How dating scams target older people – Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney Morning HeraldHow dating scams target older peopleSydney Morning HeraldThe rise of social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter give scammers ample opportunity to source victims, but online dating sites provide the most fertile ground. In Australia, dating sites aren't regulated. But there is a voluntary code of …and more »
Entries Now Open for the 2015 BMX Australia National Series (Fat BMX Magazine)
Entries are now open for the 2015 BMX Australia National Series to be held over nine absorbing rounds on some of the best tracks in the country, and promises to be the best series to date.** Entries are now open for rounds one to eight, with intended participants encouraged to spread the word and ensure entry is secured before it's too late by visiting the BMX Australia website on bmxaustralia.com.au or by registering through My BMX. The format for the 2015 National Series has increased, and will now see competition take place across nine rounds, with racing to be held in south-east Queensland, Victoria, Western Australia and Queensland's far north coast before finally concluding at the National Championships in Brisbane.
The series starts with rounds one and two to be held at Nerang BMX Club on the Gold Coast from January 2 – 3, before the series moves south to the host site of the 2014 National Championships in Shepparton, Victoria for rounds 3 and 4 to be held over the weekend of February 7 – 8.