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KOHAB launches new social property platform

Kohab, a property website helping people own property together, has launched its next offering; a collaborative social property platform set to disrupt the current experience of searching for, and buying property. A true social network, the online platform and app allows users to discover, discuss and decide on properties alongside buying partners, family, agents or … Continue reading

Internationally renowned success coach Kurek “The Transformer” Ashley helps people find their fire.

  Olympic gold medallist and TV personality Giaan Rooney had only known world-leading success coach Kurek Ashley for a matter of hours before she was pumped up enough to undertake her first firewalk. Despite having gone through intense physical and emotional challenges while competing for Australia, Giaan was overcome with emotion from the experience, which aired … Continue reading

Robot shows it’s not all bending and twisting

Some slipped disc injuries might be caused by movements other than the commonly blamed bending and twisting, according to new research by South Australian engineers. It’s a finding that will lead to a better understanding of the motions that put people at greatest risk of a slipped disc and help develop more robust guidelines for … Continue reading

Internet of the Things

What is Internet of the Things? The Internet of things (IoT) is the network of physical devices, vehicles, home appliances, and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and connectivity which enables these things to connect, collect and exchange data, creating opportunities for more direct integration of the physical world into computer-based systems, resulting … Continue reading

Guinness World Records attempt: World’s largest LEGO® brick caravan!

Caravanning Queensland and Top Parks have come together and set their sights on the Guinness World Records books, and have attempted to create the world’s largest LEGO® brick caravan. After 10 weeks of planning, the project was created by a team of up to 20 adult fans of LEGO over a period of over 20 weeks, using … Continue reading

Holey Moley ?

It’s been a while  doing some write ups about  best places to visit in Adelaide , South Australia. I’m being busy with my work and new start up News website Reporti with other friends of mine which still struggling to get funding and people to join the Reporti. Anyway, I visited a different kind of bar … Continue reading

Award-winning film Sacrificial Virgins to tour Australia in August

The award-winning documentary film, Sacrificial Virgins, which investigates the controversies surrounding Gardasil HPV vaccination programs and presents new scientific evidence, will be shown at seven special screenings across Australia this August. Each screening will be followed by a Q&A session, giving concerned parents and health professionals the opportunity to question the film’s investigative journalist-narrator Joan … Continue reading

Kiwi startup Rocket Lab to launch rocket into orbit today

       Live stream courtesy by RocketLab   RocketLAb is an American aerospace manufacturer with a wholly owned New Zealand subsidiary. They set to launch its third Electron rocket. The mission, named “It’s Business Time” by virtue of a poll on the company’s Twitter, will carry satellites for three companies as well as an … Continue reading

OPA! Rydges South Bank goes Greek for Brisbane’s famous Paniyiri Festival! May 19 + 20

As Brisbane readies for its famous weekend of haloumi, honeypuffs and high kicks, Rydges South Bank has announced a weekend package to celebrate Paniyiri Greek Festival in true Hellenic style! Not only is Rydges South Bank the closest hotel to the home of Paniyiri in Musgrave Park and The Greek Club (walking distance), the hotel … Continue reading

Festival of colours

Holi is a Hindu festival that marks the arrival of spring. Known widely as the Festival of Colour, it takes place over two days, and is a celebration of fertility, colour, and love, as well as the triumph of good versus evil. Shot for Reporti