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$59 Full Face Micropen Needling Treatment, or $99 to Add Neck Area at Advanced Dermal Institute (From $2,000 Value)

Micro needling is a non-invasive way to boost the skin’s collagen producti...


$39 One-Hour Relaxation Swiss Massage or $59 for a One-Hour Remedial Massage at Hair Free Care Free (Up to $120 Value)

Opt for the relaxation massage to enjoy smooth flowing strokes that help de-stre...


Three-Course Meal and Wine - Two ($59), Four ($116) or Six People ($173) at Cinnamons Café & Kitchen (Up to $313 Value)

If you need an excuse to eat a meal out just tell the waiter it’s your bir...


$29 for a Hair Styling Package or $39 for an Updo Hairstyle at Big Wig Hair & Beauty, Murrumbeena (Up to $60 Value)

Sometimes embarrassing yourself in public is something you have to shrug off, an...


Chocolate Tasting Plate and Hot Chocolate for Two ($21) or Four ($32) at The Ministry of Chocolate (Up to $65 Value)

Treat your sweet tooth with a chocolate tasting plate of two chocolate bars and ...


Full Set of Eyelash Extensions for One ($49) or Two People ($89) at Krisha Hair and Beauty, Coburg (Up to $160 Value)

A low-maintenance way to accentuate your eyes, lash extensions lend thickness an...


High Tea with Sparkling Wine for Two ($49), Four ($97) or Six People ($145) at Chalitas Kitchen (Up to $321 Value)

Enjoy high tea with a twist, savouring chicken and avocado sandwiches, coconut c...


Breakfast or Lunch with Drink for One ($10), Two ($19) or Four People ($35) at McPaddens Cafe & Bar (Up to $86 Value)

Prevent small kitchen disasters by leaving the cooking to the professionals, and...



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Global share markets bounce back

Global share markets bounced back from their Brexit woes today with strong gains in Europe and at home.

Fonterra slashes milk prices for Australian farmers

It follows cuts by rivals Murray Goulburn, Bega Cheese and Warrnambool Cheese and Butter ahead of the new season starting on July 1.

Young Australians drinking 'much less' than previous generations

Australians in their teens or early 20s are drinking about half as much alcohol as previous generations, a new study finds.

Dairy farmers expecting an exodus from their industry following further price cuts

Murray Goulburn farmer suppliers say further price cuts from Australia's largest dairy processor will force farmers out of the industry.

Man wanted by police over 'suspicious' death of baby boy

Homicide squad detectives are urging a man to come forward over the death of a six-month-old baby who was found unresponsive by emergency services at a home in Melbourne's north.

Woman accused of murdering her children in lake crash collapses in court

A mother accused of killing three of her children by driving into a Melbourne lake collapses in tears as a harrowing triple-0 call from a witness to the incident is played in court.