GLOBE talks connecting, rejuvenating and making a difference with Christine Lewis, Founder and Owner of 65main Guesthouse, Convener of BE MAD and GLOBE member.
65main is the idyllic getaway location to explore everything that Daylesford and Hepburn Springs has to offer. The guest house is comfortable and quirky allowing for individual room bookings right up to whole house reservations. Christine is the welcoming and generous host who has realised her dream of a ‘tree change’ and running a gorgeous place for people to rejuvenate and reconnect with themselves, their passions and their loved ones.
The Gay & Lesbian Organisation for Business and Enterprise (GLOBE) today announced the launch and the opening of nominations for the inaugural GLOBE Community Awards.
The GLOBE Community Awards are the only ones of their kind in Victoria and will celebrate achievements in our State’s gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and intersex community.
GLOBE President David Micallef is thrilled with the development of the Awards, which will be presented at a gala event on 17 October 2014.
“These awards are the opportunity our community needs to celebrate our successes and to honour the exceptional work being done by individuals and groups to make Victoria an amazing place to identify as GLBTI,” Mr Micallef said.
GLOBE catches up with food connoisseur, tour operator and GLOBE member Andrew Prior of Queenie’s Food Tours to talk about food, Paris and more food.
Queenie’s Food Tours is all about helping you discover some of the best food that Melbourne has to offer. From finding the best sweets in South Yarra to the Melbourne CBD’s best breakfast, these tours will offer everyone something special.
Lucky for Melbourne, owner and operator Andrew Prior is obsessed with food and has connected with some of the city’s best food producers and purveyors. His expertise and knowledge of how to reach foodie Mecca is second to none and should be taken advantage of, now!
This month marks the 30th anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality by the New South Wales Parliament.
The NSW Legislative Assembly heard speeches by Independent MP Alex Greenwich, Labor’sCarmel Tebbuttand Liberal memberBruce Notley-Smith. They each spoke about the significance of decriminalisation and renewed their commitment towards further reform aimed at improving the lives of the GLBTI community in NSW and elsewhere in Australia.
GLOBE talks following your dream, engaging the community and working with beautiful flowers with Shane Sipolis and Shane Reddel, GLOBE members and owners of Botanics Melbourne.
Botanics Melbourne is one of Melbourne’s most acclaimed florists, providing everything from small arrangements, right through to bespoke floral designs for weddings and corporate events.
Walking into the South Yarra store to greet owners Shane and Shane, you are immediately engulfed in a forest of bright flowers, beautiful arrangements and thickets of greenery. The organic approach and commitment to up-cycling is evident in every corner of the store.