Month: March 2011

Aussies do Pink Floyd proud

If it’s a quiet night out you enjoy then the Australian Pink Floyd Show is seriously not for you. Before the guitarist from the tribute band had even strummed the first riff of the second song I found myself digging a chocolate wrapper out of my bag, ripping it in ...

London is tops in Global Salary Survey

“It’s not difficult to see why Australians continue to flock to London,” said Nick Dunnett, Director of Robert Walters’ Contract Division. “Our research shows that jobs in the city remain among the best paid in the world. Our survey also revealed that there were plenty of good opportunities available in ...

Gallipoli: From foes to friends

The battle at Gallipoli is truly a unique tale — it’s a story of warring sides who became friends when the fighting ended. In total, 26,111 casualties resulted from Gallipoli, including 8709 deaths. Now, thousands of Aussies make the pilgrimage each year to commemorate Anzac Day.

Dahab: The gold coast

While Egypt is synonymous with pyramids, mummies, the Bangles and now revolution, Dahab has always been most famed for one thing: sun, sun, sun! It’s not surprising, then, to learn that the name Dahab means ‘gold’ in Arabic.


Tommy Emmanuel: On God and guitars

It’s clichéd but true: guitar god, Tommy Emmanuel, is taking to the world stage. And he has a “simple but powerful” message to share. Tommy Emmanuel offers Ashlea Maher a guitar lesson and a chat about Christianity while discussing his upcoming UK tour.

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