i've heard about the tragedy at the Bliss n Eso video shoot. Apparently one of the actors on set of their music video was shot and killed. The boys were not on set at the time, Apparently they were meant to be using blanks or something... this is tragic. Really sorry to hear about this and to the family of the man killed i'm so sorry for your loss. I can't believe this something like this could happen :(
Edit: specific details of what went wrong are not confirmed yet
So this happened last night, I was the 50th inductee to the roll or renown in Tamworth which is a huge honour !! I am also very proud of winning the golden guitar for Album of the year for things I Carry Around . I got to sing with my beautiful wife onstage at the awards which was a huge highlight for us both. Sending love and thanks to all my family back in Grafton , my Mum for all the wonderful records and inspiration that helped make me who I am Love to all I'm speechless really TCD xx
Close-up with a confocal laser-scanning microscope. Ever wondered how a diving beetle swims through the water or manages to rest just on the surface? Its foot is more complicated than your own. This microscopic image of a male Acilius sulcatus (diving beetle) by photographer Igor Siwanowicz reveals the extraordinary complexity.
Brian Smith was let go from his job almost a year ago and became homeless after being unable to keep paying his rent. Despite applying for more than 180 jobs, he only received rejections, claiming that in the last 10 months he "lost his faith in humanity and in life." While searching for more job opportunities, he came across a story on Utah Woolen Mills, a company that gives suits to homeless people to help boost their confidence during job interviews. For every suit the store sells, a suit is donated to a man "committed to improving his life for the better." Brian says he owes the company so much, as he got a job three days after receiving his suit. "I thank them from the bottom of my heart." What a beautiful act of kindness. #9Today
In an immersive 360 world some of the country’s most iconic hip hop stars share their views on January 26th. Download the VR experience and track here: http://www.sbs.com.au/nitv/article/2017/01/20/nitvs-3lack60-sesisons-changethe-date
This VR experience was conceived and directed by an all-Aboriginal team, going to the heart of NITV’s role in empowering the next generation of Indigenous creatives. Special thanks to our partners Start VR for their technical expertise and support to help make this 360 Video happen and all the artists for their passion, time and skills. #AlwaysWillBe #ChangeTheDate