Bondi Vet Dr Chris Brown "Bobby wakes her up at 4 o'clock in the morning.
It seems like such a frustration and a really awful thing at 4am, but it's just a sign of love! Bobby wants to be around her!" he said, while Ms Tsebri looked glum. "Even though it doesn't feel that way, it is actually a compliment that Bobby sees her and Maria as being a real team, and when Maria's away at work I'm sure Bobby misses her thenand when she goes to bed, it's probably a disappointment, and that's discount oakley sunglasses outlet why Bobby's actually waking her up, to have some contact, and oakley youth sunglasses have some attention. "It's like any relationship, whether it's human or whether it's animal you need to be able to work out what each of you want with that relationship and work together to make sure that you guys can manage to live in harmony." Another local girl made good Actor Alison Bell is not only talented and hilarious (have you seen her in Laid?), but she's also a Canberra girl who picked up a Helpmann Award in Sydney this week. She won Best Actress in a Play for her role in South Australian State Theatre production of Ibsen's play Hedda Gabler. She's lived in Melbourne for years, but grew up in Canberra, went to Sacred Heart and St Clare's College, and did Arts/Law at ANU. We'll claim her as our own, thank you. Onya, Alison! Dance awards The annual Australian Dance Awards are being held in Canberra for the first time ever, on Monday night, recognising and honouring professional Australian dance artists who have contributed to the scene over the year. Because it's our Special Year, the Centenary of Canberra is presenting the award for outstanding achievement in youth or community dance and in that spirit commissioned Matthew Day Perez to create a new trophy for the award. It's a shiny, polished beauty, echoing the curve of a dancer's upswept arm. Perez, originally from Illinois in the United States, is here as a Fulbright Fellow at the ANU. The awards are being held on Monday night at the Canberra Theatre. Campo's close shave for charity Well, he's finally done it. Terry Campese has shaved his hair off. But, I hear you say, isn't Campo bald already? Well, define bald. The Raiders captain has long been the butt of jokes about his early onset male pattern baldness, particularly from host of The Matty Johns Show Matty Johns. But on Friday, Campo looked set to free himself of the torment of Johns' jibes, and had his head shaved for charity his own charity. Reader, he did it. No longer will his fellow players have any actual real blue oakley glasses reason to call him by his long time, slightly gross nickname "Cats Hair". Because Campo no longer has any hair. It's all thanks to Canberra radio hosts Scotty Nige on FM104.7, who challenged Matty Johns on air oakley a frame lenses to "put his money where his mouth is" and donate to the Terry Campese Foundation once the cat's hair was in the bin. The shave took place Friday morning in the 104.7 studio, with more than $8500 raised for the charity throughout the week. Chalmers steps up You read it here first (and maybe on Twitter) Win TV's new sports reporter is Caitlyn Chalmers, she's from WIN TV in Orange, and she starts here on Monday. This means Luke Dufficy can go back to covering the Legislative Assembly, having covered sports since Greg Thomson left to join Sky News in Melbourne. Whew! The thing is, Caitlyn's the first full time female sports reporter WIN has had in Canberra since Erin Molan left for Channel Nine, where she's gone to become the face of rugby league coverage and their Sydney sports bureau. Ms Chalmers has proved elusive as of time of publication, but Monday night will change that. What's onWhy aren't there more fathers groups around? allows dads, their kids and dads to be to get together regularly for coffee, a walk and a chat. You know, like mothers do! The next one is on Sunday, 9am 10am at Lake Burley Griffin.
For more information, call 0414 412 556. Jam free or skate hard at the roller derby The DisHonour Rollers all star team are taking on the Wagga Derby Dolls' Murderous Crows today at Southern Cross Stadium, Tuggeranong. Doors open at 5pm, game's on at 6pm.
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