"On the Prowl" is a song written by Jimmy Manzie and recorded by Australian band Ol' The song was released in May as the lead single from the. DATE: November 26, Review by SHIRLEY BROUN. FROM the very moment Ol' 55 first leaped onto centre stage, the audience did not disappoint delivering all their classic greats including "On the Prowl", . YouTube. 'Time To Rock'n'Roll: The Anthology' highlights Ol'55's extraordinary run of hit singles that began with 'On The Prowl' and 'Looking For An.
St Leonards has a centre that complements the role of Chatswood, Lane Cove. The suburbs tallest building is the Forum Tower, with apartments including many with views of the city skyline. Forum West is the second of the two buildings within the Forum Plaza, standing 25 stories tall with apartments.
The Pacific Highway is the road through the suburb. Leonards, featuring the Cabana Bar and Lounge. Gore Hill Oval is the ground of Australian Rules football club. Unregistered users can watch videos on the site, while registered users are permitted to upload an unlimited number of videos. Videos deemed potentially offensive are available only to registered users affirming themselves to be at least 18 years old, YouTube earns advertising revenue from Google AdSense, a program which targets ads according to site content and audience.
Karim could not easily find video clips of either event online, Hurley and Chen said that the original idea for YouTube was a video version of an online dating service, and had been influenced by the website Hot or Not. The domain name www. The video was uploaded on April 23, and can still be viewed on the site, YouTube offered the public a beta test of the site in May The first video to reach one million views was a Nike advertisement featuring Ronaldinho in November The site has million unique users a month and it is estimated that in YouTube consumed as much bandwidth as the entire Internet in The choice of the name www.
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This increased to three billion in Mayand four billion in Januaryin Februaryone billion hours of YouTube was watched every day 7. National Library of Australia — In —, the National Library collection comprised 6, items, and an additional 15, metres of manuscript material.
Ina Commonwealth Parliamentary Library was established to serve the newly formed Federal Parliament of Australia, from its inception the Commonwealth Parliamentary Library was driven to development of a truly national collection.
The present library building was opened inthe building was designed by the architectural firm of Bunning and Madden. The foyer is decorated in marble, with windows by Leonard French.
In — the Library collection comprised 6, items, the Librarys collections of Australiana have developed into the nations single most important resource of materials recording the Australian cultural heritage.
Australian writers, editors and illustrators are actively sought and well represented—whether published in Australia or overseas, approximately The Library has digitized overitems from its collection and, the Library is a world leader in digital preservation techniques, and maintains an Internet-accessible archive of selected Australian websites called the Pandora Archive.
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The National Library holds a collection of pictures and manuscripts. The manuscript collection contains about 26 million separate items, covering in excess of 10, meters of shelf space, the collection relates predominantly to Australia, but there are also important holdings relating to Papua New Guinea, New Zealand and the Pacific.
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They are generally considered to be the Australian counterpart of the Academy Awards, the awards, previously called Australian Film Institute Awards or AFI Awards, began in and involved 30 nominations across six categories. As ofthe Australian awards take place at the Sydney Opera House in Sydney and they were instituted inas a way to improve the impoverished state of Australian cinema, and was part of the Melbourne International Film Festival until Between —, submitted films were presented with a gold, silver or bronze prize, and in some circumstances, a Grand Prix award, which was the highest honour a film could receive.
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In feature film categories became competitive, while non-feature films continued to be awarded the gold, silver and bronze prizes untilin the awards were broadcast live on television for the first time on the Nine Network at the Hilton Hotel in Melbourne.
In television categories were introduced, presenting awards for mini-series and telefeatures before expanding to dramas, in Junethe AFI announced an industry consultation for an Australian Academy.
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Blue Heelers — Blue Heelers is an Australian police drama series that ran for 12 years, from toand depicts the lives of police officers in Mount Thomas, a fictional small town in Victoria.
It was produced by Southern Star for the Seven Network, during its season run it won a total of 32 awards and was nominated for a further This included 25 Logie Awards, five of which were the Gold Logie, as well as everyday policing matters, the series deals with many controversial and touchy subjects.
The series was the first to examine the world of young police officers who are thrown into the deep end where they are left to sink or swim. Police procedurals were enormously popular in Australia in the s and s, Blue Heelers, however, was Australias most popular television drama while it lasted. The series drew more than 2. It was also nearly the longest-running series, but Homicide lasted one month longer and.
John Wood and Julie Nihill remained with Blue Heelers during its entire year run, portraying Senior Sergeant Tom Croydon, the series primarily focuses on the daily lives of Victorian police officers working at a police station in the fictional small town of Mount Thomas.
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Each episode is presented from the perspective of the officers and this was a specific technique that creator Hal McElroy chose to employ. The police officers, commonly referred to as Heelers, are always active sorting out the many problems. These problems range from trivial complaints such as land and fencing disputes to more serious offences, such as homicides, the small town is also faced with many other significant occurrences including bank robberies, escaped criminals, police shootings, kidnappings and the acts of deluded criminals.
Of these, one of the significant events is the bombing of the police station during the shows eleventh season. Whenever overwhelmed, the Heelers call on the assistance of the police in the town of St Davids. An antagonist in the series, Falcon-Price often tries to terminate the employment of the Mount Thomas sergeant or to close the entire station, each episode featured a range of guest cast members, and over the run of the series hundreds of actors featured in these roles It has five access roads from the Tathra-Bermagui main road, Bournda National Park starts at Kianinny Bay, at the southern end of Tathra, and runs south for about 13 km.
There is a track near the coast, along most of its length.
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The Bega River flows into the sea at the end of Tathra Beach. Tathra is said to mean beautiful country or place of wild cats in a local Aboriginal dialect, the Tathra area was first settled by Europeans in the s and s, although it was outside the limits of legal settlement, the Nineteen Counties.
A small jetty was built at Tathra in the early 19th century, ina larger wharf was built from funds donated by farmers and the Illawarra Steam Navigation Company. The wharf, built on turpentine supports set into solid rock, was restored by the National Trust, Department of Planning and it is the only remaining coastal steamer wharf in NSW. In two children fell from the wharf and their father jumped in to attempt their rescue, but all three drowned.
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History[ edit ] Fanis, was a part-time covers band formed in in SutherlandSydney with Patrick "Meatballs" Drummond on lead guitar and vocals, Rockpile Jones on rhythm guitar and vocals, Jimmy Manzie on keyboards then bass guitar, Paul McCann bass guitar, and Geoff Plummer on drums. Baker and invited Baker to hear the band. InBaker took on their managementhe introduced former chartered accountant, Peter Brian—who performed as Frankie J.
Holden —on lead vocals.
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Both Holden and Wilde furthered their musical careers and also took roles in television entertainment. Continuing as a five piece with Drummond, Jones and Manzie sharing lead vocals, they released " Feels Like a Summer's Night " which featured a more contemporary power pop sound and peaked in the Top 50 after its release in March It was followed by "Anywhere the Girls Are" in December.
Their fourth studio album, The Vaultwas released in December The band folded in late and made a short revival in The band dressed in authentic s rocker gear and mixed vintage material with originals—mostly written by bass guitarist, Manzie. One of the features of the band was that most members were talented at singing and at concerts the lead vocals were shared, between mainly Holden and Jones, although Jones sang the majority of the songs in — Jones with a falsetto and broad range was one of the under-rated vocalists in Australian rock music history.