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EEAA widens reach for this year’s IWD event

The association is celebrating International Women’s Day nice and early this year (tomorrow, in fact). Read on to find out how you can get involved.

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Families left “traumatised” after funeral home mixes up bodies for second time

A funeral home in Sydney has left a family traumatised after mixing up two bodies. And it wasn’t the first time.

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Brisvegas tapped as preferred host for 2032 Olympic Games

Crack a tinnie of XXXX Gold, because it looks like the Olympics might be coming to Queensland 32 years after Sydney’s hosting efforts.

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Folk singer cops fine after young son’s concert cameo deemed child labour

Next time you plan an event overseas, you might want to check the ages of your performers, or you might cop charges for child labour.

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Police bust ‘illegal rave’ that turns out to be pensioners queuing for COVID jabs

Can you imagine mistaking a queue of patiently-waiting 80- and 90-year-olds for a raucous dance party? Because the fine people of Essex sure can.

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Coachella cancelled for third time in a row

Discard your sequined leotard, platform boots and giant novelty glasses, because one of the world’s most anticipated music festivals has just been cancelled again (again).

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Another man gets booted from Australia over illegal NYE rave

Need even more evidence to sway you from breaching COVID-19 regulations by inviting thousands of people to drop acid together in a state forest? Look no further.

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Talk2 Media & Events axes AIME 2021

The event is the latest to be sacrificed in order to keep the MICE industry (and the rest of Australia) safe from COVID-19.

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French man deported over illegal NYE rave

Were you planning on inviting 1,000 of your closest friends to take acid and listen to techno music in a state forest? Consider this a cautionary tale.

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Multi-million-dollar Masters Games to return to South Australia

South Australia has confirmed its penchant for elderly sportspeople in Lycra, with the state set to host the Australian Masters Games for the eighth time.

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South Australia to welcome back national robotics championship

Acne-riddled nerds and geeks armed with killer robots are set to descend upon South Australia very soon, after the state secured a biennial event.

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Concert inspires man to change his name to Celine Dion

There’s effective event planning, and then there is event planning with the power to change someone’s life, for better or for worse. We can’t decide which category this news falls under.

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