MIL-OSI Australia: Chocolate high tea

Source: City of Sydney What’s On

Come and experience the Wonka-like magic to wow your senses and tastebuds

Already renowned for their high tea offerings (including vegan, gluten free and child friendly options), the hotel has launched a chocolate high tea. The chocolate high tea menu features mouth-watering sweet items such as handmade passionfruit lollipops, chocolate mud cake, chocolate mousse, caramel popping candy tarts, Oreo macarons and chocolate chip scones with cacao cream and strawberry jam. Savoury items include spinach and feta rolls and sausage rolls.
With this high tea being a sensory and tasty chocolate experience, it also is available during February, making it the perfect Valentine’s Day treat. The hotel will also be running a competition to allow one lucky winner to spoil their loved one to a chocolate high tea during the “month of giving”. Our hotel’s act of kindness will also involve giving away 3 chocolate high tea family passes to The Infants’ Home, a Sydney early childhood centre.
Bookings essential.

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Where
27 O’Connell St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
The Fax Bar on ground floor

When

Every day, 10.30am to 4.30pm
Tuesday 22 January to Tuesday 30 April 2019

From 2019-01-22T00:00:00+11:00 To 2019-04-30T00:00:00+10:00

Cost

Adult: $49.002 Adults, 2 Children under 10: $125.00
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MIL-OSI Australia: Magistic Express buffet dinner cruise

Source: City of Sydney What’s On

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Magistic Sydney Harbour Dinner Cruise – Australian Cruise Group

Good food, drinks and the company of friends, the best way to spend 2 hours at Sydney Harbour!

Unlimited buffet with seafood dishes, premium drinks and spectacular Sydney views from the decks of a million-dollar catamaran.
Perfect for an evening out in Sydney, book your seats today!

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Where
32 The Promenade King Street Wharf 5, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

When

Weekdays, 6pm to 9pm
Monday 21 January to Friday 25 January 2019
Every weeknight until Tuesday 31 December 2019.

From 2019-01-21T00:00:00+11:00 To 2019-01-25T00:00:00+11:00

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MIL-OSI Australia: The Blanc Bar

Source: City of Sydney What’s On

Sydney Opera House presents a scorching summer line-up

Champagne cocktails, captivating cabaret, fiery salsa music and seductive contemporary dance.
Summer at the Sydney Opera House is set to sizzle with a scorching line-up of boundary-pushing performances, stellar music and decadent drinks and dining.

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When

Friday 18 January 2019 from 5pm to 11pmSaturday 19 January 2019 from 5pm to 11pmSunday 20 January 2019 from 5pm to 11pmMonday 21 January 2019 from 5pm to 11pmTuesday 22 January 2019 from 5pm to 11pmWednesday 23 January 2019 from 5pm to 11pmThursday 24 January 2019 from 5pm to 11pmFriday 25 January 2019 from 5pm to 11pmSaturday 26 January 2019 from 5pm to 11pmSunday 27 January 2019 from 5pm to 11pmMonday 28 January 2019 from 5pm to 11pmTuesday 29 January 2019 from 5pm to 11pmWednesday 30 January 2019 from 5pm to 11pmThursday 31 January 2019 from 5pm to 11pmFriday 1 February 2019 from 5pm to 11pmSaturday 2 February 2019 from 5pm to 11pmSunday 3 February 2019 from 5pm to 11pmMonday 4 February 2019 from 5pm to 11pm
From 2019-01-18T00:00:00+11:00 To 2019-01-18T00:00:00+11:00

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MIL-OSI Australia: Yosi Sydney! social rock climbing night and drinks

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Yosi Sydney Social Rock Climbing Night

For Young Singles at Sydney University

We are Yosi Sydney Social Club!
Yosi helps young people to meet via sports, social & impact activities.
Wanna challenge yourself? Try our social rock climbing night.
Price includes non-alcoholic drinks, snacks and climb entry fee.
#yosi #rockclimbing #Sydney #Australia

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Where
Western Ave, Camperdown NSW 2050, Australia
University Sydney The Arena Sport Centre

When

Friday 18 January 2019 from 7pm to 9pm
From 2019-01-18T00:00:00+11:00 To 2019-01-18T00:00:00+11:00

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MIL-OSI UK: expert reaction to the EAT–Lancet Commission report on healthy diets from sustainable food systems’

Source: United Kingdom – Executive Government & Departments

Research published in the The Lancet argues that diet and food production will need to change in order to improve health and avoid damage to the planet.

Prof Alan Dangour, Professor in Food and Nutrition for Global Health at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), said:

“The analysis demonstrates that shifts in our diets can have enormous beneficial effects on health and also substantially reduce our impacts on the environment.  This significant ‘win-win’ for health and the environment is not a new finding, but this analysis, which for the first time defines environmental boundaries for the food system, is the most advanced ever conducted.

“The Commission recommends a ‘healthy diet’ for all.  Populations around the world eat strikingly different diets that have been shaped among other things by tradition, culture and wealth.  The ‘healthy diet’ would require significant shifts to existing dietary habits in most countries (including the UK), such as large reductions in meat intake and substantial increases in fruit, vegetables, nuts and legumes consumption.  There is a major question about the ability of populations to shift to such dietary recommendations and their wider public acceptability.

“Many of the important policy recommendations in the Commission cut across the portfolios of traditional government departments (such as agriculture and environment, health, trade, international development in the UK) and will be challenging to implement in many countries.

“This is an important set of analyses that highlights the critical link between human health and the health of our planet.  Urgently increasing access to healthy and sustainable diets for all people, and coordinating effective policy responses across government departments, are among the key changes required if we are to safeguard human and planetary health in the coming decades.”

Prof Guy Poppy, Professor of Ecology at the University of Southampton, said:

“The global food system is complex and is failing to be good for planetary and human health. Changing the food production system and human consumption behaviour is one of the biggest challenges for society, especially as it must be quick enough to have the right effect on the environment and public health.

“This commission is an exciting development which really takes a systems approach to the intractable challenge and clearly articulates the diets which are good for the planet and your health. Developing the business systems to deliver these recommendations and the need to ‘nudge’ human consumption behaviour so dramatically will not be easy; but this ‘call to arms’ with its clear solutions is timely, comprehensively researched and deserves immediate attention.”

Dr Howard Frumkin, Head of Wellcome’s Our Planet Our Health programme, said:

“The links among diet, health and the environment are well-documented, but, until now, the challenge of attaining healthy diets from a sustainable food system has been hampered by a lack of science-based guidelines. While this report does not have all the answers, it provides governments, producers and individuals with an evidence-based starting point to work together to transform our food systems and cultures.

“We know the risks a poor diet poses to health and, in turn, the risks unsustainable agricultural practices pose to our planet.  We now have a menu of actions that can help address these challenges.”

‘Food in the Anthropocene: the EAT–Lancet Commission on healthy diets from sustainable food systems’ was published in The Lancet at 23.30 UK time Wednesday 16th January 2019.

Declared interests

Prof Dangour: I hold competitive research funding awards to conduct research in the area of sustainable and healthy diets.  I am currently the Specialist Advisor to the (UK government) Environmental Audit Committee inquiry on Planetary Health.

Prof Poppy is also the Chief Scientific Adviser to the Food Standards Agency

Dr Frumkin: The Wellcome Trust is a founding partner of the EAT Foundation and funded this report

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