS, their families, health and education professionals and other interested and concerned people.
Lifeline is a national charity providing all Australians experiencing a personal crisis with access to 24 hour crisis support and suicide prevention services. We're committed to empowering Australians to be suicide-safe through connection, compassion and hope. Our vision is for an Australia free of suicide.
Our very own Tommy Little will be performing his stand-up show The Last King of Stupid in Sydney from the 16th-19th May. If you'd like to buy tickets, please click the link.
How I Met Your Mother’s Josh Radnor and ARIA Award winning Sydney singer-songwriter Ben Lee are now an acoustic folk duo. Frontier Touring is thrilled to announce that the pair will perform three shows along the east coast, backed by a year of consistent song writing.
Avery was diagnosed with Leukemia when she was just 10-months old. Now at the age of four, Avery has almost made a full recovery, but it has left financial challenges. If you'd like to donate to Avery's Go Fund Me page, please click the link.
If you would like updates on Avery, and to find out about her incredible journey, please click the link.
Turia Pitt is one of Australia’s most admired and widely recognised people. At 24, Turia was an ex-model, fitness junkie and successful mining engineer whose life was turned upside down when she became trapped in a grass fire while competing in a 100km ultramarathon. Follow the link to find out more information about her new book!
Get ready to party with an incredible, never-before-seen-together line-up of music icons at the 2018 Apia Good Times Tour! The all-star combination of Brian Cadd, Marcia Hines, Russell Morris, Leo Sayer and John Paul Young will take to the stage to perform some of your favourite hits across 15 locations nationally, kicking off in May.
Cal’s made some awful decisions – relationships, jobs, the ‘90s. She’s made some great ones as well, she just didn’t realise at the time. People say that everything happens for a reason, but what if it’s just a terrible reason? Can you really learn from your mistakes, or is hindsight just nostalgia for the path you didn’t take? Cal’s trying to make sense of everything she’s ever done. Or she might just tell some jokes. You’ll only know afterwards.- check dates and grab your tickets here!
John Fairley, a sixth-generation farmer who owns the Country Valley dairy farm at Picton outside of Sydney, has never seen a drought as bad as the one currently being experienced. In order to help the herd survive these conditions he has asked the community to adopt-a-cow and donate money to feed his cattle. Follow the link for more information on the Country Valley Facebook page.
Jonathan Pie is the comedy sensation who satirises the world of politics and the media. A frustrated news reporter known for venting his spleen in unguarded “off-camera” rants, his online videos have been viewed by millions worldwide. Catch him live in Perth, Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane and Melbourne - check dates and grab your tickets here!
It’s quite staggering to think that every working day 4 people are newly diagnosed with this chronic disease. It can strike anyone at any time and the symptoms vary so widely. The funds raised will allow people living with multiple sclerosis to access vital MS support services.
It’s everyone’s worst nightmare falling out of control from 14 thousand feet. In 2013 Emma Carey went skydiving for the first time in the Swiss Alps but things didn’t go to plan.
Cystic Fibrosis is a recessive genetic condition. It primarily affects the lungs and digestive system because of a malfunction in the exocrine system, responsible for producing saliva, sweat, tears and mucus.
Statement from the Department of Health.
Vertex creates new possibilities in medicine to cure diseases and improve people's lives. We work with leading researchers, doctors, public health experts and other collaborators who share our vision for transforming the lives of people with serious diseases, their families and society.
We transform the lives of children battling life-threatening medical conditions through the healing power of a wish. Wishes give seriously ill kids hope for the future, strength to face the challenges of their illness, and joy from their incredible wish experience.
The stars of Wogs Out Of Work & Acropolis Now, Nick Giannopoulos & Mary Coustas are back together live on stage, alongside the hilarious Sooshi Mango, in their all-star brand new comedy stage show Star Wogs - The Ethnics Strike Back! Touring Melbourne, Sydney, Wollongong, Adelaide and Perth - get dates and tickets at the link above!
In May 2015, Carrie won the prestigious Gold Logie at the TV Week Logie awards, which she dedicated to her late husband Greg who passed away five years earlier following a 10-year battle with brain cancer. Carrie went on to form Carrie's Beanies 4 Brain Cancer Foundation which aims to raise desperately needed funds towards research into the horrible disease that is brain cancer. Click the link above to order your beanies!
Click the link above to follow Donna Nottage's fight against brain cancer via her blog, The Lotus Journals.
Thanks to AJ Hackett Cairns for getting Tommy Little to do his bungee jump!
To find out where you can see Portugal. The Man on their national tour, click the link above!