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Nominations Close 31 July For Inaugural People's Choice Award. Contribute At Www.foodmediaclub.com. starstarstarstarstar   20th July 2008 - Views: 398 Nominations Close 31 July For Inaugural People's Choice Award.  Contribute At Www.foodmediaclub.com. The Lifestyle FOOD Channel challenges you to make a difference. The winner of the People’s Choice Award will be profiled on the Lifestyle FOOD Channel.

Quit Joins Call For Tobacco Tax Increase starstarstarstarstar   28th April 2008 - Views: 419 Quit Joins Call For Tobacco Tax Increase Executive Director of Quit, Ms Fiona Sharkie, said increasing the price of cigarettes is probably the single most effective intervention that can be made in tobacco control.

Paniyiri Festival To Launch Food Program Today starstarstarstarstar   28th April 2008 - Views: 438 Australia’s very own Greek Goddess and Logie Award winning actress Effie will headline the program this year. The Main Stage in Musgrave Park will host almost 20 hours of entertainment over the weekend, including a new dance element, So you think you can Zorba as well as Grape Stomping, Olive and Honeypuff Eating Competitions, Hellenic Dancing, the famous HaBibis from Melbourne and much more.

Media Alert: For Monday: Ready...steady...it's A Great Greek Cook-off To Launch Paniyiri 2008! starstarstarstarstar   27th April 2008 - Views: 362 Australia’s very own Greek Goddess and Logie Award winning actress Effie will headline the program this year. The Main Stage in Musgrave Park will host almost 20 hours of entertainment over the weekend, including a new dance element, So you think you can Zorba as well as Grape Stomping, Olive and Honeypuff Eating Competitions, Hel lenic Dancing, the famous HaBibis from Melbourne and much more.

Australia's Food Price Inflation Fuelled By Global Shortage & Rising Supply Chain Costs - Industry A starstarstarstarstar   23rd April 2008 - Views: 383 Mr Hunt said "the current bout of food inflation is distinguished by its vigorous and sustained nature and its breadth". "Food prices increased by 2.1 per cent on the previous quarter (almost double the 1.3 per cent rate of general inflation).

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