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Canberra Times
'Hard conversations' after Brisbane Lions loss provide catalyst for Essendon turnaroundleft in the contest. However, John Worsfold's men have responded well to win t
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
left in the contest. However, John Worsfold's men have responded well to win their last three games against Collingwood, St Kilda and North Melbourne to get their season back on track. Essendon's Cale Hooker will play his 150th match this... Read more
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Adelaide Now
The Power of footy bringing cultures togethertwo girls’ and two boys’ teams — will get to play at Adelaide Oval on Saturday
Adelaide Now / Posted 6 hours ago
two girls’ and two boys’ teams — will get to play at Adelaide Oval on Saturday afternoon ahead of the Power’s match against St Kilda. The program has been headed by former full back Alipate Carlile and included players such as Jimmy Toumpas,... Read more
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Herald Sun
Roo, Joey still have big part to playST KILDA veterans Leigh Montagna and Nick Riewoldt still have significant roles
Herald Sun / Posted 10 hours ago
ST KILDA veterans Leigh Montagna and Nick Riewoldt still have significant roles to play this season according to Jack Steven. Riewoldt, 35 in October, is in the midst of a form slump and coach Alan Richardson has hinted he is likely to be rested... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Roo, Joey still have big part to playST KILDA veterans Leigh Montagna and Nick Riewoldt still have significant roles
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 11 hours ago
ST KILDA veterans Leigh Montagna and Nick Riewoldt still have significant roles to play this season according to Jack Steven. Riewoldt, 35 in October, is in the midst of a form slump and coach Alan Richardson has hinted he is likely to be rested... Read more
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News.com.au
Roo, Joey still have big part to playAdam Cooney recalls the fiery opening minutes of his first final at the MCG St
News.com.au / Posted 11 hours ago
Adam Cooney recalls the fiery opening minutes of his first final at the MCG St Kilda veterans Nick Riewoldt and Leigh Montagna. Picture: Phil Hillyard ST KILDA veterans Leigh Montagna and Nick Riewoldt still have significant roles to play this... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Port Adelaide's Chad Wingard could miss a month of AFLweek-to-week before he starts running again." Wingard's stint on the sidelines
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 14 hours ago
week-to-week before he starts running again." Wingard's stint on the sidelines starts with his side's crunch game against St Kilda at Adelaide Oval on Saturday. The fifth-placed Power are among three clubs with 10 wins but a further four clubs,... Read more
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Perth Now
I must stay 'switched on': LogueFREMANTLE draftee Griffin Logue has learned from being tricked into giving up a
Perth Now / Posted 15 hours ago
FREMANTLE draftee Griffin Logue has learned from being tricked into giving up a free kick by St Kilda champion Nick Riewoldt, saying he knows he must be switched on all the time at the top level. The club’s coveted No.8 pick from last year’s AFL... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Singaporeans make $10 million in two years after selling St Kilda Road siteA low-rise apartment block on Melbourne's leafy St Kilda Road boulevard has bee
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 hours ago
A low-rise apartment block on Melbourne's leafy St Kilda Road boulevard has been snapped up by a Taiwanese developer handing Singapore-listed construction and property company Lian Beng Group a tidy $10 million profit. The sale comes as low interest... Read more
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The Age
Singaporeans make $10 million in two years after selling St Kilda Road siteA low-rise apartment block on Melbourne's leafy St Kilda Road boulevard has bee
The Age / Posted 16 hours ago
A low-rise apartment block on Melbourne's leafy St Kilda Road boulevard has been snapped up by a Taiwanese developer handing Singapore-listed construction and property company Lian Beng Group a tidy $10 million profit. The sale comes as low interest... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Adelaide Crows midfielder Scott Thompson to retire at season's endI love the game and in particular helping and mentoring the younger players and
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 hours ago
I love the game and in particular helping and mentoring the younger players and seeing them develop." SCOTT THOMPSON'S AFL CAREER DEBUT: Melbourne, 2001, round 10 (v St Kilda) HONOURS: Adelaide club champion (2011, 2012), All-Australian... Read more
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The Age
Adelaide Crows midfielder Scott Thompson to retire at season's endI love the game and in particular helping and mentoring the younger players and
The Age / Posted 16 hours ago
I love the game and in particular helping and mentoring the younger players and seeing them develop." SCOTT THOMPSON'S AFL CAREER DEBUT: Melbourne, 2001, round 10 (v St Kilda) HONOURS: Adelaide club champion (2011, 2012), All-Australian... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Swans, Hawks set for epic sequelchance to return to the AFL this week but not at the expense of Callum Sinclair
Daily Telegraph / Posted 17 hours ago
chance to return to the AFL this week but not at the expense of Callum Sinclair who was outstanding in last week’s win over St Kilda. A NOTE ABOUT RELEVANT ADVERTISING: We collect information about the content (including ads) you use across this... Read more
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The Age
'Hard conversations' after Brisbane Lions loss provide catalyst for Essendon turnaroundleft in the contest. However, John Worsfold's men have responded well to win t
The Age / Posted 17 hours ago
left in the contest. However, John Worsfold's men have responded well to win their last three games against Collingwood, St Kilda and North Melbourne to get their season back on track. Essendon's Cale Hooker will play his 150th match this... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'Hard conversations' after Brisbane Lions loss provide catalyst for Essendon turnaroundleft in the contest. However, John Worsfold's men have responded well to win t
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 hours ago
left in the contest. However, John Worsfold's men have responded well to win their last three games against Collingwood, St Kilda and North Melbourne to get their season back on track. Essendon's Cale Hooker will play his 150th match this... Read more
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The Age
St Kilda coach Alan Richardson hopeful Leigh Montagna will return this seasonSerious injury has come at the worst possible time St Kilda veteran Leigh Monta
The Age / Posted 20 hours ago
Serious injury has come at the worst possible time St Kilda veteran Leigh Montagna as he considers his future, but coach Alan Richardson is hopeful he will play again before the end of the season. The Saints have big calls to make on whether... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
St Kilda coach Alan Richardson hopeful Leigh Montagna will return this seasonSerious injury has come at the worst possible time St Kilda veteran Leigh Monta
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 20 hours ago
Serious injury has come at the worst possible time St Kilda veteran Leigh Montagna as he considers his future, but coach Alan Richardson is hopeful he will play again before the end of the season. The Saints have big calls to make on whether... Read more
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Herald Sun
‘We don’t deserve to be third’the Tigers is their only home-and-away match at the G. They are also yet to wi
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
the Tigers is their only home-and-away match at the G. They are also yet to win in Melbourne this year after losing to St Kilda and Carlton at Etihad Stadium in rounds seven and 12 respectively. “We have to find our mojo,” Cameron said. “The... Read more
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News.com.au
Swans, Hawks set for epic sequelfooty club, and we know our work is cut out for us on their home deck this week
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
footy club, and we know our work is cut out for us on their home deck this week.” Longmire said Kurt Tippett is a chance to return to the AFL this week but not at the expense of Callum Sinclair who was outstanding in last week’s win over St... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Young Swan set to take flightTHE kid who outplayed ageing St Kilda champion Nick Riewoldt has been awarded S
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
THE kid who outplayed ageing St Kilda champion Nick Riewoldt has been awarded Sydney’s first Rising Star nomination for the season. Lewis Melican, 20, polled coaches’ votes from both John Longmire and Alan Richardson as the key defender now prepares... Read more
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Herald Sun
Young Swan set to take flightTHE kid who outplayed ageing St Kilda champion Nick Riewoldt has been awarded S
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
THE kid who outplayed ageing St Kilda champion Nick Riewoldt has been awarded Sydney’s first Rising Star nomination for the season. Lewis Melican, 20, polled coaches’ votes from both John Longmire and Alan Richardson as the key defender now prepares... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Young Swan set to take flightTHE kid who outplayed ageing St Kilda champion Nick Riewoldt has been awarded S
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
THE kid who outplayed ageing St Kilda champion Nick Riewoldt has been awarded Sydney’s first Rising Star nomination for the season. Lewis Melican, 20, polled coaches’ votes from both John Longmire and Alan Richardson as the key defender now prepares... Read more
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News.com.au
Young Swan set to take flighttomorrow. Lewis Melican is making his mark after overcoming injury. Picture: G
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
tomorrow. Lewis Melican is making his mark after overcoming injury. Picture: Getty Images THE kid who outplayed ageing St Kilda champion Nick Riewoldt has been awarded Sydney’s first Rising Star nomination for the season. Lewis Melican, 20,... Read more
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Canberra Times
AFL's injury ladder: Hawthorn, GWS not alarmed by 'luckless' runCrameri (12), Jack Redpath (6), Mitch Wallis (5), Robert Murphy (5), Marcus Ada
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Crameri (12), Jack Redpath (6), Mitch Wallis (5), Robert Murphy (5), Marcus Adams (6) and Travis Cloke (5). Port Adelaide, St Kilda and Carlton are among the bottom four on both the overall injury ladder and the injury ladder for first-team... Read more
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The Age
AFL's injury ladder: Hawthorn, GWS not alarmed by 'luckless' runCrameri (12), Jack Redpath (6), Mitch Wallis (5), Robert Murphy (5), Marcus Ada
The Age / Posted yesterday
Crameri (12), Jack Redpath (6), Mitch Wallis (5), Robert Murphy (5), Marcus Adams (6) and Travis Cloke (5). Port Adelaide, St Kilda and Carlton are among the bottom four on both the overall injury ladder and the injury ladder for first-team... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
AFL's injury ladder: Hawthorn, GWS not alarmed by 'luckless' runCrameri (12), Jack Redpath (6), Mitch Wallis (5), Robert Murphy (5), Marcus Ada
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Crameri (12), Jack Redpath (6), Mitch Wallis (5), Robert Murphy (5), Marcus Adams (6) and Travis Cloke (5). Port Adelaide, St Kilda and Carlton are among the bottom four on both the overall injury ladder and the injury ladder for first-team... Read more
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The Courier
WestVic men drop off pace, women impressside.” Meanwhile, the WestVic women gained its first point for the season, pla
The Courier / Posted yesterday
side.” Meanwhile, the WestVic women gained its first point for the season, playing out a draw with third-placed Powerhouse-St Kilda. But it was so close to taking home the full points. Mindee Stone gave WestVic a 1-0 lead and it held it for much... Read more
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The Age
Chris Judd: How Roger Federer's renaissance could light the way for Saint Nick Riewoldt to play onNick Riewoldt and the St Kilda Football Club will be staring down the barrel of
The Age / Posted yesterday
Nick Riewoldt and the St Kilda Football Club will be staring down the barrel of a huge decision when they work through whether he plays on next year. It's a decision that won't be made until the end of the season, when the full toll of another year... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Chris Judd: How Roger Federer's renaissance could light the way for Saint Nick Riewoldt to play onNick Riewoldt and the St Kilda Football Club will be staring down the barrel of
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Nick Riewoldt and the St Kilda Football Club will be staring down the barrel of a huge decision when they work through whether he plays on next year. It's a decision that won't be made until the end of the season, when the full toll of another year... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Dockers coach Ross Lyon denies 'snitch' culture at the clubRoss Lyon has defended the latest sanctions. Photo: Getty Images Blakely was d
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Ross Lyon has defended the latest sanctions. Photo: Getty Images Blakely was dropped for the round-15 loss to St Kilda after going on a surf trip a day after he left the club early citing sickness. Cox and Ryan were axed for last... Read more
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The Age
Dockers coach Ross Lyon denies 'snitch' culture at the clubRoss Lyon has defended the latest sanctions. Photo: Getty Images Blakely was d
The Age / Posted yesterday
Ross Lyon has defended the latest sanctions. Photo: Getty Images Blakely was dropped for the round-15 loss to St Kilda after going on a surf trip a day after he left the club early citing sickness. Cox and Ryan were axed for last... Read more
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The Age
Frankenstein review: Question marks over Lally Katz's strange creation Theatre Works, St Kilda Mary Shelley famously started writing Frankenstein as
The Age / Posted yesterday
Theatre Works, St Kilda Mary Shelley famously started writing Frankenstein as a teenager, spurred by a challenge from Lord Byron to see who could write the best horror story. She can't have known her novel would become a touchstone of gothic... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Frankenstein review: Question marks over Lally Katz's strange creation Theatre Works, St Kilda Mary Shelley famously started writing Frankenstein as
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Theatre Works, St Kilda Mary Shelley famously started writing Frankenstein as a teenager, spurred by a challenge from Lord Byron to see who could write the best horror story. She can't have known her novel would become a touchstone of gothic... Read more
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News.com.au
Freak punter turns $150 into $110k(-20.5), Melbourne Over 15.5 points, Sydney (-27.5), Hawthorn Over 15.5 points,
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
(-20.5), Melbourne Over 15.5 points, Sydney (-27.5), Hawthorn Over 15.5 points, Richmond and Brisbane. Not bad for three pineapples. Sydney eye home final with victory over St Kilda3:46 AFL: Sydney eye home final with victory ove... Read more
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News.com.au
Lucky punter turns $150 multi into $110k(-20.5), Melbourne Over 15.5 points, Sydney (-27.5), Hawthorn Over 15.5 points,
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
(-20.5), Melbourne Over 15.5 points, Sydney (-27.5), Hawthorn Over 15.5 points, Richmond and Brisbane. Not bad for three pineapples. Sydney eye home final with victory over St Kilda3:46 AFL: Sydney eye home final with victory ove... Read more
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Perth Now
Saints set for glimpse into futureST KILDA will get an early look at life after its ageing champions this week wi
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
ST KILDA will get an early look at life after its ageing champions this week with Nick Riewoldt set to be rested as Leigh Montagna begins his comeback from a torn hamstring. But Saints coach Alan Richardson was hopeful Montagna’s career was not over... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Jack Riewoldt has 'no idea' if Tigers' form will keep Dustin Martin at Richmondremains elusive, with the midfield superstar linked to several rival clubs incl
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
remains elusive, with the midfield superstar linked to several rival clubs including North Melbourne, Essendon and St Kilda. Adelaide's Greenwood shows off his soccer skills, Waites dances around Essendon, Bob Murphy has a long boot for... Read more
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The Age
Jack Riewoldt has 'no idea' if Tigers' form will keep Dustin Martin at Richmondremains elusive, with the midfield superstar linked to several rival clubs incl
The Age / Posted yesterday
remains elusive, with the midfield superstar linked to several rival clubs including North Melbourne, Essendon and St Kilda. Adelaide's Greenwood shows off his soccer skills, Waites dances around Essendon, Bob Murphy has a long boot for... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
What do we know after Round 18 of the AFL?Tigers: 4th, 11-6,108.6 Last five: Gold Coast (Carrara), Hawthorn (MCG), Geelo
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Tigers: 4th, 11-6,108.6 Last five: Gold Coast (Carrara), Hawthorn (MCG), Geelong (Kardinia Park), Fremantle (Subiaco), St Kilda (MCG). Yes, it was an excellent win for the Tigers, and the pressure they put on the Giants was top-class, but... Read more
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Canberra Times
Four Points: Tigers produce a win for the agesonto that place will be difficult. They should win at least another three games
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
onto that place will be difficult. They should win at least another three games (Gold Coast next week away, Fremantle and St Kilda). They also have Hawthorn – a team they match up well with and have had success against when others didn't – and... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Market Wrap: Investors show sweet tooth for shopsand an open-plan working area. National engineering and consulting company Luc
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
and an open-plan working area. National engineering and consulting company Lucid Consulting will move from 200 sqm at 450 St Kilda Road to 455 sqm on level 1 at 5 Queens Road in a deal negotiated by Colliers International's Vincent Tran, Ben... Read more
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The Age
Assisted dying: Don't take away the right to choose the time of deathcan dementia not be classed as a terminal illness? It was for my mum and most o
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
can dementia not be classed as a terminal illness? It was for my mum and most others who suffer its cruelty. Bryan Fraser, St Kilda Scotland has its stone of destiny, it is the Stone of Scone. Now Australia has its own stone of destiny, the... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
‘We don’t deserve to be third’the Tigers is their only home-and-away match at the G. They are also yet to wi
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 2 days ago
the Tigers is their only home-and-away match at the G. They are also yet to win in Melbourne this year after losing to St Kilda and Carlton at Etihad Stadium in rounds seven and 12 respectively. “We have to find our mojo,” Cameron said. “The... Read more
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News.com.au
‘We don’t deserve to be third’the Tigers is their only home-and-away match at the G. They are also yet to wi
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
the Tigers is their only home-and-away match at the G. They are also yet to win in Melbourne this year after losing to St Kilda and Carlton at Etihad Stadium in rounds seven and 12 respectively. “We have to find our mojo,” Cameron said. “The... Read more
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Adelaide Now
‘We don’t deserve to be third’the Tigers is their only home-and-away match at the G. They are also yet to wi
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 days ago
the Tigers is their only home-and-away match at the G. They are also yet to win in Melbourne this year after losing to St Kilda and Carlton at Etihad Stadium in rounds seven and 12 respectively. “We have to find our mojo,” Cameron said. “The... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Four Points: Tigers produce a win for the agesonto that place will be difficult. They should win at least another three games
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
onto that place will be difficult. They should win at least another three games (Gold Coast next week away, Fremantle and St Kilda). They also have Hawthorn – a team they match up well with and have had success against when others didn't – and... Read more
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Canberra Times
Did St Kilda man invent the Volkswagen?Phillip council thinks so - in the next few months it will honour him in a plaq
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
Phillip council thinks so - in the next few months it will honour him in a plaque at Edgewater Towers, the St Kilda apartment block where automotive engineer Josef Ganz once lived. Frozen in time: Resident and building archivist... Read more
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The Age
Four Points: Tigers produce a win for the agesonto that place will be difficult. They should win at least another three games
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
onto that place will be difficult. They should win at least another three games (Gold Coast next week away, Fremantle and St Kilda). They also have Hawthorn – a team they match up well with and have had success against when others didn't – and... Read more
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Herald Sun
Saints set for glimpse into futureST KILDA will get an early look at life after its ageing champions this week wi
Herald Sun / Posted 2 days ago
ST KILDA will get an early look at life after its ageing champions this week with Nick Riewoldt set to be rested as Leigh Montagna begins his comeback from a torn hamstring. But Saints coach Alan Richardson was hopeful Montagna’s career was not over... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Nick Giannopoulos: I've finally learnt how to balance my career and relationshipsand I feel blessed to have met such a strong woman. I met my partner, Natalie
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
and I feel blessed to have met such a strong woman. I met my partner, Natalie [Neville, aka DJ Femme], at a party in St Kilda. We've been together for 18 months. She reckons I can charm the pants off anyone. She didn't have a clue who I was... Read more
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WA Today
Nick Giannopoulos: I've finally learnt how to balance my career and relationshipsand I feel blessed to have met such a strong woman. I met my partner, Natalie
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
and I feel blessed to have met such a strong woman. I met my partner, Natalie [Neville, aka DJ Femme], at a party in St Kilda. We've been together for 18 months. She reckons I can charm the pants off anyone. She didn't have a clue who I was... Read more
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