Monthly Archives: September 2022

Characteristic of Ruby Schleicher, body image issues, Collingwood Magpies star, AFL Women’s, women’s sport

by on September 30, 2022 0
Dual All Australian and Collingwood defensive stalwart Ruby Schleicher spoke to Fox Sports about her personal battle with body image and how it inspired her to mentor teammates and young girls inside and out. outside of the AFLW system. The 24-year-old has revealed that it wasn’t until she became a professional athlete that she... Read More

Melbourne’s Best Airbnbs | 2022

by on September 30, 2022 0
Ah, Melbourne. The city of millions of suburbs, each with its own personality. It’s up to everyone to treat themselves to a short stay from time to time, to rediscover this city that we love so much. Luckily for you, there are myriad options to choose from, from eclectic and bustling urban lofts to... Read More

The 2022/23 NTFL women’s season starts tomorrow

by on September 30, 2022 0
The 2022/23 NTFL women’s season starts tomorrow Peter Williams Felicity Elliott/AFLNT Media A NEW season of the Northern Territory Football League (NTFL) Women’s Premier League season kicks off tomorrow with the 2022/23 edition starting on the first day of October. The major league change is the inclusion of the Tiwi Bombers for the first... Read More

Akwaaba Reviews St Kilda Reviews 2022

by on September 30, 2022 0
Address 1 29 Fitzroy Street st kilda, CIV 3182 See the map Opening hours Lunch Thurs-Sun; dinner Wed-Sun Features BYO, Groups Payments eftpos, Visa, Mastercard Call 03 7067 7600 Have you had foufou recently? Banku or kenkey? If you’re Ghanaian, you know those soft, teary dough balls. But if you’re unfamiliar with West African... Read More

What’s new from October 1 to 7? Festivals, concerts, Greek cuisine and more…

by on September 29, 2022 0
CIV OAKLEIGH TRAILS – THE GREEK GASTRONOMY WALKING TOUR The highly anticipated Oakleigh Trail; a 40-minute walk along the restaurant and cafe-bar district of Melbourne’s most Greek suburb begins. Renowned for its strong European influence, with the most prevalent vibe in the area being Greek restaurants and live music venues, Eaton Mall continues to... Read More

life at the big house

by on September 27, 2022 0
Sitting down with a scotch and staring at a rollie in a cigarette holder, she says she’s worked in over 30 hotels – Port Headland pubs, Kings Cross hotels during RR, Chinatown’s Covent Garden, but says she prefers blue-collar pubs: “They’re better at working than a white-collar pub – most of their customers are... Read More

This is a classic example of how to destroy trust

by on September 21, 2022 0
Own goalJill Gallagher (9/21 Comment) makes it clear why Dan Andrews’ proposal to change Maroondah Hospital to Queen Elizabeth II Hospital is offensive, insensitive and disrespectful to Indigenous people (though it belittles us all).It’s particularly ironic to come ‘against the tide’ of renewed hope for reconciliation sparked by Anthony Albanese’s desire to fully implement... Read More

Rhys Blocks External Noise – 93.9 Geelong Bay

by on September 20, 2022 0
Even just last week, Rhys Stanley’s place in the Geelong squad was in question. After a modest effort in the Final Qualifying win over Collingwood, pundits and non-pundits believed Jonathon Ceglar would be the best option if the Cats were to reach and win a Grand Final. It was outside noise that didn’t concern... Read More

What to expect at Aurora, the Mornington Peninsula’s new sultry spa and bath, opening next month

by on September 20, 2022 0
First came the gigantic new public bar and beer garden. Then it was famed Melbourne chef Scott Pickett’s first regional fine-dining restaurant, Audrey’s, as well as the lavish late-night barlow. And what followed was an extravagant Intercontinental hotel. The final piece of the puzzle at Conti in Sorrento, on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula, is Aurora... Read More

Club-by-club guide to the 2022 Brownlow Medal

by on September 17, 2022 0
The AFL’s biggest individual prize will have its winner on Sunday night, with Brownlow Medal Night in Melbourne in 2022. The Night of Football Nights was held in Perth last year as Victoria struggled with Covid-19 lockdowns, but the ceremony returned to Melbourne and was moved to Sunday evening to avoid any scheduling conflicts... Read More

Chinese banks fare better on loan and deposit growth, only compared to peers

by on September 15, 2022 0
China’s big banks outperformed their Asian counterparts in faster loan and deposit growth in the quarter to June 30, though the outlook remains uncertain due to weak borrowing demand in a downturn-hit economy. slowdown in economic growth. With the exception of Shanghai Pudong Development Bank Co. Ltd., all mainland Chinese lenders on the list... Read More

Best island hotels in Scotland: Here are 13 of the best Scottish island hotels to stay on 13 different Scottish islands according to online reviews

by on September 14, 2022 0
There are over 900 islands off the coast of Scotland, 88 of which are populated – with around 50% of those with fewer than 100 people living there. Containing everything from picture-perfect white sand beaches and jagged mountain ranges, to pristine lochs and some of the finest wildlife Scotland has to offer, each island... Read More

8 Best Things To Do In Des Moines, Iowa

by on September 14, 2022 0
A popular T-shirt at Raygun, a well-known local store in Iowa’s capital, reads “Des Moines!” Let us exceed your already low expectations! It’s quite ironic – the city of insurance in flyover country has gotten really (quietly) cool. With vibrant cultural offerings, awesome bike trails, inventive restaurants, and a thriving beer scene, Des Moines... Read More

Chandigarh | Defendant in instant loan fraud case funneled money to China via shell companies

by on September 13, 2022 0
The Chinese national and 20 other people, arrested for extorting money from people after offering instant loans, were funneling money to their handlers in China through shell companies, investigations have found. Chandigarh Police Superintendent (SP Cyber ​​Crime Investigation Unit) Ketan Bansal said: “It has been discovered that the money which the victims were to... Read More

Across the Gap: Onslow x Stokehouse

by on September 13, 2022 0
Acclaimed New Zealand chef and restaurateur Josh Emett travels across Tasmania to cook dishes from his Auckland restaurant – including crayfish eclair and burnt butter salmon – at St Kilda’s Pillar. One of New Zealand’s hottest chefs is coming to Melbourne for just one day. Josh Emett – of Auckland’s Onslow and The Oyster... Read More

More social housing for Port Phillip

by on September 12, 2022 0
The project will see an existing 12-unit rooming house, no longer fit for purpose, demolished to make way for the construction of a three-storey building providing 26 self-contained units with space for support services and a janitor. The council is supporting the project with a contribution of $4 million, including the transfer of adjacent... Read More

Adelaide’s newest National Park is developing a $2million natural play area • Glam Adelaide

by on September 7, 2022 0
To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail Photo credit: National Parks and Wildlife Services Construction of South Australia’s newest natural play area is currently underway in Glenthorne National Park (Ityamaiitpinna Yarta), and major stonework is beginning to move into place. The $2 million natural play area, built in partnership with the town of... Read More

The ‘incredible’ flag favorites are getting better and better, and the club that just can’t catch a break

by on September 5, 2022 0
Find out all the important information about each AFLW team, while highlighting some star players or those to watch in the upcoming rounds. melbourne The Demons showed great patches of excellence on Friday night under the big lights of the MCG but nearly allowed North Melbourne to reap the rewards of their complacency. When... Read More

Melbourne’s architectural heritage, lost and saved, brought to light by a self-funded filmmaker

by on September 3, 2022 0
Melbourne filmmaker Gus Berger has his work cut out with Australia’s starry-eyed property developers. Key points: A Melbourne filmmaker documents the rise and fall of the city’s major cinemas Gus Berger hopes the film will bolster a wider campaign to protect architectural heritage The filmmaker criticizes the trend towards façadism, where only the facade... Read More

Interest rates on bank deposits and loans: July 2022

by on September 1, 2022 0
01/09/2022 – Press releases -The weighted average interest rate on new deposits remained virtually unchanged at 0.02% in July 2022, while the weighted average interest rate on new loans decreased to 3.71%. -The interest rate differential between new deposits and loans decreased to 3.69 percentage points. -The weighted average interest rate on outstanding deposits... Read More