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  1. Hi I wonder if anyone has some info on ladies football/soccer!:goofy: I currently play for a ladies team in Glasgow Scotland, it's just a hobbie and was wondering what it's like in Canberra? Does any ine have any info on teams etc!? Hope someone can help Cheers Leeanne
  2. Come on, own up, which PIO member forgot to dress herself this morning:unsure: POLICE are searching for a woman who allegedly caused car accidents after driving topless and erratically in Burleigh Heads this morning. It is alleged the woman was swerving at vehicles on the road. One of the related accidents is believed to be a three-car collision at Burleigh Heads which happened around 7.55am. The cars collided at the corner of the Gold Coast Highway and Goodwin Terrace. One person is believed to have suffered neck injuries and another person was treated for an injured arm. Both were treated at the scene before being taken to hospital. About 10 minutes later, it is alleged the wanted woman struck a car at Tweed Street at Burleigh Heads before driving off. The owner of the struck vehicle escaped injury and told police he would make a formal complaint later today. Police said they could not launch an investigation until the driver had made the formal complaint. Police believe the woman was driving a white 1991 Mitsubishi Magna.
  3. The Pom Queen

    Woman ages 50 years in 2 days

    :unsure::unsure: How terrible for her. Hope they manage to reverse this. Doctors have been left dumbfounded by this curious case of ageing - except this isn't a Hollywood film and she's not gradually looking younger. Vietnamese woman Nguyen Thi Phuong claims a skin affliction dramatically changed her appearance over the course of a few days when she was 23. She steadfastly believes a bad reaction to seafood led to the medical mystery and doctors think perhaps extensive use of traditional medicine is to blame. Her skin began to sag and fold, leaving her looking like a woman well beyond her years, after taking medicine to overcome a seafood allergy. Ms Nguyen's husband has stood by her side and says he he still loves her as much as the day they met. "I married Phuong when she was a beautiful woman. I have followed her through her disease and have never been shocked at all," he said. "It's not easy to talk about one's own marital affairs. Just simply understand that I still love her very much." What could she be suffering from? - Lipodystrophy Fat beneath the skin fades away while skin on the surface ages rapidly. - Cushing's Syndrome Caused by extremely high levels of cortisol. [YOUTUBE]G4Hc_FHkmqU[/YOUTUBE]
  4. The Pom Queen

    Pretty Woman GASP in Melbourne

    Just read this story in the paper, I can't believe how a company can afford to be so rude, I don't know the company from Adam but after reading the story it just shows how unprofessional they are and I'm sorry but bad publicity isn't going to win them customers no matter what they think:no: Keara O'Neil claims a shop assistant at GASP made digs at her size 12 frame. Picture: Ben Swinnerton Herald Sun Click here to share on Facebook. Read More GASP clothing has defended its position involving a customer dispute, releasing yet another jaw-dropping response. The statement came after a spat between the retailer and a customer, who was told that their clothes were too exclusive for her, turned into a viral email sensation. Keara O'Neil was on a shopping trip to find bridesmaid dresses for her wedding and a frock for her hens night at the GASP Chapel St store on September 24 when she had a dispute with a sales assistant named "Chris". Like a scene straight out of Pretty Woman, O'Neil, a retail assistant herself, claims Chris was initially helpful but soon turned nasty, making a dig at her size 12 frame and yelling out as she left the store, "Have fun shopping at Supre... I knew you were a joke the minute you walked in". Distressed by the treatment, O'Neil then sent a letter to the customer service centre at GASP, which was answered by GASP area manager Matthew Chidgey. In the email, O'Neil was told the fashion chain aims to appeal "to a very fashion forward consumer" and that the sales assistant O'Neil made a complaint about was a "retail superstar" who's "only problem is that he is too good at what he does". It went on to say, "As I am sure you are aware, people whom are talented generally do not tolerate having their time wasted, which is the reason you were provoked to leave the store... "It is probably fair to assume a lot of what I have said in this email either doesn’t make sense to you, or you totally disagree with it" and we "respectfully ask that you side step our store." Mr Chidgey confirmed today that the email was legitimate. Later GASP, whose website advertises dressed priced from $100, released a statement in its defence. "We respect that not all consumers strive for a glamorous appearance; some prefer to simply blend in," the statement said. "We respect and welcome all customers whom wish to visit our store, even though the intention to buy may not exist. But we ask that their opinions be expressed through blogs, social media or around a warm latte, but certainly not inside our stores." It is understood GASP today closed its Facebook page following a deluge of negative comments concerning the incident. Celebrity Ruby Rose was one of many taking to Twitter to add their views on the incident, writing: "I am actually laughing.. I can't believe gasp called themselves fashion forward.. Sweetheart you sell polyester dresses u ain't no Prada. "This can't be real hahahaha gasp sells the most cheap tacky clothing in Australia," she said. Read the emails going viral below in full: Email by Keara O’Neil to GASP: I had the privilege of shopping at your brand new Chapel St store on Saturday 24th September with my three bridesmaids in tow. On the hunt for bridesmaids dresses and a hens dress for myself we walked into the store and were automatically pounced on by a male staff member, I understand that this is protocol for many retail outlets and ours is no different. The staff member was initially funny and extremely helpful with sizes etc. I chose a bright pink dress to try on but was unable to do the zip up so asked for the size up, when I eventually got the correct size and came out of the change room I was unable to discuss the likes or dislikes of the dress with my bridesmaids as the sales assistant kept saying “you should just get it”, when I told him I would think about it, he pulled me aside and whispered “Is it the price your worried about”. By now I was extremely frustrated, and again told him I’d think about it, I walked back into the change room and closed the door behind me, only to have it pushed open with the sales assistant half standing in my change room, again whispering “I think you should just get it”, when I gave him attitude and said rudely, “I already told you I would think about it”, he then replied, “With your figure I really think you should buy it”.* I’m not sure exactly what he meant by that, but considering the attitude used to deliver such a statement I can only imagine that it was an immature dig in relation to my healthy size 12 frame. I got changed in a hurry and walked right out of the change rooms and out of the store, I could hear the sales assistant yelling out to me, but I just ignored him and continued to leave, assuming my bridesmaids would follow. After waiting down the road for my bridesmaids to come out of the store I was told by one of them that the sales assistant yelled out “Have fun finding something at Supre”, when one of them approached him in regards to his comments, he replied “I knew you girls were a joke the minute you walked in”. When my bridesmaids walked out of the store another two customers walked out with them, they too could not believe the immaturity of the sales assistant. * I have worked in retail for 12 years and have come across an array of customer complaints over the years, none of which come even close to what I encountered on Saturday at your store, I wish I was exaggerating but unfortunately for your company this person actually exists and is working in one of your stores. I am pretty laid back and was quite happy just leaving your store, it was my bridesmaids who felt the need to say something to him………I dread to think how many customers he has not only offended but how many customers have left your store due to the pressure placed on getting the sale, and then to be harassed when that sale hasn’t taken place. * Ring me, don’t ring, not fussed………I’m just one retailer notifying another of an extremely inappropriate sales assistant. Keara O'Neil Response by GASP area manager Matthew Chidgey: Dear Keara O’Neil, Having now had the privilege of having both version of events, I am now in a position to respond to your complaint. From the very outset, one thing that you should be mindful of is; Our product offerings are very, very carefully selected, so to ensure that we do not appeal to a broad customer base. This is something which is always at the forefront of our minds when undertaking buying duties. The reason for this is to ensure that we only carry products which appeal to a very fashion forward consumer. This by default means that the customer whom is acclimatised to buying from “clothing for the masses” type retailers, is almost frightened by our range, sometimes we have found that this type of customer, almost finds our dresses funny, and on occasion noted comments such as 'it looks like a dead flamingo'. When we receive comments like this, we like to give ourselves and our buyers, a big pat on the back, because we know we are doing our job right, and modus operandi is being upheld.* Our range is worn by A list celebrities to the likes of Kim Kardashian, Selena Gomez and Katy Perry to name only a few. Now, as one might appreciate, the style counsel for these types of celebrities are not ones to pick “run of the mill” type clothing, and they do so on the basis to ensure that the styles are cutting edge, and only worn by a select few. Similarly these items are priced such that they remain inaccessible to the undesirable. Insofar as our employee goes; Similar to our product offerings, our employees are selected with a similar approach. Chris whom served you is a qualified stylist whom has a sixth sense for fashion, and Chris’s only problem is that he is too good at what he does, and as I am sure you are aware, people whom are talented, generally do not tolerate having their time wasted, which is the reason you were provoked to leave the store. Whilst I concede that you work for chain retailer, unfortunately that does not make us like for like. It is probably fair to assume, a lot of what I have said in this email, either doesn’t make sense to you, or you totally disagree with it all, which is what I would expect (unless of course I have you totally wrong – which I doubt). Let me guess, you would never, ever hire Chris in the course of your duty, would you? This is the very reason, why your comment “from one retailer to another” is so disproportionate, it’s almost as though we are in a totally different industries. Chris is a retail superstar, who possess unparalleled ability, and I am sorry you feel upset by him, but he knew you were not going to buy anything before you even left your house. So if you would like to do us any favours, please do not waste our retail staff’s time, because as you have already seen, they will not tolerate it. I am sure there are plenty of shops that appease your taste, so I respectfully ask that you side step our store during future window shopping expeditions. * Thank you for your enquiry.
  5. http://www.abc.net.au/news/2011-08-10/20110810-frail-96-year-old-faces-deportation/2833542 Frail 96yo British woman faces deportation A 96-year-old British woman has been refused a visa to live out her days in northern Tasmania with her only surviving family. The Immigration Department says Gladys Jefferson was refused a visa because she would be a burden on the welfare system. But it has frustrated her Australian family who say she has the means to pay her own way. The great-grandmother was living on the Isle of Wight when she called her daughter, Bridget Grigg, in Tasmania to tell her that her health and memory had started to fail. "My mother has always, always been incredibly independent," she said. "Then about 18 months ago she was talking to me on the phone one evening and she specifically asked if she could come and live with me. "The previous phone call she said, 'I don't know how to tell you this, but I think there is something wrong with my mind'." Having outlived family and friends in the UK, Mrs Jefferson's only other option was a nursing home where she knew no-one. Her family brought her to White Hills in northern Tasmania on a 12-month tourist visa and immediately applied for a contributory parent visa, which allows parents to join their children in Australia provided they can support themselves. PHOTO: Gladys Jefferson is cared for by her daughter and son-in-law. (ABC TV) Ms Grigg says that was refused last week and now her bed-ridden mother faces deportation to the UK. "The bottom line is she doesn't fit the health requirements and she would be a drain on the Australian pocket," she said. But the family argues Mrs Jefferson can support herself financially with her significant savings and British pension. Things have not been assessed properly. I've really got quite frustrated, quite angry almost that it's got to this stage," said her son-in-law, Paul Grigg. And Mr Grigg says he is concerned other families could be facing the same battle. "The Australian public should know how difficult it is, because we would certainly not be the only people in this situation," he said. "There are obviously many migrants that come over here and will eventually get to that stage where they've got elderly parents and parents that don't have anybody else." The family has applied for a 12-month medical treatment visa as a stop-gap and have written to the Immigration Minister and the Prime Minister, pleading for them to intervene. A spokeswoman for Immigration Minister Chris Bowen says it has been long-standing policy that medical conditions are considered as part of visa applications. She says the department is working with the family on pathways for Mrs Jefferson to remain in Australia. The spokeswoman says Mr Bowen is unable to intervene in this case, as ministerial intervention can only be requested following a negative merits review outcome. The family can seek an independent merits review of the department’s decision through the Migration Review Tribunal (MRT), the spokeswoman said. First posted August 10, 2011 16:28:37
  6. Woman suing the Australian government. Its on sky news ............. on its teletext section, so it must be correct. :mad: A woman visiting a remote area of Australia was staying in a hotel and she was having sex with her partner, or someone ............ could have been anyone, when ................ the light fitting fell down hitting her in the face, breaking her tooth slashing open her face, where she needed stitches and she is suing the government ............. surely any claim should be against the hotel and ................ Just how frantic were they going at it to bring the ceiling lights down.:laugh:
  7. Todays announcement that another 8 prisons are to be put up for privatisation has come as a sickening blow to the prison service and its members. HM Prisons, Lindholme, Moorlands, Hatfield, Onley, Coldingley, Durham and Acklington, could be privatised very soon, with the loss of hundreds of prison officers jobs and those that are left, will have to accept a £6 to £8 thousand pound reduction in their wages and loss of most of their pension rights and it is a kick in the teeth for these hard pressed professionals who deal with the most difficult, dangerous and disturbed people in the country. We are not the only professionals who are being savaged, the police, nurses, teachers, bank, government and council workers, plus others, too many to mention are being attacked and i am just at a loss of trying to understand what the government is thinking and how will all this help the country to come out of this 3 year recession we have been in? :mad::no:
  8. tonyman

    my kinda woman

    Now this is my kinda woman......big , bouncy , bubbly beautiful and omg i adoure our Beth ...:Randy-git:
  9. Guest

    Woman and 'Nesting'

    As some of you know I have been married several times, twice to the same lady thank goodness,:wubclub::yes:. But had a funny/strange experience last week. Though myself and ex wife see little of each other we are what I would say are at a place where we are both happy, and I dare say ion the future we will meet up and have a giggle at what went on, there are no hard feelings at all, and the atmosphere when we speak on the phone is very pleasant, BUT. It was my eldests 18th birthday last week and as normal my ex wife (not mother) asked Anna out for a meal and a laugh. All went very well, bought Anna a lovely gift, baked her some cakes and for that I hold my ex wife in high esteem, BUT. Anna told me that she (my ex I hasten to add, :shocked:) is pregnant, (5 months gone) and is over the moon, her and her new partner seem to thriving and all is good. But after saying this my eldest then proceeded to empty bags of photos, keep sakes, that I had but didn't get back when we divorced. Just the normal stuff, as I said photos, nick nacks and the like, but the one that surprised me was a ring I had made for my ex. I spent five hours down at Broome Jetty to find a single pearl (nothing flash, very small), I lost count of the Oysters I opened, but I tell you what, it was bloody hard work. I had the ring mounted in a white gold wave pattern ring and my ex wore it all the time. But she gave it to my eldest and said, 'I think your Dad would like you to have this'. Don't get me wrong, I have no problem with this, it was a lovely idea and I HOPE my eldest treasures it for many years to come, BUT. Ladies, considering we have been separated/divorced for nearly five years do I get the impression that this clear out is a type of nesting ritual, or is it that my ex wants a completely fresh start for her new family,:yes: As I said, no grudges, we both now have lives that have moved on, but I found it interesting after all these years that this happened at this particular time. It would be great to get a female perspective on this,:yes:. Cheers Tony.:wink:
  10. PommyPaul

    being a kept woman?

    heres one for the ladys, if your fella said you didn't need to work or maybe just a couple of days a week for fun money would yoy be woohooo or boooooo i want my ofinancial independence/career?
  11. I can only imagine as I am a fella, but. Best: Make up, mmmmm love make up. If I was lady I don't mind admitting that I would be one poor schmuck who fell for every new make up range on the market. MMMMM, love a bit of make up me.:embarrassed::biglaugh: Worst: Being pregnant.:embarrassed::shocked: Not the final result, but the nine months before birth. What do you reckon is the best/worst about being a woman is? Cheers Tony.:wink:
  12. Hi all I noticed a media release on Chris Bowen's website that I thought might be of interest - it relates to the first successful "proceeds of crime" action for migration fraud, with regard to a person who was practising in WA as an unregistered migration agent. Here is a link fyi: Migration fraud will not be tolerated Best regards S
  13. Hi everyone 24 November 2010 was a red letter day for registered migration lawyers, agents and visa applicants - it marked the first successful proceeds of crime action for migration fraud, sending a strong warning that illegal operators in the migration industry will not be tolerated. A Western Australian woman was ordered by the District Court to pay the Commonwealth $50,000 for allegedly practising as an unregistered migration agent. The Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) launched an investigation into the woman after receiving a complaint from one of her clients. The woman was found to be acting without accreditation as a migration agent for dozens of individuals or businesses on temporary skilled migration matters. DIAC says that people with information about migration scams or illegal operators should phone DIAC’s Dob-In Line on 1800 009 623 or visit the department’s website: www.immi.gov.au/contacts/forms/services/services-form.htm Source: Media Release, Minister for Immigration and Citizenship “Migration fraud will not be tolerated” 24 November 2010
  14. or are you just grumpy---if your a grumpy old man or womam (or just grumpy) what makes you grumpy--me im a grumpy old man (according to lesley)--i tend to go on about the older days,and how life in 2010 has changed so much for the worse,and how they have never had it so good--bluddy kids these days seems to roll of me tounge at least once a week--or is it me just getting old:wubclub:is this a grumpy thread written by a grumpy old man--i hope not:wideeyed:i have to go now ive just been told by her in doors that my dinner is about to be served,were having pork chops--theres to much fat on them now,years ago it wuz all meat--just whats happining, im paying for fat now--i just dont bluddy believe it
  15. WTF has happened to Australia, never thought I would see the day, come on, this is taking it too far. A WOMAN in charge of Australia, NEVER. I reckon her policies will shock a few, it will change Australia forever, and I for one am not sure this is a good thing. From a leaked report these are her potential policy changes. 1. Only silk PJ's to be worn at the supermarket. 2. All men banned from the main BBQ area, they now have to bring the 'plates' and gather in a corner where they are to be seen and not heard. 3. All barmaids in Kalgorlie to be former 'Chippendale' stars. 4. All 'slabs' and 'blocks' of beer outlawed in favour of Pinot Noir. 5. 'Smoko' to be changed to morning and afternoon tea. 6. All Bogans to be sent to the Northern Territory, and their V8 utes to be replaced by family sedans. 7. Thongs to be outlawed and replaced by a new design by Jimmy Choo. 8. Bondi beach to be grassed over and a lawn bowls field to takes its place. 9. To counter the carbon footprint a one of payment to be made available to people to enable them to build their own windmills as long as they are decorated tastefully and with pretty flowers on. 10. All weekend sport to be played mid week at midnight as weekend time is 'Family' time. 11. Any nasty little critters will now be tackled using a can of Mortein 'Light' and instead of killing said critters it just knocks them out for five minutes and gives you the opportunity to move them elsewhere. 12. Dress as you please Friday at work to be replaced by 'Wear a pretty dress' day, even the men. 13. All leagalised brothels to be replaced by children day care centres. The prostitutes now out of work can go and join the bogans in the Northern Territory. 14. Pokies to now give out lipstick and eyeliner as prizes. 15. And finally, Tasmania and mainland Australia to be linked by a bridge so that 'family' ties can once again be established. PS. I couldn't find a tongue in cheek smilie. So had to use this:tongue: Cheers Tony:biglaugh:
  16. Hey guys, this is the situation.. My girl came here on a tourist visa (3 month) and extended it. She doesnt have a 'no further stay' though. We are planning to apply for the partner de facto visa. A few things, I'm wondering how/if these will affect our application: > She cant get a police check in time before applying (is this critical to submit with the initial application?) >She is 18, I am 20, and as I have been overseas for a long time I dont have a job at the moment. Is it okay to use one of my family members as the sponsor? > Once she applies for the defacto partner visa, will she be allowed to stay here 'in status' until her visa is either allower or denied? Thanks !!
  17. I posted a list of reasons to migrate if you're a bloke so, in the interests of equality, here's a list of reasons to migrate if you're a woman 1. If you’re not overly keen on your husband/partner there’s a pretty good chance you won’t have to see a lot of him anyway. Australia is bursting with so many blokey things to do that most men can’t find enough hours in the day to play with all their grown-up boys toys. 2. A lot of these pursuits involve being outdoors and actually moving. You can look forward to your couch potato developing a tan and a six pack. 3. You’ll loose weight. Seriously. It ought to be called the migrant diet. First, you’ll be so stressed about the whole move that you’ll shed pounds. Then, once you’ve settled you’ll find the abundance of fresh fruit and veggies makes it easier to eat lean. 4. It’s nearly always BBQ weather which means he’ll do more cooking. As all Australian’s know, BBQ’s are built so that they can only be operated by men. Some blokes get so wedded to their BBQ’s that you have to prise them away. 5. There’s no Marks and Sparks. You’ll save heaps of cash. 6. Aussie women always seem to have better jobs than their men, at least most of the women I know do. It’s like it’s some kind of law. Since coming here I’ve met numerous high flying women attached to middling men. Migrate to Australia and if you’re a woman you’ll probably get a promotion thrown in.
  18. Ok Ok.. we met in FB and after a few weeks of chatting decided to meet on Skype. After 3 or 4 months I asked her if she would be up for me meeting with her in the UK if I came to Holiday. She was happy for me to meet her. I travelled to the UK in August and sent 5 1/2 weeks travelling around. Spent just over 3 weeks travelling with her. Well, I left and we both thought that was it. But our feelings for each other have become very strong. Question is... she is under 30 and can apply for the Working Holiday Visa to Australia... we both are happy to be in a De Facto relationship but realise there is a 12 month process to follow before we can apply for that assuming everything goes as we hope. So... does anyone know if we can apply on the last day of her Working Holiday Visa? And more to the point can we actually apply for the De Facto relationship Visa with her being on the Working Holiday Visa? or I think I heard somewhere that some people go on holiday to New Zealand and go to the Australian Offices and apply for the De Facto Visa from there. (Much cheaper than the 2 of us flying back to London unless we wanted a holiday) or Could I maybe head back to London for a few weeks before she comes to OZ and live together in a Short Term apartment. That way we could apply a week before the Visa runs out and it would be over the 12 months required. I am open to any ideas on the it. So confused.. but willing to do what it takes to make it work! Cheers
  19. Guest

    Woman Stuck In Loo For A Week

    Australia: Woman Wedged Between Toilet And Bathroom Door For A Week Rescued In Brisbane | World News | Sky News :biglaugh: shouldn't really laugh but i just can't help it...
  20. &squo;Brilliant&squo; driver on drugs mowed down two teens | The Courier-Mail I dont think I could ever picture a British immigrant doing something so stupid.
  21. Woman raped for seven hours after being dragged into 'den' - Times Online
  22. Spider bite puts woman in hospital - Yahoo! News UK thought I should warn those heading to the UK!!!!!!!!!
  23. I can't believe it, our visa came through today. Yippeeeeeeee............... Thanks to EVERYONE on PIO that has helped us through this stressful time. Best wishes to all HH xxx
  24. Hi Guys Just a few more odd questions that I hope someone can answer for me.!!!:goofy: After the thred yesterday about what you can and cant take into Oz with you, its got me thinking about some other things too. Now I know and am gutted that I cant take my wedding flowers with me, Ive realsied that there is probably tonnes of other stuff that I use on a daily basis that I am not going to be able to take I practice witchcraft (only the good stuff!) and use dried herbs and plants in some of my spells, will I be able to take them in? I also have alot of decorative items around witchcraft for example a decorated besom (broomstick) that is really precious to me, as it is made from untreated wood and twigs looks like this is going to be a nono too. Does anyone have any idea on how the Ozzies view us pagans? Is it something that I am going to have to keep quiet while Im there? :wacko: That ontop of me worrying about if Im going to have to change the way I dress and the colour of my hair to find a job, I hadnt really given musch thought to how they would view my faith and of curse if Im going to be able to find the tools I need to practice my faith! thanks all in advance! :wubclub:
  25. Guest

    woman and multi tasking

    Well bless them they do try I've only been banging on for days about the new 'wanted down under' series, i even phoned Tina at 9 o'clock this morning to remind her yet again to tape it, only to find out she taped the wrong channel.:no: eddie:goofy:
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