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Saturday, 15 December

20:24

Seeing the doctor: what to expect healthy international students blog

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So you need to see the doctor and you dont know how in Australia? Many people come from overseas and might get sick in Australia. Therefore this guide will tell you what to expect when seeing the doctor.

In every country is different.

But in Australia, most doctors need to be booked as the clinic can be really busy at times. You will need to wait your turn in the surgery. You can book it online or over the phone. If you have not been to that surgery before you will need to fill out a form prior to seeing the doctor.

But if it is an emergency you can walk straight into a clinic or hospital.

Most appointments go for about 20-50 minutes depending on what needs to be done. You should have some questions ready for the doctor.

Who pays?

If you have cover and I assume everyone does then the doctor might bill the provider directly. But if they dont then youll have to pay and can claim the money back later. You can claim your money online and the money will be paid...

20:03

Anxiety and alcoholism healthy international students blog

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Anxiety and Alcoholism are the same thing. Many International students love to drink alcohol when they arrive. But they also get anxious after some time.

But having too much alcohol can lead to lots of side effects such as anxiety. People also like to drink out in St Kilda. But lately it has led to an increase in the amount of violence around the foreshore.

Alcohol affects the brain and the nervous system in a few ways. The brain cannot communicate properly with the body. It will affect the way that the body moves. It also affects the liver.

Our take: is dont drink too often. Have a few drink free days in the week. And now that it is Christmas dont have drinks with every sessions!

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Wednesday, 12 December

12:31

New Exquisite Corpse Music from Melbourne Surrealist Collective "IndyWatch Feed Melbourne.arts"




Little Songs of the Mutilated, a surrealist music collective headed by multi-instrumentalist Justin Ashworth (Glasfrosch, Kungfuepilepsy, etc), creates unpredictable dream-like soundscapes using the old Surrealist Exquisite Corpse technique: six players create 40 seconds of sound, then pass the last 10 seconds on to the next player, who then responds to that 10 seconds with 40 seconds of their own, and so on, until all six players have had a turn on all six pieces.  

Usually curated by Ashworth, recently the project has experimented with guest curators.  The most recent effort, "They Were Lifelessly Melding In A Pool Painted with Little Songs of the Mutilated", was curated by none other than the reclusive aging audiomancer known as A Demon Sheen (The Horn, Gnaumgn, Intrinsic Light, Stinky Picnic, Undead Magic User, Grist, Haark, Haraam, etc), and features an all-star cast of magickal and non-magickal practitioners of sonic deviation:

Sage Pbbbt (Digital Penetration, solo, etc)
Gelareh Pour (Mnmn, Garden, Zj, solo, etc)

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Sunday, 18 March

13:18

Eat It - 18 March 2018 "IndyWatch Feed Melbourne.arts"

Today we had a quick market report from John, we spoke to Linda Catalano about her upcoming Melbourne Food and Wine Festival show One Suitcase, Four Stories, and we chatted to Janet Deneefe about her food festival event at Tolarno.

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Friday, 16 March

11:05

Breakfasters - 13 - 16 March 2018 "IndyWatch Feed Melbourne.arts"

Director Garth Davis chats about his new film Mary Magdalene; In "Feature Creatures" Simon Hinkley informs the team about ants nursing each other back to health; "Friday Funnybugger" Nick Capper designs a new music festival; Jeff chats about his visit to the zoo in Werribee, and in "Trauma Tuesday" the team talk about a lost chicken neck, the Breakfasters theme playing in the Golden Plains Sup, and spiders in the bed. With Sarah Smith, Jeff Sparrow, and Geraldine Hickey.

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Sunday, 11 March

11:40

Radio Marinara 11 Mar 2018 "IndyWatch Feed Melbourne.arts"

Jemima Robinson, Director of the Ocean Film Festival joins us to talk about the amazing lineup coming up next week in Melbourne, Geelong, Rosebud and Halls Gap (and many other venues if you're not in Victoria). Jeff brings us Soundwaves - this week, where TV soaps meet the sea (eek!). John and Bron bring buckets of wet 'n salty news, including the horrendous effects of 'Beast from the East' storm off the UK this week, and the oldest message in a bottle found this week off the coast of WA.

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Sunday, 04 March

13:19

Eat It - 4 March 2018 "IndyWatch Feed Melbourne"

On today's show we mentioned the amazing Japanese food created at Kisume restaurant in Melbourne's CBD... how lucky are we to have so many cuisines in this town?

Italian is another cuisine Melbourne has covered, and none better than Tipo 00 on Little Bourke St. Chef Alberto Fava joined us to talk about the mysteries of pasta; what shapes go with what sauce?

We caught up with John at the Queen Vic Market.

Wine guru Max Allen popped in to tell us about his upcoming event at the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival. We tried to stump him with a blind tasting of a funky marsanne, but he picked it in one!

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Thursday, 01 March

15:10

Smart Arts 1 March 2018 "IndyWatch Feed Melbourne"

This week Richard is joined in studio by Play On: The Art of Sport's Curator Jacqueline Doughty in celebration of 10 years of the Basil Sellers Art Prize, Alison Croggon and Robert Reid chat about the launch of arts journalism website Witness Performance launch; Program Director Spiro Economopoulos spruiks this years' Melbourne Queer Film Festival.

Friday, 23 February

11:34

Byte Into IT - 21 February 2018 "IndyWatch Feed Melbourne"

Warren and Cassie in the studio this fine Wednesday evening to bring you all of the week's news in technology, computing and startups.

Our first guest is Councillor Jackie Watts, speaking about the City of Melbourne libraries making the Kanopy film and streaming service available to all members.

This is then followed by an interview with musician and artist Chipocrite, who tell us about the upcoming Square Sounds festival and his crash course on how to make chiptune music.

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