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Ultimate Guide to Dreamtime at the G

3 days ago 12 Views

Dreamtime at the G is an annual AFL match between Essendon and Richmond football clubs. Since 2005, the clubs have met on the field to acknowledge the contribution of Indigenous Australians to the game and Australia as a whole.

This year, Dreamtime at the G will be held on Saturday 2 June during round 11 of the AFL. After the high of last year’s premiership win, Richmond are favourites to take out the battle for the fourth time in a row, and extend their advantage to 8 vs Essendon’s 6 victories.

Let’s Go Girls: 5 Must-Haves To Be Ready For Shania Twain’s Australian Tour

10 days ago 31 Views

The best-selling female country artist in the world is headed our way, and Shania Twain’s 2018 Australian and New Zealand tour is set to show that she’s still the one!

It’s been 20 years but Shania Twain returns to our shores with her ‘Now 2018’ tour, having released her latest album of the same name in 2017.

The power of Celine Dion: 10 songs we want on the Australian tour

23 days ago 52 Views

With a three-decade career and five Grammy awards under her belt, Celine Dion’s Australian tour is one you won’t want to miss.

Celine Dion’s Live 2018 tour will showcase her incredible career and host of hits that have seen her become one of the world’s most recognisable names in music. The tour covers Australia and New Zealand with dates scheduled across Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth as well as Auckland.

Most Memorable Anzac Day AFL Match Moments

1 month ago 89 Views

The AFL ANZAC Day clash is a hotly anticipated event on Australia’s sporting calendar, taking place on April 25 each year.

It has become a cemented AFL tradition for archrival teams Essendon and Collingwood to provide a must-see match each year. Since it first took place in 1995 we’ve seen so many close matches, on field drama and all round incredible football.

Australian Open 2018 Week 2 Preview

2 months ago 127 Views

After a grueling and electrifying few days of tennis the opening week of the Australian Open is done and dusted. Unfortunately, locals will have to wait at least another year to crown a home grown men’s singles champion as Australian Nick Kyrgios went down to Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov in a 4 set nail biter on Sunday night.

Highlights of the Lead Up to the 2018 Australian Open

3 months ago 202 Views

The countdown to the 2018 Australian Open is on. Closing fast, the lead up packs in a whole lot of tennis into 2 weeks and features the world’s best tennis players as they look to find form before the main event.

The Best Australian Open Seats in the Shade

3 months ago 865 Views

The Australian Open is one of the premier events of the tennis year. Athletes from around the world compete, with some of sport’s biggest name gracing Melbourne. One of the defining features of the Australian Open is the high temperatures. Centre court reaches up to 40C frequently and the dazzling Melbourne sunshine makes it just as hot for spectators.

Top 4 Stories to Follow This Australian Open

5 months ago 188 Views

The 2018 Australian Open is fast approaching. Always one of the biggest events of the summer, the world's best tennis players come to Melbourne Park for 2 high-intensity weeks, packed with excitement and entertainment for everyone. Here are the top 4 stories to follow during the 2018 Australian Open.

4 Times PINK Said What She Was Really Thinking

5 months ago 132 Views

The voice, the style, the attitude, the hits — Pink (or P!NK as she is also commonly known) has been bold and brilliant from the beginning. Her vocal and physical acrobatics on tour have astounded concert-goers in the past, and now she’s headed back to Australia and New Zealand with the Beautiful Trauma tour in 2018.

3 Signs Australia Could Win The 2017-18 Ashes

6 months ago 230 Views

The 2017-2018 Ashes Series is almost here. It all starts at the end of November – and chances are it’s going to be a true test for both sides.

The days of Australia’s Ashes dominance are long behind us. Since ‘Freddie’ Flintoff and the English team broke their 18-year Ashes drought back in 2005, Australia has won just two of the past six series.