The MINT News Review #9

This week the Minties are celebrating the kick off of the Formula 1 Rolex Grand Prix 2019 and protesting against Climate Change!

St Hugo x Art Series Hotels F1 Grand Prix Event

St Hugo & Art Series Hotels celebrated the kick off of the Grand Prix last Thursday. The evening included an exclusive wine tasting experience with St Hugo’s Chief Winemaker Peter Munro, as well as a live art showcase painting with a Coonawarra Cabernet…

For those who missed out, a limited time wine and dish pairing will be available at Rockpool Melbourne until March 24. A rare chance to be able to try St Hugo’s pinnacle fine wine, the Vetus Purum, by the glass, to accompany Rockpool Head Chef Budicin’s Cape Grim 36 Month Dry Aged Rib Eye on the Bone, priced at $115.





LUSH Celebrates 30 Years

Lush have been making bath bombs since 1989, making this year their 30th anniversary. And instead of celebrating with a simple anniversary bomb, they’ve created 54 new bath bombs.

According to the brand, the drop will feature “some brand-new formulas and others resurrected from deep within the Lush archives, with an innovative new look.”


Dirty Dancing at the Domain

Australia’s first ever Immersive Cinema experience is heading to the Royal Botanic Gardens – and the first film to hit the stage is the 1987 classic Dirty Dancing.



Students Strike in The Name of Change

Students around the world have been holding protests over climate change in recent months, and they’re happening again in Australia this week. Australian students are once again planning to walk out of schools to protest climate change inaction. After thousands went on strike in December, even more are planning to join the 15 March event, inspired by a Swedish teenager, Greta Thunberg,


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