Wednesday, July 30. 2008
Isabel Lucus is not only a beautiful young actress but is a ambassador to many non-profit organizations. We all know Isabel as Tasha from Home and Away but soon the young and aspiring actress will be hitting movie cinemas all over the world. Isabell Lucus will be starring in Transformers: Revenge of the fallen, which due for release on June 26, 2009. It is the sequel to the 2007 film Transformers, which was the first live action Transformers film. She will be working along side Shia Labeouf. Isabel plays Alice, a new character who goes to Sam's college.
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Friday, July 25. 2008
Poetry is one form of authentic writing because it allows the writer to express his/her thoughts creatively and in verse. Writing and poetry have been around for centurys and has shown the world many gifted and talented writers such as E. E. Cummings, Emily Dickinson, Oscar Wilde, William Shakespere to only name a few. Here at femail we would like to know if there is any talented writers or poets amongst us, please feel free to post your writing or poem to our comments section.
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Thursday, July 24. 2008
It's here, it's happening and you can be part of it - the 2008 Rock Eisteddfod Challenge® and J Rock™. Nearly 30,000 primary and high school students from across Australia will be hitting the stage in 2008 to perform in dance, drama and design spectaculars - all in the name of promoting healthy lifestyle choices. The 2008 Rock Eisteddfod Challenge® and J Rock™ events will be taking place between 14 -15 August at the Perth Convention Exhibition Center from 6:30pm. There is a huge variety of themed performances chosen, produced and performed by young people - anything and everything from Reality TV, modern takes on traditional fairy tales and theatrical faves. REC HQ don't influence these choices they reflect the issues, trends and interests of the 21st Century generation.
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Tuesday, July 22. 2008
Fraud is reportedly one of the fastest growing crimes in Australia. According to the Australian Institute of Criminology, the estimated cost of fraud to Australia is in excess of $5 billion a year, which represents almost a third of the total cost of crime in Australia ($19 billion). Identity fraud, in particular, where identities are stolen or fictitious identities are created, is becoming an increasing problem due to emerging (and rapidly evolving) technologies which enable such crimes to be committed. Not only does identity fraud pose a significant financial cost to the community (with estimates ranging from $2 billion to $3.5 billion a year) but it impacts significantly on: victims (whose identities have been stolen); financial and other institutions; and law enforcement agencies because of the difficulty in tackling such crime, and because identity fraud facilitates the commission of other types of crime such as people smuggling.
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Wednesday, July 16. 2008
Starting high school is something we all have to go through in our lives. It can be a scary, exciting, overwhelming and a brand new experience. When we are in primary school we are there fom a very young age, we make friends who we create strong bonds with and grow together with throughout the years. After many years of primary school we are settled into our enviroment and as we move through the grades we eventually arrive at grade 6. This is a very special year because we are the oldest of the school. We get out grade six jumpers and we have a fairwell at the end of the year. Everything in grade six seems to run smoothly for many off us but at the end of the day after our goodbyes there is one realisation that can not be avoided. I am going to be in high school next year.
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Thursday, July 10. 2008
The 2008 Beijing Olympic Games will begin on August 8, 2008, and will run for 16 days. Throughout this period, athletes from 203 National Olympic Committees will compete in 28 sports to win 302 gold medals. All these competitions will be held at 37 venues. Six of them are located outside of Beijing in the city of Hong Kong for equestrianism, Qingdao for sailing, and Shanghai, Tianjin, Qinhuangdao and Shenyang for football preliminaries, whereas the remaining 31 are all in Beijing, including 12 new venues, 11 renovated venues and 8 temporary venues.
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Tuesday, July 8. 2008
Australian kids ‘a la moda’ in Spain - It may be the home of some of the world’s best known fashion labels - Manolo Blahnik, Zara, Mango and Balenciaga- but the Spaniards are learning a thing or two about how to dress their young fashionistas from an unexpected quarter, a new store in Madrid, Australian Kids. Spain is the ninth largest market in the world and offers opportunities to a range of Australian companies.
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Tuesday, July 8. 2008
Introducing iPhone 3G. With fast 3G wireless technology, GPS mapping, support for enterprise features like Microsoft Exchange, and the new App Store, iPhone 3G puts even more features at your fingertips. And like the original iPhone, it combines three products in one — a revolutionary phone, a widescreen iPod, and a breakthrough Internet device with rich HTML email and a desktop-class web browser. iPhone 3G. It redefines what a mobile phone can do — again. The iPhone is an Internet-enabled multimedia mobile phone designed and marketed by Apple Inc. It has a multi-touch screen with virtual keyboard and buttons, but a minimal amount of hardware input.
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Monday, July 7. 2008
Australia has given birth to many talented and now famous musician. Our music industry is constantly growing and expanding to International audiences. It is a very hard industry to get recognition in but with hard work, passion and determination there is only room for nothing but success. One person who shows these attributes in her life and music is a young female performer named DVS. Not only will this girl from Melbourne put our country on the map but she will one day take the world by storm. DVS also name dee has been performing around Melbourne since the age of 14. Dee was raised in Melbourne and is where she resides today. This stunning young performer is Italian/Hungarian.
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Friday, July 4. 2008
LUSH Cosmetics Launches National Campaign to Ban Plastic Bags - are campaigning for a ban on plastic shopping bags in all cities throughout Australia and New Zealand, LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics is sending giant ‘bag monsters’ to descend on lunchtime shoppers, urging them to swap their plastic shopping bags for a free, reusable, eco-friendly tote bag. LUSH is proud of its policy against plastic carrier bags and we want to see Federal Government, other retailers, and our customers support a campaign to get them out of our cities.
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Wednesday, July 2. 2008
PROJECT ROCKIT - Bullying is an actual hurtful behavior directed by more powerful individuals or groups against those who are less powerful. Bulling can take place in many forms both psychological and physical, direct as in name calling and hitting, and indirect as in exclusion and rumor spreading. We have all come across some form of bullying in our lives weather we are the ones being bullied, the bullies them selves or just the people who see it happening.
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Tuesday, July 1. 2008
Miley Cyrus has taken the world by storm, not only is she one of the most famous teenagers in the entertainment industry and the world these days, but she is also a talented and passionate musician and song writer. Miley Released a 3D concert movie of her Best of Both Worlds Tour on February 1st, 2008. It became the highest grossing Super Bowl weekend release ever. Miley cyrus is following the footsteps of her musically talented Father Billy Ray Cyris who plays alonged side her in the series of Hanna Montana.
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