Why Laser For Men Is Better Than Shaving?

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It is such a great feeling in winters when you don’t have to go to the beach in your swimming trunks. However, summers are soon approaching and it will bring back your shaving routine. Yes, even men are shaving their chests, backs and legs to look like the ideal muscle man. But, we know the downsides of shaving and the hassles associated with it. To evade all of this, you can take the laser hair removal option which stops the regrowth by destroying the hair follicles. So you can live with a smooth and hair-free skin for almost a year, and with the help of annual touch-ups, you can remove it permanently. Read the article shared below to know why you should opt for laser over razor.


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Police release CCTV footage in hunt for driver that killed woman in alleged hit-and-run

Victorian police have released CCTV footage of a pair they want to speak to about an alleged hit-and-run that killed a “kind and sociable” international student near Melbourne’s Monash University last week.

Ms Perera’s parents were “absolutely devastated” by the news they had lost their only child
Nisali Perera, 20, was crossing the road near the university’s Clayton campus on Thursday night when she was struck by a car believed to be speeding through a red light.

The Sri Lankan national, who was studying commerce and business psychology, died at the scene shortly afterwards.

Investigators said it appeared she had been hit by a dark-coloured Mazda that was later found dumped about 500 metres away.

Read more: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-09-02/police-release-cctv-as-they-hunt-for-hit-and-run-driver/11467408

Nisali Perera smiles at the camera in front of a view of a mountain.

Melbourne’s J’Aton Couture seek investor to conquer the world

The workroom is fragrant with wafts of espresso and almond biscotti. With a metal thimble on his middle finger, Jacob Luppino – half of Melbourne-based design duo J’Aton Couture, renowned for creating gowns resembling wearable art pieces – is perched over a small cutting table. He is hand-stitching fragments of Italian lace onto a sheer ivory bodice.

With its scroll detailing and clusters of glinting crystals, the gown is not simply a wedding dress; it is something between a baroque masterpiece and a hand-piped cake in the window of Milan’s Pasticceria Marchesi. The lucky bride is due for a fitting any moment.

Read more: https://www.afr.com/life-and-luxury/fashion-and-style/melbourne-s-j-aton-couture-seek-investor-to-conquer-the-world-20190813-p52giu


North Melbourne season review: MVP, surprise packet, low point, final grade

In a nutshell
A 1-5 start triggered change, with coach Brad Scott announcing a month later he had parted ways with the club. Rhyce Shaw started as caretaker but won the job as the aggressive Roos went 7-5 on his watch.

What we said in the pre-season
Most AFL.com.au journos predicted North Melbourne to finish between 10th and 12th, with only two tipping a top-eight finish, so that was pretty accurate. Ben Brown was a fairly popular selection as the Coleman medallist and he fell only three goals short of Giant Jeremy Cameron. The round one best-22 prediction was basically on the money, except for Jy Simpkin and Paul Ahern swapping places.

What worked
Replacing Brad Scott with Rhyce Shaw
This isn’t saying one coach is superior to the other, but rather the coaching change served as a circuit-breaker that reinvigorated the Roos.

Bringing Nick Larkey in
North fans’ prayers were answered when promising key forward Larkey was called up in round six, and he went on to kick four bags of at least three goals, including twice booting five.

Read more: https://www.afl.com.au/news/2019-09-03/north-melbourne-season-review-mvp-surprise-packet-low-point-final-grade

Rhyce Shaw celebrates his first win as interim coach. All pictures: AFL Photos - AFL,Season reviews,Tag-Analysis,North Melbourne Kangaroos


Netball Australia off-target with ticketing for Melbourne Vixens-Collingwood Magpies final

Sunday’s Super Netball semi-final between the Melbourne Vixens and Collingwood Magpies could not have come with higher stakes.

And yet, even with a spot in the preliminary final and bragging rights as the best team in the city up for grabs, the Melbourne derby had empty seats visible on the broadcast from the State Netball and Hockey Centre.

The Vixens average about 6,000 a week at their usual home court, Melbourne Arena, and their membership numbers alone outweigh the 3,050-seat capacity of the smaller venue.

But fans can hardly be held accountable.

Netball Australia (NA), which takes back control of ticketing and venues during the finals, hiked up ticket prices and really should have locked in their regular venue for such a big match.

In fairness, it was Father’s Day and they were beaten in securing Melbourne Arena way back in October by an esports tournament that pounced while NA was still trying to figure out a complex schedule that accommodated the Netball World Cup.

But for a sport that is still trying to cement itself as a frontrunner in the Australian landscape, it gave people more reasons to watch the game from the comfort of their homes, instead of paying extra to watch their team at a subpar venue.

What has upset fans further is that these ticket prices were different to the ones now on sale for the preliminary final to be played at Sydney’s NSW State Sports Centre — another relatively small venue.

Read more: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-09-02/netball-australia-let-down-fans-with-vixens-magpies-ticketing/11471896

A female netball player holds the ball behind her head as she prepares to shoot for goal.


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Filing your taxes is a big problem for many, and it is a bigger problem for those who run a business and have paid employees. The obligations and the number of applicable taxes keep increasing with the size of the business. You need to keep track of all the government rulings as well as the incomings and outgoings and assets to claim deductions. The better way to deal with the situation is to hire a bookkeeper who can record all the transactions and utilise this information at the time of submitting the report to the ATO. Here is an article that will help you understand the list of required information for reporting in the current financial year.


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Tim Fischer outlines ‘levers for success’ in final speech to regional Australia

Former deputy prime minister, Nationals leader, and Member for Farrer Tim Fischer highlighted the importance of education and working together in his final public speech to regional Australia last Friday night.

Mr Fischer was due to speak with author and finance expert Scott Pape in Pape’s hometown of Ouyen in north-western Victoria as part of a special event called Living the Rich Life in Regional Australia to be broadcast on the ABC.

However, the previous week, the former politician who had become a mentor to Mr Pape, who also writes the Barefoot Investor blog, called and said he was unable to make the journey due to his declining health but urged the organisers not to cancel and had recorded a special message for the people of Ouyen.

The message was played the night after his passing to the 130-strong crowd in the town’s Roxy Theatre.

Although nearing the end of his life, surrounded by gardens at the Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre, the quirky politician was enthusiastic in the 10-minute video addressing the audience and pointing a weathered finger highlighting what he believed were the keys to success for regional Australia.

Read more: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-08-29/tim-fischers-final-words-to-regional-australia/11458558

Inside a regional picture theatre where a pre-recorded video of Tim Fischer was played

Saké restaurants across Australia are hosting the spring picnic of your dreams

Every year in Japan, as warm spring weather spreads from the south of the country through to the north, nightly news bulletins broadcast where cherry trees are in blossom. As the wave of pink moves upwards from Okinawa all the way to Hokkaido, the people of Japan (and a good number of tourists) go to parks and temples with family and friends to view the beautiful blooms en masse.

The cherry blossom, or sakura, holds a deep symbolism for the Japanese people. Its beauty, fragility and limited flowering season represent the transient nature of life. It is also the national flower, appearing on everything from stationery to kimonos.

Read more: https://www.vogue.com.au/vogue-living/entertaining/sak-restaurants-across-australia-are-hosting-the-spring-picnic-of-your-dreams/image-gallery/9bb754726468b375ddeaa92044d07b9a?pos=2

2019 AFL All-Australian team: Nat Fyfe named as captain ahead of Shannon Hurn

Fremantle star Nat Fyfe and All-Australian captain has called it “humbling” to be named the skipper of the star-studded side.

Fyfe was somewhat of a surprise choice as skipper, with West Coast Eagles skipper and premiership-winning captain Shannon Hurn named as the vice-captain of the team.

Despite being the skipper of Fremantle for the past three seasons, Fyfe admitted that he was still learning about being a leader and admitted he wouldn’t need to guide anyone on this squad.

“Incredibly humbling if you look at the class in this team,” Fyfe told Fox Footy.
“I’m still getting a handle on it. In three years as captain (of Fremantle) I’ve become more aware of my shortcomings.

“I think I’d be putting myself on the bench to start with, I don’t think they’d need my guidance.”

Former North Melbourne premiership player David King was shocked by the selection of Fyfe as captain over Hurn, questioning whether the captain was simply chosen as the league’s best player.

Read more: https://wwos.nine.com.au/afl/2019-all-australian-team-live-announcement/588acdd0-3084-447b-8b63-1b4a9f65e8fe

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