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MELD columnist Kelvin Tay walked 50km in the name of charity, pushing past his physical limits to go the extra mile for children on the other side of the continent.
BUNNY and the Bull is very much your typical road movie. Bromance? Check. Car crashes? Check. Drunken debauchery? Check. Nude romps? Check. But not in the way you might expect. Rather than banking on big-budget effects to create exotic landscapes, writer and director Paul King (of The Mighty Boosh fame) uses the mundane to create a world that is sublime as it is surreal.
WHILE Australia was ranked third behind Britain and the United States as the preferred country for study, Australian universities dominated the top ten most popular universities among prospective students from India.
ARMED with banners, flags and loudspeakers, the hundreds of anti-racism protestors that turned up at Flinders Street Station on April 9 caused the cancellation of an anti-immigration and Islam rally that was was supposed to take place on the day.