The Mazda MX-5. Have hairdressers had the right idea all along?

The Mazda MX-5. Have hairdressers had the right idea all along?

By Clutch Admin Jake. Slam ”budget sports car” into a google image search, and the first response (at least as I write this!) will contain a snapshot of a Mazda MX5. In fact, bring up the concept of a budget sports car to any motoring enthusiast and it won’t be long until Mazda gets a mention. Unfortunately, ”hairdresser” is never far behind it – but is that fair, or more to the point; should you care? The MX-5 was released as the Miata for our US friends and the Eunos…

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WoAG Accommodation Arrangement

WoAG Accommodation Arrangement

Hi all, The current Whole of Australian Government’s accommodation program management arrangement is due to expire in June 2017. Finance is seeking comments on a discussion paper that may inform the decision on what form a future accommodation program for the Government may take. Consultation is open until 5 pm on 27 May 2016. You can provide comments directly on this blog, or if you would prefer, via email to hoteltender@finance.gov.au. Attached for your review and comment are the following documents: I look forward to seeing some innovative ideas. John Source…

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Huge flashmob orchestra fills Berlin shopping centre

Huge flashmob orchestra fills Berlin shopping centre

Updated May 17, 2016 14:32:56 Photo: US conductor Kent Nagano lead about 930 musicians and singers. (Reuters: Fabrizio Bensch) Members of the German Symphony Orchestra have been joined by more than 900 amateur musicians in a spontaneous concert at a Berlin mall, entertaining hundreds of spectators. External Link: Mall of Berlin flashmob Instagram Led by American conductor Kent Nagano, the “Symphonic Mob” performance treated passersby to works by the likes of Giuseppe Verdi, Richard Wagner and George Bizet, winning rave applause. Germany’s Berliner Zeitung newspaper reported that about 950 amateur…

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Iranian grandma in SA faces deportation

Iranian grandma in SA faces deportation

FAMILY and friends of an ill Iranian grandmother who fled to Adelaide to escape political persecution say her life is in danger if she is deported. THE woman – who is in her 60s, has a heart condition and cannot be named for privacy reasons – joined her refugee family in Australia five years ago, her Modbury and Para Vista Uniting Church says. Advocate Reverend Tony Goodluck says she is being forced to leave the country to reapply for refugee status after her visitor visa – which she organised before…

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