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Staying productive can be demanding when you’re constantly on the move. See how the HP OfficeJet Pro 8700 Series helps Bryan Cush from Sawdust Bureau produce his best designs whilst printing on the move. Bryan’s philosophy to furniture making is ‘buy quality, buy once’. This same methodology he applies to the tools he uses to operate his business. The OfficeJet Pro offers small business printing for up to half the cost* of competitive laser printers and seamlessly prints from smartphones or tablets. Maximise efficiency and increase productivity with the competitive edge your business deserves today. Small business printing has never been so convenient. *Learn more: https://www.hp.com.au/officejetpro Sawdust Bureau https://www.instagram.com/sawdustbureau https://www.sawdustbureau....
Get ready Melbourne! For the first time, and after six successful editions of C2 Montreal, the iconic event is going global and will be held in Melbourne, Australia, the only city to ever host the business conference outside of Montreal. Supporting the event is the City of Melbourne, with Lord Mayor Robert Doyle commenting, "C2 is a great fit for Melbourne: commerce and creativity put together in a unique way that blends and transcends both." #C2OZ17 #c2melbourne
MCB annual highlights covering the 2016/2017 financial year.
Universal Spatial Solutions laser scans the foyer area of the Bureau of Meteorology in Melbourne, Australia for re-fitout purposes. Scanned using the FARO Focus3D laser scanner and the high res imagery was captured using the iSTAR 360 degree rapid imaging panoramic camera. The HDR image was then draped over the PointCloud using NCTech's RGB Overlay application ColourCloud. Universal Spatial Solutions are the Australian / New Zealand Distributor for the iSTAR camera. For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
MELBOURNE – 16 nov 2014 – C'est le printemps en Australie. Alors en voyant débarquer un père Noël portant des lunettes de soleil, des employés d'un bureau de poste de Melbourne n'ont pas eu d'inquiétude. Problème, l'homme à la barbe blanche n'était pas animé de bonnes intentions. « Les employés ont cru qu'il allait leur donner des sucreries. Ils ont été assez choqué lorsqu'ils ont compris qu'il s'agissait d'un braquage » raconte Brian Stangman, de la police de l’État de Victoria. Le Père Noël braqueur s'est fait remettre le contenu de la caisse. Puis il est parti à bord d'un 4x4, la hotte pleine. Pas d'arme, ni de blessé. La police de Melbourne est à sa recherche.
The Bureau of Meteorology is one of the few organisations that touches the lives of all Australians and all Australia, every day. Since 1908 we have proudly provided an extraordinary array of products and services that have contributed to economic prosperity, public safety and community well-being. For more information: http://www.bom.gov.au/inside/ Creative Commons footage courtesy of: https://www.youtube.com/user/mikerbwind
PCMA is headed down under! 2015 Global Professionals Conference is in Melbourne. Check out Melbourne Convention Bureau's tips for attendees traveling to Melbourne! Learn More: http://www.pcma.org/events/industry-calendar/landing/2014/11/17/2015-global-professionals-conference---apac
Melbourne Conversations - Smart City Leadership Prominent thought leaders discuss the nature, shape and future of our rapidly changing city. What does Melbourne do best and what are the future opportunities? How can we manage rapid change and community expectations? Hear about the latest science, robotics, economics and digital opportunities and join in. This event is part of Melbourne Knowledge Week, 19 to 25 October 2015, proudly presented by the City of Melbourne. Panellists: Marita Cheng – CEO 2MarRobotics, Robogals Founder 2008, Young Australian of the Year 2012 Dr Nicholas Gruen – CEO Lateral Economics Prof Sharon Lewin – Director, Doherty Institute, 2015 Melburnian of the Year and Club Melbourne Ambassador Darren Sharp – Sharing Economy Strategist, Director of Social Surplus ...
(Windy Day) Today was the first time i ever saw a Antonov AN124 i must say it is massive aircraft this aircraft flew in from Darwin to Melbourne dont know what it is here for but it is leaving Wednesday morning at 6am to fly to Rockhampton to pickup RSAF Chinooks to take back to Singapore . Thanks for watching the video Please dont forget to like share comment and Subscribe for more thanks Specs of the AN124 General characteristics Crew: 4–6 (pilot, copilot, navigator, senior flight engineer (+flight engineer, radio man) + 2 loadmasters) Capacity: 88 passengers or the hold can take an additional 350 on a palletised seating system Payload: 150,000 kg (330,000 lb) Length: 68.96 m (226 ft 3 in) Wingspan: 73.3 m (240 ft 5 in) Height: 20.78 m (68 ft 2 in) Wing area: 628 m² (6,760 sq ft) Empt...
A promotional clip for Melbourne, Australia.
Part 1: In December of 2009, the Melbourne International Airport hosted a party for the Melbourne Regional Chamber of East Central Florida. At the event, a new brand for the area was unvieled along with the new website coming online and a wonderful new brochure that features the area & the CVB members.
So the BOM has been deleting very low temperature measurements from its data sets. The global warming that has waffled on about for years has been completely fake. Let that sink in. You have been worshiping a false god and paying tribune to a false messenger of doom. The Bureau of Meteorology has ordered a full review of temperature recording equipment and procedures after the peak weather agency was caught tampering with cold winter temperature logs in at least two locations. Bush meteorologist Lance Pidgeon blew the whistle on the missing data after watching the minus 10.4C Goulburn recording from July 2 disappear from the bureau’s website. “The temperature dropped to minus 10.4, stayed there for some time and then it changed to minus 10 and then it disappeared,” Mr Pidgeon said. He re...
After 15 years studying and practicing architecture across the globe, Bryan Cush teamed up with talented American Engineer, Greg Bielawiec, to found Sawdust Bureau. The combination of creativity and craftsmanship paired with cutting edge, contemporary design is what sets this Melbourne-based studio aside from the competition. Their end goal is simple; produce high-quality, handmade, low volume, fully customizable pieces of furniture made only from Australian timbers.
Part 1: In December of 2009, the Melbourne International Airport hosted a party for the Melbourne Regional Chamber of East Central Florida. At the event, a new brand for the area was unvieled along with the new website coming online and a wonderful new brochure that features the area & the CVB members. Features Rob Varley of the Space Coast Office of Tourism.
Docuemntary by Michael Firus: https://michaelfirus.com/ Sawdust Bureau was founded in 2012 by Belfast-born Graduate Architect, Bryan Cush. In 2014, upon being awarded a City of Melbourne Start-up Business Grant, the dream of being a full-time furniture maker became a reality. He was shortlisted by the Australian Furniture Association for 2015 Emerging Furniture Designer of the year for his work on the Østberg Bench. My Website: https://michaelfirus.com/ My Vimeo Channel: https://vimeo.com/user26828385 My Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/michael.firus/?hl=en My YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJKcsmRGEQ9_5GGdJBuz_-A My Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100006013428912
Tracy Bartram regularly entertains as the Master of Ceremonies at the Melbourne Corporate Luncheon. This clip is from her 5th year as the MC for the End of Year Celebration Luncheon in 2008. Tracy Bartram began performing as a stand-up comedian in 1989. Nine years later saw her hosting breakfast radio shows, most notably Fox FMs hugely successful "Tracy & Matt in the Morning". She now lives a blissfully happy family life in the Yarra Valley, and is in heavy demand as a motivational speaker, MC and jazz singer. In 2004 Tracy took her one woman show "Illegally Blonde" to the Edinburgh Fringe, following her role in the world premiere of "Minefields & Miniskirts" for the Playbox Theatre. During 2006 and 2007, Tracy joined forces with Tim Smith at Mix 101.1 FM and together they bombarded th...
Excuse that burp...lol Like, Comment and Subscribe Links to the articles below http://dailycaller.com/2017/07/31/australia-weather-bureau-caught-tampering-with-climate-numbers/ http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/08/01/delingpole-australia-bureau-of-meteorology-caught-erasing-record-low-temperatures/
After roughly half a decade of her absents, the AN-124 has returned to Melbourne! You couldn't of asked for a better morning either, the sun shining brightly and despite the weekday timings overlapping work/school, a number of spotters ventured out to snap some photos of her. The moderate crosswind heavily contributed to the fierce rudder correction moments after the touchdown, which I've never seen to that extent at Melbourne before. She stayed for almost 6 hours, picking up a jet for a Jetstar 787 that was left over at Guam after an unexpected diversion there. If you're interested, check out some other P.O.V's of her arrival and departure: YMML SpottingTeams' footage of her arrival from another angle - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WHRdxV4efKk Dj Aviations' footage of her dep...