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Breakfast with Coffee or Tea for Two ($19) or Four People ($35) at Degani Bakery Café, Roxburgh Park (Up to $84 Value)

Wake up to a satisfying breakfast like the bircher muesli soaked in organic appl...

$19

$32 for Chicken, or $36 for Pork or Beef Korean BBQ Dinner + Korean Beer for 2 People, GU-E Elsternwick (From $70 Value)

Impress your date by grilling your own dinner for two; try out chicken or pork b...

$32

Lunch with a Glass of Wine for Two ($26) or Four People ($52) at HQs on William, CBD (Up to $90 Value)

Dine on a leisurely lunch of modern Australian cuisine at the 4.5-star Radisson ...

$26

Float Tank Session - 90 ($55), 120 ($59) or 150 Minutes ($69) at Innerverse Float Tank Melbourne (Up to $135 Value)

By floating in saltwater in a dark and silent tank, Groupies relieve joint and m...

$55

$20 for $40 to Spend on Malaysian-Indian Cuisine at Riks Mahal Restaurant, Narre Warren

Use your credit to get your fill of tasty Malaysian-Indian food for lunch or din...

$20

Three-Course Lunch or Dinner for Two ($39) or Four People ($75) at Degani Bakery Cafe, Roxburgh Park (Up to $194 Value)

Start with an antipasto dish with olives, grilled peppers + dipping bread then c...

$39

Three-Course Malaysian-Indian Meal + Drink for Two ($29) or Six People ($79) at Riks Mahal Restaurant (Up to $195 Value)

Treat yourself and a partner to a spicy Malaysian-Indian feast that includes you...

$29

Four-Week 247 Membership for One ($8) or Two People ($15) at Raw24 Fitness Centre, Hoppers Crossing (Up to $108 Value)

Work up a sweat on cardio equipment or by lifting weights anytime of the day or ...

$8


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News

Sharp rise on the Australian share market

There was a sharp rise in the Australian share market today after solid gains on Wall Street last night and resource stocks led the way.

Hundreds march through Melbourne to rally over dairy industry crisis

Tractors, four-wheeler motorbikes and even a dairy cow were among a crowd of thousands marching through Melbourne CBD at lunchtime.

Security footage shows Ballarat sergeant putting women in headlock

Security footage shown to IBAC shows Ballarat Sergeant Christopher Taylor putting two women in headlocks in 2009.

Make-up artist from country SA dreams big as awards finalist

It is a long road to the fashion catwalks of Sydney when you work in a beauty salon in country South Australia but one regional make-up artist is making a name for herself.



Regional markets near major cities rise as buyers spill over

Several regional property markets located within driving distance of major capital cities witness strong home price growth over the past year.



Councils move to protect giant Gippsland earthworm

Moves are underway to protect the rare giant Gippsland earthworm, which can grow up to three metres long.