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Rob Shehadie and friends kick off the Australian Tour of “STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPO” in Adelaide

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Rob Shehadie, Joe Avati, Tahir and George Kapiniaris have kicked off the Tour in Adelaide with 4 Sold out Shows and strong reviews with THE ADVERTISER giving it 5 stars.

Here is a 9 out of 10 review: http://eventalaide.com/reviews/adelaide-fringe-review-straight-outta-compton-the-boys-are-back/

For ticket info and bookings click here: http://www.zaccariaconcerts.com.au/current-tours/soc/

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Growing to love Dyslexia

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As a child finding out I was dyslexic was scary, I thought it made me different and weird. I couldn’t read like the other kids, I was put into a special class that would help me make sense of my words. I hated being there, I just wanted to be a “normal kid”.

I used to come home after primary school and play with all my toys, create worlds and stories for them and though I loved the idea of books and the stories they held, when it came to reading them I disliked it, because I felt so alone not being able to read it “normally”, I just wanted this problem to go away.

During my teen years I refused to read, when I would read something out aloud in class and I couldn’t get out normal sentences and words I felt like an idiot, the words were just running right off the page.

But it was the strangest thing, I was really good at public speaking. I didn’t realise at the time, but I would never write my speeches down, I always came up with an idea, memorised it, gave myself bullet points (just in case) and would basically go with it on…

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TAFE Western Sydney Institute and Rob Shehadie team up again for a brand new series called “Robs Campaign”

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TAFE Western Sydney today launched the first stage of the #educatingrob Series 2 ‘Robs Campaign’ in western Sydney today.

100’s of aspiring western Sydney year 11 and 12 school students were puzzled and excited by the ‘presidential cavalcade’ comprising of a black hummer, the SUV security detail and campaign paraphernalia, along with 15 Lebanese drummers that made for a spectacular entry of ‘Candidate Rob’ to day 1 of his campaign trail.

Rob was met by 100’s of shouting fans “Rob, Rob, Rob” as he stepped up onto the stage and launched his campaign to ‘Choose TAFE Western Sydney in 2017’.

The campaign follows ‘character Rob’s’ success at TAFE Western Sydney in Series 1 of #educatingrob, where Rob studies his Automotive Apprenticeship and his Diploma of Communications. After graduating, a proud moment for his Parents and Family, Rob gains a job at the Auto-mechanics. So impressed with his life changing experience…

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Will fiction prove golden?

The latest instalment of Underbelly has turned to true-ish crime to spice up the story, writes Nick Galvin.

When it comes to tales of colourful crims and dodgy cops spiced up with plenty of sex, drugs and violence, we can’t, it seems, get enough. At least that’s what the producers of the latest series of Underbelly are counting on. (more…)