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Where to Buy Mesh Underwear Australia

By Alyssa Richie 1 month ago

They may not be the most glamorous articles of clothing you’ll ever own, but mesh underwear aren’t some hospital novelty all pregnant women are advised to grab/steal. Mesh underwear are incredibly popular amongst people with incontinence issues and men. Especially men, who prefer the perforated naked feel of mesh compared to going au naturel.


Turns out hospitals aren’t the only place that stock these almost naked mesh undies, and we’re going to proof it. Want to know where to buy mens mesh underwear Australia? Check these out.


Side note, all the mainstream online stores stock mesh underwear, including Amazon, eBay, and they’ll be able to deliver your package right here in Australia. But if you’re looking for alternatives to these, here are your options.


#1. DailyJocks


Although not technically an Australian company, DailyJocks has several retail stores in Sydney and Melbourne and a website that caters solely to the Australian market. They’re the go-to authority on all men’s underwear matters including swimwear, sportswear and now mesh. Check out their site and you might find a few exotic pieces didn’t never knew existed, but that will make your life a lot “fresher”.


#2. New Beginnings


Get your unrestricted air flow mesh undies from New Beginnings. They stock both reusable and one time use only mesh underwear in one size fits all, so you don’t have to worry about what you order being ill fitting. But even at that, you can return whatever you don’t like within 30 days, as long as you reside in Australia. Deliveries take an average of just 6 business days.


#3. Express My Lingerie


Mesh underwear are such a borderline life-changing necessity that even exclusively luxury lingerie stores like express my lingerie know to stock them. If you’re in South Australia, you can a store open, if you’d prefer that to ordering online.


Other noteworthy, wholly Australian stores you may find mesh underwear include Honey Birdette and Storm in a D Cup.…

How to become a building inspector- Important steps.

By Alyssa Richie 1 month ago

A building inspector is responsible for assessing the condition of the property and determining its fair value so that it can be helpful for the buyers and sellers while negotiating the right price of the property. If you are also interested in this field, then you will need to find out how to become a building inspector so that you will work for home and building inspections. Moreover, you will need to have the right amount of education; training, certification and qualifications that will help you become a building inspector in a successful manner.



The most important step for working as a building inspector is to meet age requirements that are set in this industry and for this you need to be of 18 years so that you can become certified professional. You will also need to have five years of experience in the construction or inspection industry for applying for the certification of working as a building inspector. The minimum education requirements that you will need to fulfill is the associate degree that will allow you to start working so that you can inspect buildings and get the experiences that is needed for becoming successful in this field.


As a building inspector, you will need to travel to different sites to perform indoors and outdoors inspections so that you can identify the problems areas and allow the property owners to make the necessary repairs before its sale. The number of years you have as experience, you will be able to earn a higher salary so that you will enjoy working in this successful field. You will also need to pass the certification examinations that enable you to become certified professionals and for this you need to appear for the test that is conducted for the professionals and it will enable you to make a rewarding career.


How much is Pet Insurance in Australia?

By Alyssa Richie 2 months ago

Short answer? Accidents ONLY premiums for Cats typically cost $20, while dogs cost $24 per month. But premiums have been rising thanks to more animals thuging on people’s heartstrings. It’s estimated that about 3 in 5 homes in Australia now have pets. Besides that, there are a number of factors affect how much you pay per month for your fur-iends: including policy, age and breed. So how much is iSelect pet insurance in Australia? Your response to these questions will determine how much of your purse-strings you’ll need to loosen to pay monthly premiums. If you want to be able to claim back vet expenses.

How old is your pet?

The older your pet is, the higher its insurance cost. Most insurance policies are not valid for pets above a certain age (say 9 years). If you’re able to find a policy that keeps your old pet, it’ll be next to impossible to switch to another brand.

What breed is your pet?

Surfice to say that the more exotic your pet is, the more expensive your insurance premiums will become. In fact, most insurance policies have a list of “coverable” breeds, anything outside that list will be rejected or charged more, because they expect higher health risks.

What are you willing to pay for?

Policies are usually divided into accidents only (strictly for emergency cases), accidents and illness, and accidents, illness and preventive care (which takes care of routine vaccinations, deworming and everything else the other policies cover). The last is the most comprehensive, and most expensive.

Most companies offer specialty products, which are sort of customised policies – but they typically cost more. They’re worth checking out, especially if you have an odd pet (not a dog or cat).

When calculated, pet insurance that include illnesses can reach $40 to $60 monthly, while more exotic policies would cost more. Note that dogs almost always cost more than cats. While shopping for products, remember that the devil is in the detail. Find out if there are limitations (i.e. claims stop when your pet spends a certain amount) so you aren’t misled.…

What Can a Chiropractor Help With?

By Alyssa Richie 2 months ago

Are you considering chiropractic therapy in Australia? A Werribee chiropractor is a specialist who provides alternative treatment targeted at the musculoskeletal structure of the human body. Using hand manipulation, chiropractors diagnose and treat a wide range of musculoskeletal and related issues. One of the benefits which most patients find appealing is the fact that they help cure various conditions without the need for medication or surgery. recovering from injuries and other traumatic events might find the services of a chiropractor very useful.

While most people associate chiropractors with pain alleviation these specialists do more than that. Here are some of the conditions which a chiropractor can help with.

a. Headaches and Migraines

If you suffer from constant headaches and migraines, chances are that your condition might be caused by tense muscles. An appointment with the chiropractor would help you get rid of your headaches though muscle manipulation to loosen your tense muscles.

b. Lower Back Pain

One of the cornerstones of a chiropractor’s work is relieving lower back pain. Usually associated with wrong posture and injuries, lower back pain can be debilitating. Using a technique called active release, your chiropractor can help you relieve your lower back pain with just a few therapy sessions.

c. Neck Pain Alleviation

Most people who suffer from neck and back pain usually have a problem arising from the positioning of their spine. If your vertebrae are not positioned correctly, you may experience constant pain in your neck area. A chiropractor can help you reposition your misplaced vertebrae to bring you relief.

Chiropractors have also helped patients suffering from high blood pressure, pregnancy pain and digestive issues. Chiropractic therapy has also been known to help with stress relief for those patients whose pain stems from stress, depression, and anxiety. Talking to your chiropractor regarding your pain can help him diagnose and treat it accordingly.


What is a Multi Function Printer

By Alyssa Richie 2 months ago

Multifunction printer rental at APS solutions are unique printers that are able to perform a variety of tasks that are typically only completed with multiple devices. For example, multi function printers are able to print, copy, scan and fax all in one. These types of printers are very popular in business and commercial settings as they are often needed. Businesses need to be able to copy documents for customers to scan paperwork for filing. These tasks can be competed in the same unit when utilizing a high-quality multifunction printer. Many customers wonder, “what is a multi function printer.”


Multi function printers are often more expensive that traditional standard printers. However, they are worth the investment as they are able to successful preform a variety of functions. The main goal of multi function printers is to simplify the experience of using the device. Multi function printers are common for improving and advancing work flow. Offices invest in multi function printers in order to avoid using more than one device. Multi function printers also help to save space in an office. Many times offices can become crammed with filing cabinets and computers. Multi function printers help to free up desktop space in order to avoid a crammed environment, It is also important to note that multi function printers are less likely to break down as they include each function in one unit.


Therefore a business office does not need to worry about up-keeping four different devices to ensure they can file their paperwork. Multi function printers consolidate important office functions such as printing, scanning, copying and faxing all into one unique device. This eliminates many problems in the office such as limited space and excess clutter. Multi function printers can be the perfect solution for busy offices. The most important aspect to consider when purchasing a multi function printer is proper use and knowledge on how to preform the four basic functions of the unti.…

When to visit Brisbane

By Alyssa Richie 2 months ago

Brisbane, Queensland’s capital city is ideally located between the coast and river with enjoyable and pleasant air throughout the majority of the year.


Due to its modernity and diversity, it can even compete with large cities like Sydney and Melbourne as it doesn’t lack any shopping spots, businesses or facilities.


All these factors combined make Brisbane a destination that you can visit throughout most months of the year without feeling any disappointment.


In the south-east of Queensland, you can enjoy sunny days, as well as a warm-temperate climate. Plus, its position as the central spot between two other QLD travel hotspots – the Sunshine Coast and the Gold Coast make it all the more irresistible.


But maybe you are still thinking about when to visit Brisbane to get the most out of it and which months are the best to head there for a great vacation.


Here is your answer: April And May.


Why April And May?


Alongside with scenery and tourist attractions, the weather is another important factor to be considered when traveling to any location.


During the period of April and May, Brisbane experiences its best climate, making these months quite favorable for spending time there.


Weather is usually great – it’s neither too hot nor too cold so you can fully enjoy outdoor activities.


Temperatures range from a maximum of 24C to a minimum of 14C, as well as 10 degree variance that produces conditions for warm and pleasant days and easy sleeping conditions.


Throughout these months, humidity is also considerably lower so rainfall is rare, happening approximately 6 times a month.


During these months, you can also visit nature-based destinations and experience their beauty. And thanks to the sunny and calm weather, you’ll surely enjoy visiting aquatic hotspot Moreton Island, which is a tropical island destination that can be easily reached by boat from Brisbane. And once there, you can be fascinated by the marine park rich with sea wildlife including corals, sea turtles, dolphins and a variety of other fishes.


Final Thoughts


If you decide to visit Brisbane and the only thing stopping you is uncertainty as to which months are the best for getting the most out of your travel, make those months April and May as the weather conditions are extremely pleasant, aiding you in getting the best traveling experience possible and stay at their best serviced accommodation Brisbane

David Guetta drops tracklist and two singles from upcoming album ‘7’

By Alyssa Richie 2 months ago

David Guetta has just dropped the tracklist for his forthcoming seventh album, 7. In addition to this, he has also released two brand new tracks fresh off the album, a collaboration track with Jason Derulo ‘Goodbye (feat. Nicki Minaj & Willy William)’ and ‘Drive (feat. Delilah Montagu)’ with Black Coffee.

Known as the “grandfather of EDM”, the Grammy Award winning producer has sold over nine million albums and thirty million singles worldwide. With six albums under his belt thus far and a string of hit singles such as ‘Titanium (feat. Sia) and ‘Where Them Girls At (feat. Flo Rida and Nicki Minaj)’, this next album is sure to be a smash hit.

With a producer as accomplished as David Guetta, we can always expect a bunch of huge names featuring on his tracks. A fifteen track affair, 7 boasts collaborations with artists such as Sia, Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj, Jason Derulo, Bebe Rexha, and a ton of other big names in the industry.

Guetta has already released a few tracks from 7, such as ‘2U (feat. Justin Bieber), ‘Flames (feat. Sia)’, ‘Like I Do (feat. Martin Garrix & Brooks), and ‘Don’t Leave Me Alone (feat. Anne-Marie). From what we’ve seen so far, we can expect an album that is quintessentially Guetta, and provides us with a bunch of chart-topping hits.

‘Goodbye’ with Jason Derulo, Nicki Minaj and Willy William is an incredibly catchy track that’s sure to be a chart topper. Fusing pop, latin-pop, electronica, and rap, the end result is a sound that’s a little different, yet still set for commercial success. Guetta’s other new track, ‘Drive’ with Black Coffee featuring Delilah Montagu is different to what you would usually expect from Guetta but is sure to be a treat who prefer the more EDM leaning tracks to his music rather than the pop hits.

7 is due for release September 14 via Warner Music and is currently available for pre-order here, check out the album tracklist below.


  1. Don’t Leave Me Alone (feat. Anne-Marie)
  2. Battle (feat. Faouzia)
  3. Flames (feat. Sia)
  4. Blame It On Love (feat. Madison Beer)
  5. Say My Name (feat. Bebe Rexha & J. Balvin)
  6. Goodbye (feat. Jason Derulo, Nicki Minaj, & Willy William)
  7. I’m That Bitch (feat. Saweetie)
  8. Like I Do (feat. Martin Garrix & Brooks)
  9. 2U (feat. Justin Bieber)
  10. She Knows How To Love Me (feat. Jess Glynne & Stefflon Don)
  11. Motto (feat. Steve Aoki, Lil Uzi Vert, G-Eazy & Mally Mall)
  12. Drive (feat. Black Coffee & Delilah Montagu)
  13. Para que te quedes (feat. J. Balvin)
  14. Let It Be Me (feat. Ava Max)
  15. Light Headed (feat. Sia)

Review: Queens of the Stone Age at Riverstage Brisbane, 28 August 2018

By Alyssa Richie 2 months ago

There was rock, there was roll and there were raucous riffs as Queens of the Stone Age tore Brisbane’s Riverstage apart.

Before Queens took to the stage, the night was kicked off by a performer whose name also contained the word “stone” and a form of monarch: veteran bluesman C. W. Stoneking.

The spritely Stoneking unfortunately fell victim to a broken string during his first song, on seemingly his only guitar. Despite this, he soldiered on, to the approval of the growing crowd.

After Stone King departed, a buzz of anticipation turned into an eruption as the floodlights dimmed, and strains of Gene Kelly’s ‘Singing in the Rain’ echoed through the amphitheatre.

Queens of the Stone Age triumphantly emerged and without missing a beat, launched straight into the swamp-stomp of ‘If I Had A Tail’, and thus began one of the greatest rock ‘n’ roll onslaughts the riverside venue had ever seen.

Back-to-back cuts ‘Feet Don’t Fail Me’ and ‘The Way You Used To Do’, taken from the band’s new album Villains, got the crowd and band moving with front man Josh Homme cutting the figure of a ginger Elvis.

Bassist Michael Shuman threatened to steal the show from his fearless leader, violently throwing himself around the stage when not providing pitch-perfect backing vocals.

The first big singalong of the night arrived in the form of breakthrough single ‘No One Knows’ from the bands seminal ‘Songs For The Deaf’ LP. Midway through the track, the rest of the band retreated into the background, allowing drummer John Theodore to unleash a particularly enthusiastic drum solo. Homme watched on with glee, leaning against his amplifier stack, idly puffing on his second cigarette of the night.

As the crowd grew more and more enthusiastic with every song, the five members of Queens were clearly having a ball.

After almost every song, the always-chipper Homme declared how wonderful the audience looked, and how good it was to be back at their “home away from home”.

After the ferocious ‘My God Is The Sun’, Homme gave an impassioned speech about how sometimes life can be hard, but assured the crowd that the rest of the night was going to “smooth sailing” before launching into the single of the same name from 2013’s acclaimed Like Clockwork.

The biggest singalong of the night was saved for the slow grooving desert rocker “Make It Wit Chu”, with Homme and guitarist Troy Van Leeuwen showcasing their immaculate guitar chops with a pair of extended solos.

Homme reserved his biggest guitar hero moment however for the outro of sultry ballad ‘Villains of Circumstance’ soaking the outdoor venue in a wall of Hendrix-esque feedback.

The main set was closed with fan-favourite ‘Go With The Flow’, Homme and co raising a glass to the adoring crowd before leaving the stage.

Re-emerging for a two-song encore, Homme gave the screaming crowd a choice between ‘Sick, Sick, Sick’ or ‘You Think I Ain’t Worth A Dollar But I Feel Like A Millionaire’. The crowd bayed for the latter and the band gladly obliged, resulting in the biggest mosh pit of the night.

Before the commencement of expected set closer ‘A Song For The Dead’, the band took one final moment to soak up the adoring crowd’s adulation, with Homme clearly out of superlatives to describe the boisterous audience.

After Queens had left the stage for the final time and the floodlights came back on, it would not have been surprising if members of the crowd had bent down to pick up their faces, because Queens of the Stone Age had done everything in their power to melt them off.…

Xavier Rudd at The Forum, Melbourne, 24 August 2018

By Alyssa Richie 2 months ago

The prodigious talents of Xavier Rudd – Australia’s favourite one-man band – were on full display at a sold-out Forum Theatre on Friday night. Coming to the end of the Australian leg of his Storm Boy tour, Rudd brought an energy that permeated everything, from the band on stage to the admittedly spaced-out woman waxing lyrical about love as we exited. Apparently we all just need to allow ourselves to be loved – who could’ve known?

The set kicked off with ‘Honeymoon Bay’ off Storm Boy, Rudd’s ninth album, which set the tone for the evening ­– high energy and strong messages. This was followed by ‘Rusty Hammer’ off 2015’s Nanna, and ‘Come Let Go’, a certified crowd favourite. By this stage Rudd had the crowd dancing and swaying in time and the vibe felt more festival than anything, like you were kicking back in the sunshine instead of standing shoulder-to-shoulder in a darkened theatre.

Aided by his trusty didgeridoo, Rudd rolled through a slew of songs both old and new, including ‘Feet on the Ground’, ‘Come People’, ‘Walk Away’ and ‘Storm Boy’, a definite highlight. It’s hard to believe that it’s been six years since the release of Spirit Bird, Rudd’s seventh album, but any fears that Rudd would forget his earlier material were completely ungrounded. Songs like ‘Spirit Bird’ and the stunning ‘Follow the Sun’, with which he closed, were greatly appreciated by long-time fans, evidenced by shouts for more as he left the stage.

He returned, unsurprisingly, to wow the crowd with a rendition of ‘Lioness Eye’, before making everybody’s evening with the familiar harmonica notes introducing ‘Let Me Be’. Satisfied, the crowd did exactly that as they filed out the doors with smiles on their faces and Rudd’s infectious hope in their hearts.…

Pagan talk recording process and the Evil Eye

By Alyssa Richie 2 months ago

Melbourne’s Pagan are forging plans of world domination. Having just dropped their downtuned debut record, Black Wash, they’re beginning to draw attention from the metal community at home and abroad, and have a national tour lined up for August.

We sat with bassist Dan Bonnici to discuss the hype and the album’s beginnings. After listening to Black Wash, you’d be forgiven for thinking that this was the album Pagan had spent their entire career working towards, with a refined, consistent sound and theme throughout the album. But surprisingly, as Bonnici explains, it was nowhere near as planned as it sounds.

“About 12 months ago we had no plans to do anything, but a lot of our peers were really pushing us to do it. It was really nice to know that people outside of the band believed in it enough.

“The original idea of Pagan was that we were going to release 13 songs as singles and then just break up, but then a record label got in touch and we thought ‘We should probably do this instead’…”

It’s a good thing Pagan’s friends pushed them to continue, because the result is fantastic. Black Wash sounds fierce, commanding your attention at every turn. It flows between melodic metal and incredibly intense, hardcore moments, but all feels consistent and considered.

High Tension’s Mike Delandes was summoned as the producer, and it sounds like he was the only real choice for the band.

“When we thought about who to record with, we immediately thought of Mike. He worked at the rehearsal studio we played at, and we formed a friendship through that.

“From the first time recording with him we felt like he was part of the family. We’ve formed a friendship with him that’s transcended past just being a producer/engineer.”

And what tricks did he use to get Pagan to sound like Pagan?

“He’s a very ‘Play the song, get the take and go, go, go’ sort of guy. And that’s how we like it. He’s not a guy who spends time getting four to five takes to get the perfect one, he’s a guy who will say ‘That performance was sick, let’s use that’.

“There are four people in Pagan, but five people are definitely on that record”

For a first album, Pagan deliver a very sophisticated arrangement of songs, which all connect to an underlying theme that threads through the whole album.

“There’s definitely a theme on the album, through NIkki’s lyrics, about escaping a toxic relationship. We linked that to the metaphor of when people get involved with religion or cults and find it very hard to escape. Sort of a ‘Church of the Black Wash’ concept.

“Musically, we wanted to write an album. We didn’t go ‘These are our best 11 songs, let’s just record them’.”

This approach to making the album pays off in droves, and is best captured by the opening and closing tracks, ‘Il Malocchio Si Apre’ and ‘Il Malocchio Si Chiude’, Italian for ‘The Evil Eye Opens’ and ‘The Evil Eye Closes’, respectively.

“In Italian folklore, the idea of the ‘the evil eye’ is a curse that’s brought about when you’re jealous of someone. If you’re feeling jealous towards someone, you can ultimately curse them.

“The last song, Il Malocchio Si Chiude, is made of parts from other songs. It’s a big summary to the whole record. We wanted to bring them back to life for one last time, almost as a send-off.”

Despite such quick success, and a relentless touring schedule, Pagan are showing no signs of slowing down, and are planning to get to Europe in the near future.

“It’s looking pretty promising that we get to tour Europe later this year, so hopefully that works out. The album will be out on Hassle records in UK and Europe, so it will be good to push with that. Maybe we might start working on some new stuff. But for now just predominantly touring.”…