The directors of Santa's Magical Kingdom are pleased to announce Dreamworks Lights. Shrek and Kung-Fu Panda will light up Rosebud’s Foreshore in April this year at an Australian-first exhibition with some of DreamWorks Animation’s best known characters in a large-scale lantern experience. Lights by DreamWorks is an interactive, walkthrough experience for all ages and is set to run for 30 days and attract more than 300,000 local and international visitors who will marvel at more than 100 of DreamWorks’ characters brought to life. Modelled on the traditional Chinese Lantern Festival, Lights by DreamWorks features huge illuminated figures familiar to the fans of the Shrek, Kung Fu Panda, How to Train Your Dragon and Madagascar movies. Visitors to the exhibition will also meet the stars and be treated to a variety of scenographic pieces, LED furnishings, themed technology and learning zones, children’s rides and an animatronic dragon. Tickets available now via Ticketmaster http://bit.ly/2jkmooH To celebrate the announcement of Dreamworks Lights The Experience we are giving you a chance to WIN a family pass! Simply LIKE the page, Like this post and Share and you could win!
Today is my first full day back at the Fremantle office with my team.
Thank you to everyone who sent messages of care and support over the last few months. I am grateful to everyone who got in touch, all of you who shared your own stories and experiences. I’m especially thankful for the encouragement offered by current and former parliamentarians, from across the political spectrum. Media across the country gave me and my family and friends the privacy and space to recover, which I greatly appreciate.
I’ve had the benefit of a supportive family, an amazing team, access to healthcare and a workplace that makes allowance for illness of all kinds. I am keenly aware that these advantages are not available to far too many people with mental illness. Treatment and professional care should be available to everyone who needs it.
I’m looking forward to returning to my duties in Foreign Affairs, Aid and Defence, Sustainable Cities, Communications and Nuclear Issues, and I’m really looking forward to rejoining the extraordinary groundswell of people standing up to protect the Beeliar Wetlands.
There’s much to do, including a state election here in WA in March. I’m really glad to be back, and glad to be a part of this work.
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“This lady in the washroom looking at me said, “I remember when my girlfriends and I would get dressed up and go out. I miss that.” So I said why miss it, we’re all out right now aren’t we? Story short we have a new friend.” (Credit: Twitter/smithmahri) #9Today
Premier Andrews, I implore you. Do something for Australia on this Australia Day. Recall Parliament on Thursday, Feb 2 and add just two words to police powers where it involves bail for alleged criminals.
Add: ‘or remand’. That’s all it would take to ensure a sergeant, or duty officer in charge, could hold a person in custody until a magistrate adjudicated on bail or continued imprisonment.
The same legal power for police that exists in every other state.
I met with Opposition Leader, Matthew Guy, yesterday. He supports a recall of Parliament and would vote for that amendment which could have averted the Bourke Street Mall massacre.
If you insist on yet another review by yet another judge, so be it, but plug this fatal loophole first.
Show some guts and it could be law by 1.39p.m. next Friday. A time now soaked in blood.
As famed Hawthorn coach John Kennedy said: ‘Do something’.
A TALENT LOST: Gold Coast stuntman Johann Ofner was an incredible physical talent. In the wake of his tragic death while filming a music video yesterday, friends have started re-sharing a video he made last September when he applied to be the next Australian Ninja Warrior. If you didn't know his talent, watch this awe-inspiring video. Latest on the investigation here: http://bit.ly/2jLQ2BI
1. Witnessing more drenched Monster caps and Jet Pilot attire than at a buck’s party with a squirting show. As everyone knows an umbrella is a gateway item to full blown scarfery
2. Losing your fucking mind at the legions of nervous nancys that will be driving further below the speed limit than a stoned sloth trying to find the Hungry Jack’s turn off.
3. Dodging “overcompensatin’ Owen” who will be leaving more skitz skidz in his Chev-badged Commodore than Trump’s grundies after eating some Taco Bell made extra “special” for him.
4. Sighing at a minion sharing full-time mummy that will be posting storm warnings to secure your backyard from the devastating horror of the inevitable overturned pot plants.
5. Listening to some turmeric-latte sipping shithead who will be banging on about Perth only being good for its weather and he’ll be looking into one way Jetstar tickets to Melbs mahn
6. Noting a social Influencer likes-drought due to being unable conduct their hoe-to shoots on a boat or beach. Not to fear, they will be Introducing, throw back Fridays, as the wankening silence is terrible to their brand.
7. Witnessing multi-car pile ups, as a little drizzle turns our roads into a mechanical rendition of the Human Centipede.
8. Being forced to listen to your FIFO mates tell you how it’s “fuck all” and they worked for 78 hours straight in a Pilbara monsoon in nothing but a Hi-Vis shirt with no break.
9. Noting no change in the work ethic of road-workers.
10. Knowing or being the cunt that still has his sprinklers turned on because how can there be a water crisis when his local servo is offering 2 for 1 on 600ml Mount Franklins ay?
When 65-year-old Francien’s marriage ended, she was left homeless and seemingly out of options… until she found an incredible way to travel around the world on the cheap! Her story and positivity will inspire you.
Huggies is launching a new diaper for babies weighing less than 900g and is designed to protect the skin of premature babies, helping small precious infants who don't fit into traditional nappies. (Pic: NANT)
In a large bowl, join in union the mince, breadcrumbs, onion, parsley and half the cheese. Season with sea salt and cracked pepper. Using your hands, gently massage the ingredients together.
Shape into balls and place on a lightly greased baking tray. Brush each ball with pizza sauce.
Bake for 10 to 12 minutes.
Remove and brush with more sauce, scatter with remaining cheese and bake for another 5 minutes or until cheese is golden having become one with the sensuously delicious balls.
Serve with a salad or steamed vegetables or with our Tuscan Kale Salad recipe which can also be found in 4Play.
Recipe and Image from 4Play by Mrs Turnbull. Just like Baby Bowl and ThermoStruck, this is a NON 4 Ingredients series cookbook. 4 Play is a cheeky cookbook written by Mrs Turnbull - Kim McCosker's married name, featuring 80 recipes, playfully written and beautifully photographed.
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