This week Sam Mac is on an amazing Japanese adventure! Starting in Tokyo, he’ll zig zag across the country to bring you the weather LIVE from the most special parts of Japan, thanks to Intrepid Travel. On Monday, Sam will join over 36 million people in one of the biggest cities in the world, Tokyo. From the weird to the wonderful, Sam will sample it all including the Robot Restaurant, Cat cafe and the buzzing district of Harajuku. Tune in to see how he goes tackling the busiest intersection in the world, the Shibuya crossing!
Medibank’s Free + Active program is their commitment to help all Australian’s feeling happier, healthier and more connected. As a program partner, parkrun organise free, weekly, 5km timed runs and walks around Australia at more than 300 locations. They are open to everyone, free, and easy to take part in. You too can join the movement, above are some of the parkrun locations where you can participate! Meet new people and start your journey to better health. To find a parkrun location near you search medibank.com.au/freeandactive.
Chart-topping songstress Ricki-Lee is taking her new show featuring songs from hit film ‘A Star Is Born’ on tour around Australia.
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The world's oldest man, Masazo Nonaka, has passed away at the age of 113 in his home in northern Japan.
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GRAMMY Award-winning singer Maren Morris has is heading Down Under!
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Entertainment Weekly have released a first look at Disney's Aladdin, revealing Will Smith's look as the Genie for the first time.
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Madiba Project is a not for profit charity, established to help empower communities and young people in Sierra Leone (West Africa) by providing donated school supplies and infrastructure from Australian schools. Founder Mikhail Kallon is passionate about educating young people and recognised the poor schooling conditions in his home country on a personal trip. Mikhail visited a number of schools and was shocked at the lack of facilitates and resources available to support learning. In regional areas, schools were found to be severely lacking in relation to books and learning materials, and in many cases the schoolhouse was just a room or open area.