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The Growing Gaymers Guild

The Growing Gaymers Guild

You might be surprised to learn that Perth’s fastest growing gay and lesbian social group is not Pride WA or event the nostalgic Lost Gay Perth crew, but a social group that is focussed on computer games and other proudly geekish pursuits. OUTinPerth delved into the world of the gaymers by chatting to Mikey and […]

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Want to Create the Impression You’re Popular?

Want to Create the Impression You’re Popular?

First impressions can go along way. Would you like to create the impression amongst your friends that you’re very popular? How about giving this new ringtone a try? Let us know how it works out. image: stockimage YayMicro phovoir

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Grindr Moves to Kill Spambots

Grindr Moves to Kill Spambots

Mobile chat app Grindr is looking to introduce email addresses as part of it’s registration process in a move designed to target the growing number of automated spam profiles appearing within the app. Over the last few months users of the app have begun receiving regular messages from profiles that lead them to video chat […]

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Is Grindr Just For Hook Ups?

Is Grindr Just For Hook Ups?

A new web TV series takes a deeper look into Australian gay men and our use of the phone app Grindr. ‘The Grindr Guide’, follows the lives of five different Sydneysiders as they navigate their way through issues of race, body image and ageism while using the geo-based application. OIP had a quick chat with […]

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The Best of the Best

The Best of the Best

Australia’s Best Cars awards for 2011 were announced last month, showcasing the quality examples of innovation and efficiency in the automobile industry. With 15 categories up for grabs, the best vehicles of every size and price range were recognised for excellence. This year, the Australian Automobile Association congratulated this year’s winners for class-leading consumer technologies, […]

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Mini Cooper

Mini Cooper

When my sister got a Mini Cooper, she said it revolutionised inner city living. Gone were the days of guzzling the fuel and freaking out about driving a car as a big as a steam liner down the tight city streets. Parking became a breeze too. Yes, like Madonna, she was feeling super-duper in her […]

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Driving Green

Driving Green

Most people these days like to think they care for the environment – we’re having shorter showers, turning lights off and recycling newspapers like OUTinPerth. However Australians emit the most carbon dioxide emissions per capita in the world, according to 2009 data. Motor vehicles in Perth generate over half of the air pollutants for the […]

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The Biggest Motor Show in the World

The Biggest Motor Show in the World

This month we’ll check out some of the exciting new models to premiere at the largest motor show in the world, the Frankfurt Motor Show. The biennial show attracts motoring enthusiasts from around the globe as well as the big names in the industry. In 2005, the FMS, otherwise known as the Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung, attracted […]

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Sharper Eos launches with new design

Sharper Eos launches with new design

The new Volkswagen Eos has finally arrived on Australian shores. Volkswagen’s hard top cabriolet coupé now looks part of the family. They have upped the technology, visually updated front and rear and refined with numerous new features. The new Volkswagen Eos has finally arrived on Australian shores. Volkswagen’s hard top cabriolet coupé now looks part […]

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Peugeot RCZ

Peugeot RCZ

With its supercar good looks and competitive price, the Peugeot RCZ is a real head-turner especially with its distinctive double bubble roof. But the most satisfying things about this Audi TT rival are that it’s fun to drive, comfortable and relatively cheap to run. Up front it feels spacious, and the boot is a reasonable […]

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