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Breast Cancer & Ovarian Cancer – Early Detection is now even easier!

breast cancer & ovarian cancer – early detection is now even easier!
There is now a new, more comprehensive genetic test, BraOvo that tests up to 12 genetic risk factors for breast and ovarian cancer. This breakthrough in testing is helping those at risk to get early treatment. The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons representative to the Cancer Council Victoria, Dr Nicole Yap, has seen first-hand the benefits of this lifesaving test. Dr...

BATMAN visits Lollipops Children’s Playland

batman visits lollypops children’s playland
  A lazy overcast Sunday in Melbourne was anything but lazy on 15 May 2022 when BATMAN made a much anticipated appearance at the popular Lollipop's Children's Playland in Noble Park. Naturally, the Toorak Times commissioned our head photographer and respected reporter, Lord Murray Schoorman to head down to the south eastern suburb and meet with the infamous BATMAN! Upon arrival, the...

Sudden Death of Nick Cave’s son – Jethro Cave

sudden death of nick cave’s son – jethro cave
Images of the grimy Melbourne motor inn where Nick Cave’s troubled son Jethro Lazenby spent his last days have been exposed. The model and actor, who lived in Melbourne, had been released from prison two days before his death. Jethro, who was born to model Beau Lazenby and Cave in 1991, had faced personal problems for some years after struggling with...

Sydney Swans launch new Marn Grook guernsey

sydney swans launch new marn grook guernsey
Sydney Swans launch new Marn Grook guernsey The Sydney Swans have unveiled a new Marn Grook guernsey, which has been designed by GO Foundation scholar, artist Lua Pellegrini. A proud Wiradjuri woman who grew up on Darug country, Pellegrini is studying at UNSW and is Chairperson of the NSW Youth Advisory Council. The artwork on the guernsey is titled Duguwaybul Yindyamangidyal which means altogether respectfully: respect, gentleness, politeness, honour,...

Girl From The North Country

girl from the north country
Since opening at the Old Vic in London, Girl From The North Country has taken the theatrical world by storm, and is now one of the most critically acclaimed productions of the 21st century. A universal story about family and love, this award-winning Broadway musical features over 20 songs from legendary singer-songwriter Bob Dylan including Hurricane, Like a Rolling Stone,...

The Melbourne Fair 2022

the melbourne fair 2022
The Melbourne Fair 2022 is an exhibition and fair that ran from Thursday 24th March to Sunday 27th March 2022. It showcased Australia’s most outstanding antique dealers who exhibited Furniture, Decorative Arts, Jewellery, Art, Prints and Posters, Books, Vintage Fashion and Couture and Luxury Vintage goods. The opening night on 24 March 2022 was attended by our resident photographer and...

Scott Morrison PM has dinner with Danny Wallis

scott morrison pm arrives for dinner with danny wallis
Today, Wednesday 23 March 2022, the Australian Prime Minister, Scott Morrison visited the private residence of Danny Wallis for dinner. Toorak Times photographer, Lord Murray Schoorman has the exclusive pictures. Amid a small albeit tight Australian Federal Police security detail, Scomo, as he is affectionately known, arrives in the backseat of a white BMW sedan which was driven inside the residential...


coles appoints editor of ‘coles&co’ digital channel
Coles is delighted to announce leading food and wine publisher Lisa Hudson has been appointed as the editor of coles&co, the brand-new online platform designed to inspire customers with great value specials and exclusive content. With more than 20 years at the helm of some of Australia’s best-read food and drink titles, Lisa will ensure customers have useful information at...

Animal welfare put second to NSW border lockout

Ken Hopley
Many Australians have been supportive of the border closure between New South Wales and Victoria to stop the spread of COVID-19, however it is causing major problems for some. Permits have been granted to critical workers that need to commute between the two states but many farmers have not been approved for travel, meaning they can't go to their farm...


big love light walk radiates the streets of melbourne
BIG LOVE LIGHT WALK RADIATES THE STREETS OF MELBOURNE TO SYMBOLISE A LIFE-CHANGING MOVEMENT FOR CHILDREN On Thursday 10th of October 2019, Australian Childhood Foundation (ACF), Melbourne Central and GPT foundation inspire all to stride our city holding love lights, in a powerful pursuit to defend children from family trauma or abuse. Did you know that every night, 46,000 children...