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Public Relations Agencies in Melbourne

Keeping the trend, here’s the list of all public relations agencies in Melbourne, Australia.

Although I’m not situated in Melbourne (Though I look forward to doing so one day), but I’ve commissioned an industry insider to do so.

(He prefers to remain anonymous though, citing reasons like having to kill you if he reveals his secret identity!)

So, without further ado, I give you the List of All Public Relations Agencies in Melbourne, Australia.

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Less than ten years ago, while I was working for a tech publication, I received an email from a new PR expert who was at that time representing Microsoft Xbox.

To my surprise, and as I discovered later on after meeting him face to face and running through thorough interrogations by yours truly, he knew a lot about video games.

In fact, he was a hardcore gamer not a fake one. Something very rare for a PR expert in Dubai!

When I asked him about anything, he would get to the bottom of it or simply say I don’t know.

I always liked to work with a PR man whom I can trust and rely on. His name is…

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Australian Made Cars you say?

Do they even make cars down-under?

Did they ever manufacture a decent automobile?

Of course they did, and not only that, the Australian car industry is trying very hard not to throw in the towel and to stay in the game, keeping the banner of Australian made cars held high.

Whether they will manage to do that or not remains to be answered in the coming years.

Our down-under (aka Australian) reporter, Aaron, writes about the top most recent Australian made cars carrying the infamous ‘Made in Australia’ tag, which you can buy today, should you ever trust an Australian car maker with your money, or drop by Australia for some Australian Holden buying frenzy, or you were an Australian looking out to buy a new car. Read more

Australia is such a vast land / country / continent, with so much long roads and vast empty areas between cities and towns to visit by car only. I never quite understood what some tourists that I met while traveling meant when they told me how they found Australia to be quite empty!

The distance, though, serves to make Australia a land that can be explored and adventured in, and for that you shall need a car, a rather good one also, as you roam the lands and beaches and greenery, which makes for car-travelers’ paradise. Below is a list of some of my favourite areas of this ancient land.
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Australia has a long history of love and obsession with classic cars and motoring. Ever since the former Prime Minister Ben Chifley watched the unveiling of the Holden FX, Australians have shown their love and passion for motoring and classic cars. The biggest car manufacturers in Australia are Holden (a subsidiary of GM) and Ford Australia.

Because of the exorbitant costs of manufacturing anything in Australia, some say the future won’t have any Australian-made cars, which gives more value to the old classic cars that stood out the test of time and tried to leave their mark in the motoring history books and in the memories of true car lovers and enthusiastic. This is a list of my top 10 classic cars built and manufactured on Australian soil.
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Australians are an interesting breed of people, living on an island isolated from the world. This distance from the old world means that Australian Bloggers can also develop a different sense of the world, making for some interesting reading in the blogosphere.

Below is a list of Australian Bloggers who you should follow on Twitter. These bloggers will prove to you that deserve to have your attention over the other top bloggers.
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Australia is a land known for its beautiful scenery and relaxing, laid back lifestyle. It’s also a country that takes in a high amount of foreign students into Australian universities. Australia is an attractive place to study, and it has world-class facilities. Many of Australia’s universities are world-renown, offering students opportunities that aren’t to be found elsewhere.

It’s no surprise that the list of top Australian universities isn’t based on academic performance per se, but rather on the city each university is located in. Most Australian universities will give you quality education, but not all of them will give you the experience that the ones named here can. Let’s start:
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Let’s be real–none of us want to be sold to 24/7. But “liking” our favorite companies on Facebook can sometimes be a great way to stay in the loop on exclusive promotions and daily specials. Maybe your neighborhood restaurant uses their Twitter feed to give shoutouts to customers, or that retailer you love (but is too pricey to shop all the time) posts sales there first. We”ve all done it, and usually it’s worth the trouble to hit “Follow” and “Like”.
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Singapore best city for growing businesses

In 2012, Singapore came as the best country in the world for growing businesses, according to the Grant Thornton Global Dynamism Index. The United States came at 10th place, still ahead of France, China and Japan, and trails South Korea and Germany by a narrow margin and is ranked eighth in the area of financing environment. Read more