"Melbourne" Blogs & Blog Posts

Look from my eyes, feel from my heartLook from my eyes, feel from my heart

This blog revolves around the life of a simple girl who hopes to see change...

 
throughhisownthroughhisown

Original photography and youtube music

 
Scarlet WordsScarlet Words

Elizabeth is a Melbourne blogger who writes about art & photography, fo...

 
Melbourne TodayMelbourne Today

Daily photos of Melbourne, Australia

 
Melbourne Daily PhotoMelbourne Daily Photo

Melbourne is my city and I want people to see what a beautiful place it is....

 


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We’ve been dropping into the Australian startup scene increasingly over the years as the ecosystem has been building at an increasingly faster pace, most notably at our own TechCrunch Battlefield Australia in 2017. Further evidence that the scene i...

John Brack (1920-99) was born in Melbourne. Embracing art at 17, Brack had something special that made him an aspir­ing creat­or - a great mind. Brack was very in­terested in poetry then, reading widely to become a poet himself.Brack attended eve...

The Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova (1881–1931) was initially believed to be too tall and not athletic enough to succeed at ballet, yet still graduated from the Imperial Theatre School in St Petersburg in 1899. In 1906 she was promoted to prima ball...

Omio (née GoEuro) has acquired multimodal travel veteran Rome2rio as it works on building out a global travel aggregator business, having taken the decision to zoom out from its home market of Europe earlier this year. Financial details of the trans...

Peter Allen Woolnough (1944-92) was born in Tenterfield in rural NSW. His father and uncles were away at the war in 1944-5 so he was raised mainly by the women in his family, even after the war. As he grew up, Peter escaped from his troubled home lif...

Alleged cryptocurrency exchange Goxtrade bills itself as a “trusted platform for trading bitcoins,” but its staff page is filled with photos of people pulled seemingly at random from the internet. The alleged exchange, which claimed to de...

Everyone loves a good Google Earth easter egg, especially when they're dick-shaped. First spotted by Reddit user u/adrianmtb and reported by publisher Broadsheet, a collection of phallic symbols have appeared on three parks in the northeast of Melbou...