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[18 Nov 2008|08:28pm]

scream4noreason
Looking for a house or apartment to rent in either Sydney or Melbourne?

Turning up to inspections to find hundreds of people looking at one apartment?

Australian cities are experiencing a housing shortage of epic proportions.

It's becoming harder and harder to find a property to rent and this Livejournal community is the place to share your horror stories,just to have a good rant,or provide tips or advice for others.


Share your tale of woe here!

rentalcrisis
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Study Abroad - Australia! [06 Oct 2008|11:07am]

alifay
Hello!

I am writing to ask for information, please. I am an American looking to travel to Australia for a semester in Spring 2009. I am currently trying to pick just where to go!

I would love it if any of you would share your favorite places, information about Universities, or where you would live in Australia if you could live anywhere.

I am a Hospitality major, with an emphasis in event planning, if that helps!

Thank you so much!

x-posted.
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Missy Higgins Sheet Music [26 Sep 2008|10:23pm]

zapsflake
In the US Missy's sheet music hasn't become available. Is anyone able to scan the "On a Clear Night" sheet music? Or "The Sounds of White"?

I would be endlessly grateful.

Thank you.
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Human Rights Photography Competition [29 Aug 2008|03:43pm]

hreoc_web
http://www.humanrights.gov.au/photo_comp/index.html

To celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Australian Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission is holding a photo competition based on the theme - ‘Dignity and justice for all of us’.

We're searching for images that reflect the theme of the competition and provide a unique approach to a human rights subject. For some, the photograph will record a moment that celebrates dignity and justice; for others, it will capture fundamental rights and freedoms being recognised; or it may be an observance of what human rights means to you.

Entry categories - under 18 female, under 18 male, 18 and above.

Great prizes and entry is free.

Entries close 31 October 2008.
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Semiotic [24 Aug 2008|02:14pm]

sayf_udeen
Hey all,
Just thought I'd let you know of forums that are set on hopefully changing the world. We're all about politics, beliefs, causes, petitions and awareness.
It's a community of engaging debates including looking for the meaning of life, superficialities, peace in the Middle East, the way our world is run and going.

But, don't be scared, we also know how to have fun. =]]
Would love to you see there.

http://s1.zetaboards.com/semiotic

~Sayf
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[20 Aug 2008|10:27am]

babywocket

Hi all, I thought some of you might be interested in this, particularly as a way of meeting new people in the Brisbane area:

Makers Group – Carindale library

Are you a maker? Do you paint, craft, make models, build robots, grow your own veges, keep chooks, make your own clothes, sculpt, write stories, illustrate or do anything else creative or home grown? 

Come and join fellow Makers at the Carindale library every second Tuesday from 12-4pm, starting September 2nd.

Each week a volunteer from the group will hold an informal workshop on a favorite maker project. The first workshop will be Coptic Binding and Book Making with Renee Dillon, a local artist.

Book a place or just show up.  Absolutely everyone is welcome!

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[12 Aug 2008|09:10pm]

leaveitalone
I know this isn't on topic and feel free to delete it mods. But I recently lost a member of my family to cancer and now my father has been diagnosed. I was searching for an active community about cancer and most of them only posted about every 2 weeks, which I don't really call active. (point me in the right direction if I'm wrong because I was sure I'd find at least one really active community)

So anyway, I created one. its_cancer
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Open Student Film Festival “8½” in Russia [24 Jun 2008|01:47pm]

irina_ctc
 

8½ Film Festival

 

Russia Samara, September-October 2008: Open Student Film Festival “8½”

 

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APPLE Festival - Festival for Alternative Parents and Parenting [10 Feb 2008|07:19pm]

nihilistvlad
I am organising a festival for Alternative Parents and Parenting to be held in Melbourne, Australia. Time and Venue yet to be determined. For more information go to http://applefestival.makeforum.org and please leave your input.

Thank you
Louise
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question [21 Jan 2008|07:18pm]

miamayacola
Hey. How is everyone doing? I was actually born in Australia, but I moved to the states when I was almost 4. I was just wanting to meet some people who either are from Australia and moved, or are still in Australia. Just for old times sake. :)
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Anyone go to Falls, or know someone who did? [16 Jan 2008|01:58pm]

mushroom_maiden
Hey everybody... listen up! If you went to the Falls Festival in Tasmania '07/'08, you could get a free drink!
That is, if you are a pretty girl who was wearing a white dress and at the front of the mosh pit when Gotye went on! Remember that cameraman on the stage, who signaled to you to ask if you wanted a drink? He'd still like to buy it for you!

If this is you, or if you wanna help out with this worthy cause...
visit: www.doyoustillwantthatdrink.com

for the win!
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Missy Higgins music [12 Sep 2007|11:43pm]

misscorpio
[ mood | rushed ]

I was wondering if anyone could help me out--I want to sing a Missy Higgins song for an audition I have in a few days, but the only sheet music I can find to buy is coming from Australia and would take too long to get here (unless I pay billions of dollars to get overnight shipping). I was wondering if anyone has Missy Higgins sheet music they might be willing to scan and email to me? I would be eternally grateful!

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Guess Who? [11 Apr 2007|02:08pm]

tuberuse


They are from Brisbane.
x
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Megafauna located:) [29 Dec 2006|10:17am]

ozziguy
[ mood | happy ]

I relocated all of the megafauna to the USA. I thought the locals might get a real kick up the backside from the giant kangaroos. :)

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Save Careflight [14 Dec 2006|10:00pm]

disorderedmind
Please take a minute to visit the Careflight website and consider lending your support to this campaign.
www.careflight.org
Save Careflight
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Our Last Enemy (Ex Anxiety Whispers/Souljah members) [07 Dec 2006|01:00pm]

haunted_roses
[ mood | chipper ]

X-Posted

Our Last Enemy (Ex Anxiety Whispers/Souljah members)

will be performing its long awaited 1st sydney show headlining club ABDX on 8/12/06 (dimebag darrel tribute nite)

*cost - $10

*where - The Live House (ex Lewisham hotel - renovated) 274 Parramatta rd (near Rick Damelian car stuff) on the right if heading from the west, on the left if heading from the city

*time - ABDX starts at 8pm, the club is open b4 that though, Our Last Enemy onstage at 10.30pm

*strippers early on in the night (best support band ever)

*ABDX Djs playing alot of Pantera and Damage Plan

*Giveaways from ABDX, including Trivium tickets and more

*Our Last Enemy playing its first syd show



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MAN BITES GOD RESURRECT THE DROWNING HITLERS & GORSKYS - ONE NIGHT ONLY [05 Nov 2006|02:43pm]

manbitesgod
Friday 24th November The Spanish Club 59-61 Johnston St, Fitzroy Doors open at 8pm. Tickets $15 - Available online (www.manbitesgod.com/gigs) or at the door. Man Bites God will be headlining at The Spanish Club on Friday November 24th with Melbourne cult legends The Drowning Hitlers and veteran musical nerd duo The Gorskys. Man Bites God have coaxed both bands out of semi-retirement to play their first gig in over 6 years. More info hidden under hereCollapse ) The Man Bites God with special guests The Drowning Hitlers and The Gorskys. Friday 24th November - The Spanish Club - 59-61 Johnston St, Fitzroy. Tickets $15 available online (www.manbitesgod.com/gigs) or at the door. Doors open at 8pm.
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[02 Nov 2006|05:29pm]

dragonflymusic
Hi :)

I'm hoping to do a semester of study abroad in Australia, specifically the Atherton Tablelands in Northern Queensland. As a preparatory project, I'm supposed to be reading books to learn about the culture, ecology, politics, basically anything and everything about Australia.

So what I'm asking, is if anyone can recommend some great books that I should read? It can be pretty much any style - fiction or nonfiction.

Thanks for the help!
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new forum [31 Oct 2006|03:26pm]

giddyfeet
I have just set up a forum for people travelling around Australia, or thinking of doing so. As it is new it is yet to have any activity but please go there and show your support by making posts and commenting on others posts!

Thanks

www.backpackingwithakoala.com
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New Australian Photographers community [15 Oct 2006|02:40pm]

velvetink
Hi, taking this moment to promote a new community ausphotographer for Australian Photographers (living anywhere) since there isn't one on LJ specifically for Australians, I created one. Feel free to join up. Rules are posted, discussions of Australian photographers/photography/events/books/meet ups and your work welcome. btw beginners to advanced photographers welcome.
Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting
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