Who's going to win Emmys in 2017? We asked the experts

Who's going to win Emmys in 2017? We asked the experts

Updated September 16, 2017 22:03:31 The 2017 Emmys are right around the corner. TV’s night of nights kicks off at 10am AEST on Monday and there are three Aussies in the mix for awards. To find out if Nicole Kidman, Judy Davis or Geoffrey Rush will take home the gongs, we’ve asked two experts who’ve made the Netflix binge an art form. Always Be Watching’s Dan Barrett regularly chats TV with Radio National Breakfast and Amelia Navascues is triple j’s resident movie/TV critic. Here are their tips for the 2017…

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Midland millionaire in our midst

Midland millionaire in our midst

IT wasn’t a great night for WA footy but there might be one West Aussie cheering on Saturday night after grabbing more than $1 million in Saturday Lotto. One winning ticket, worth $1,011,836.63, was sold in Midland as the Lotto jackpot was shared between four people nationwide. If you bought your ticket from Midland Gate Lottery Kiosk, better double check those numbers. The numerals required were: 29, 10, 45, 5, 20 and 41, and the supplementary numbers were: 7 and 26 Source link

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Dear You: Red Symons on his fall and recovery

Dear You: Red Symons on his fall and recovery

Posted September 17, 2017 07:00:00 Photo: Red Symons returns to Melbourne’s airwaves on Monday. (ABC Radio Melbourne: Simon Leo Brown) Related Story: ‘It’s good to be back’: Red Symons to return to radio after serious fall On the eve of returning to the airwaves after his recovery from a head injury, ABC Radio Melbourne breakfast presenter Red Symons pens a letter to his listeners. Dear You, On July 5, I was shopping in the city with a 12-year-old friend. We’d set out to buy strawberries and kale and a plush…

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Toilet humour with a fart of gold

Toilet humour with a fart of gold

A COGNITIVE behavioural therapist might consider the relationship between best friends George Beard and Harold Hutchins to be dangerously co-dependent. And their reaction to being assigned to different classrooms does seem rather extreme. Freud would certainly have a field day with the pair’s obsession with scatological humour. But screenwriter Nicholas Stoller (Get Him To the Greek, Bad Neighbours 2) finds plenty to celebrate in George and Harold’s creative if infantile rebellion. While the cinematic debut of Dav Pilkey’s much-loved characters is clearly targeted at 8 to 13-year-olds, their adult chaperones…

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Big savings as banks slash rates

Big savings as banks slash rates

INTEREST rate uncertainty continues to spook Australian borrowers, who are rushing to lock in their home loans, encouraged by recent fixed rate cuts by major banks. Demand for fixed home loans has hit a four-year high, Mortgage Choice data shows, accounting for 31.05 per cent of all loans written in August. This was up from 29.63 per cent in July, according to mortgage Choice CEO John Flavell. DUMPED: Break up with your bank and save thousands “Demand is at its highest level since December 2013, when fixed loans accounted for…

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