Yes, France won the World Cup, but that’s only half the story. The captured nonsense that surrounded the event was substantially more layered.
We met with Susan Jackson, founder of the Women’s Financial Network about her career and her latest venture, running a chateau in the French countryside.
It’s Monday. Hoorah. While you were dredging your subconscious, France settled on Emmanuel Macron, the A-League was finalised, and the Internet ganged up on Piers Morgan. Pretty standard.
On the surface, it looks like Macron winning the French election over Le Pen is a victory for logic over populism. However, underneath the frosting, the same stale flavour exists.
The rise of Marine Le Pen, Victoria taking the fun out the drive-by and the confirmation of a wave of Avatar sequels. Probably best you go back to bed, pumpkin.
Three extremely different candidates, undecided voter bases and the threat of the countryside coming to town… The French election is more than a little confused, albeit entertaining, flip of the coin.
Every Friday, The Big Smoke looks at industry news curated by MediaScope. This week we look at the five trends to watch in 2017, the successful company that moved its digital to AI and a reality check for those who love social media.
The violence of today, has its roots in the past. As the bloodied pages of history has taught, the carrot is needed alongside the stick to create change.
The week that was, was not very good: more violence in Turkey and France, US political criticism got childish, Sanders supporters full of hot air.
What happened while you were asleep, Pumpkin? Well, California is richer than France, Bob Katter faces art critics and more chicanery at the Euro.
Morning, poppet. What happened while you were snoozing? The Euro opener gave us a Golazo, Harry Potter gave back his owls and the mining sector is set to give staff the heave-ho.
Melburnian Suraj Varma has coffee knowledge from around the globe, but he has found that they now look to us for the world’s best.
Rainer the Cabbie makes the case for us to follow in the marching footsteps of the French Uber riots, outlining a thoroughly Australian solution.
In the first of a series on European coffee-drinking experiences, Cindy Hoang blames France for her love of (OK, addiction to) coffee…
Still high on the sugary love International Nutella Day brings, Xavier Toby talks weird names parents foist on their children…like Nutella…ya, ha…read on for some others…
In this week’s 365 docobite, the 365 crew hit Aix en Provence where they come across Youri, who tells them of dance, rhythm and limitlessness …