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Sunday, 19 August

21:00

The Maison Burlesque Bazaar Markets and Fairs in Melbourne

Sunday 19th Aug, 11.00am 5.00pm, Maison Burlesque
Melbourne

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Saturday, 28 July

19:00

Huge Indoor Plant Warehouse Sale Low Light Party Markets and Fairs in Melbourne

Saturday 28th Jul, 9.00am 4.00pm, The Jungle Collective
Melbourne

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Wednesday, 18 July

01:12

From Bali to Lombok & Gili Trawangan The Plastic Waste Reality: Part 3 CERES Community Environment Park

This blog was written by Emily Ressia,  a recent participant on our Indonesia Living Oceans Trip. 

Gili Sulat and Sugian Village

The final leg of our trip was spent on a tiny island off the coast of  Sugian Village, a small community located on the north east coast of Lombok. The Island, Gili Sulat, sits next to another island and they are both uninhabited, although they have been earmarked as the focus of future ecotourism projects. We travelled there on a small fishing boat, where we camped on the beach for two nights with Aliman, our second Indonesian contact and a member of Sugian Village.

Our days on Gili Sulat were spent engaging in discussions with Aliman and the Sembalun Community Development Centre (CDC) members about waste management and ecotourism, snorkelling off the beach in the gorgeous and diverse coral reefs and around the mangroves, kayaking, planting mangrove seedlings and sleeping beneath the stars. Gili Sulat is an untouched gem: secluded, peaceful and naturally beautiful. The picturesque nature of the island was tainted by the presence of plastic waste, the volume of which was unexpcted. We engaged in a beach wide clean up, collecting and packing rubbish in bags ready to be transported to Lombok. Whilst out kayaking, we even found waste washed up on the mountains of dead coral that we had originally mistaken for sandbars (most likely the result of dynamite fishing and global warming). Using the kayaks, we spent time collecting as much rubbish as we could off these tiny islands of dead coral and then transporting it back to the beach to take back to the mainland were we would sort what we could for recycling. 

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Tuesday, 17 July

20:24

Layered nut roast for Christmas in July Green Gourmet Giraffe

We held a Christmas in July lunch on the weekend for a few friends.  It is a cosy way to celebrate a long cold winter.  Fortunately it came at the end of a week of holidays, so I had some time and energy to prepare.  Sylvia loves helping with the planning.  It is our opportunity to make some fun Christmas food without all the stress of the festive season.

Planning in earnest started on thursday two days before when we went to the Queen Vic Market to shop for food for the dinner.  Sylvia had a friend over so it seemed a fun outing (and delicious too - who can resist the hot jam doughnuts!)  She was amazed that cinnamon came in sticks.

When we got home I was perplexed at trying to work out how to get the cinnamon sticks around a vanilla candle.  Sylvia and I worked out I should put thick sticky tape on the table, line up cinnamon sticks on it and roll it around the candle.  When I looked more online, I found good advice about using a rubber band to keep the sticks around the candle.  The candles looked very festive, but next time I will put twine as well as ribbon and try to remember to add the rosemary or greenery before everyone arrived.

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17:09

This Week in Melbourne: What's On #603 "IndyWatch Feed Melbourne"

Read Online This Week in Melbourne: 17 - 23 July 2018 Newsletter | #603 Whats On this Week in marvellous Melbourne Tuesday 17th July 2018 to Monday 23rd July 2018 Healthy Body and Soul Festival Melbourne Property Buyer Expo 2018 The Nose | Theatre Works Friday Night Live At London Eleven European Friday Night Market Ballarat Winter Festival 2018 Decor + Design 2018 Docklands Firelight Festival Healthy Body and Soul Festival Leaps and Bounds Music Festival 2018 Luna Park Hot Dog Eating Competition 2018 Maddies Match | Saints v Tigers Melbourne Tartan Festival Moonee Valley Winter Fest 2018 National Pyjama Day 2018 National Sports Convention Sport and Recreation Expo Series Mania | Television Festival Shot In The Heart Of Melbourne 2018 SpotJobs Career Expo 2018 Stadium Stomp MCG 2018 Enjoy #Melbourne Healthy Body and Soul Festival Sunday 22nd July - 10am to 4pm - Brunswick Town Hall An intimate and boutique event connecting you with the finest selection of Exhibitors, Psychics and Therapists. Healthy Body and Soul Festival Melbourne Property Buyer Expo 2018 Free Entry | Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre Listen to leading industry speakers and exhibitors all under one roof. Melbourne Property Buyer Expo 2018 Theatre: The Nose Tue 31 Jul 2018 - Sun 5 Aug 2018 @ Theatre Works Energetic, hilarious and uncomfortable Winner of the Sydney Fringe Festival Directors Award brings its antics to the free market. Snot for the faint hearted. The Nose | Buy Tickets Friday Night Live Music Live At London Eleven is a licensed venue in Bayswater featuring a variety of great live music shows every Friday night. Friday 20th July - Hard Edge Friday 27th July - Blues Brothers Tribute Show Live At London Eleven | Buy Tickets Here European Night Market Every Friday night in July - 5pm - 9pm Expect to be transported to the finest European hotspots with fabulous food and live entertainment every Friday night. European Night Market 2018 | Madame Brussels Lane Whisky, Wine and Fire Thursday 19th July - Sunday 22nd July | Caulfield Racecourse Melbournes newest festival dedicated to all things malt and grape has just dropped their menu line-up and its a whisky-lovers dream. Whisky, Wine and Fire | Food Festival | Buy Tickets Docklands Firelight Festival Embrace the chill in a month-long celebration of food and fire, music pop-ups and eclectic entertainment. Docklands Firelight Festival 2018 This Weekend Ballarat Winter Festival, Decor + Design Expo, Leaps and Bounds Music Festival, Luna Park Hot Dog Eating Competition, Ma...

Monday, 16 July

20:52

Room for Rent "IndyWatch Feed Melbourne"

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Room to Rent Coburg- $200 (dog friendly).

Move in 23 August!

Hi, I'm a mature single woman in a long term rental, looking for male or female 30 50 to share my home.

The Space:
The room is light and breezy, polished floor boards, small med size.
Floor boards throughout, it has a spacious kitchen dining and lounge, split system, dishwasher, separate laundry, two toilets, large outdoor living area, large front and backyard with fruit trees, herb/vegie garden and outdoor living area. On a corner block, in Ohea St, on a bike and walking track, bus route and short walk to tram and train. Milk bar straight across the road and OHea's bakery at the end of the street.

Me:
I work locally, I like a friendly social home, with enough areas to have your own space.
I intend on adopting a dog in the next 6 months, I'm a chef by trade,  avid 3RRR and PBS listener, love gardening, cooking, live music and a good Netflix series.

You:
Looking for a place to settle for a year or more, dog friendly, enjoys conversation and having a relaxed chilled home life. If you're into gardening, music, cooking thats a bonus!
Someone with an environmental and community conscience would be wonderful.
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