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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : July 16th 2009
32 INNER WEST COURIER, Thursday, July 16, 2009 MB We are giving you a chance to be part of the DMAG family and win. There are 10 packs, including one year's subscription to DMAG; Guinness Book of World Records 2009 with special 3D glasses; Pokemon Card game; Top Trumps; and Andy Griffiths Mascot Madness Book -- all valued at $139.83 each -- to give away. For a chance to win, go to our website and click on the competition link. Alternatively, on the back of an envelope, put your name, address, the name of this paper, and in 25 words give us your thoughts on daydreaming. Send it to DMAG, GPO Box 6062, Parramatta Business Centre 2150. Entries close July 21. Winners will be notified by mail. Any personal information you provide will be used for this competition alone, will not be provided to any third party and will be destroyed following this competition. Full terms and conditions are available online. Is daydreaming a waste of time or a good way to solve a niggling problem? Kids magazine DMAG has the answer in this month's issue, along with many other weird and wacky facts. In issue 89, DMAG follows the adventures of its readers Josh and Zac and their parents as they take an eight-month trip across Australia. Four months of their adventure so far are laid out in DMAG's eight-page project pull-out. Not only will kids enjoy this, but they will also learn about their amazing environment, flora and fauna, discover how high and windy the peak of Mount Kosciusko is, how incredible the cuttlefish in the Spencer Gulf are, the perfect place to look at the stars at night and many other wonders. In its latest edition, kids will also learn some amazing facts about creatures lost during the Ice Ages -- including the amazing woolly mammoths, sabre-toothed tigers and dinosaurs! DMAG features educational content which provides a fun way for kids to learn, with features like Weird Science, Bush Telegraph and answers to readers questions. Kids will also score FREE posters of Ice Age 3 and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles as well as an icky barrel of yellow SLIME! So why is daydreaming a good way to solve a problem? Find out in DMAG, available in all newsagencies and supermarkets. astly cast ry-Kate Olsen Alex Pettyfer, ured right, join Vanessa dgens in the teen mance film, Beast. Going gaga Tennis star Andy Murray listens to Lady GaGa to help him prepare for matches. He previously listened to Shakira. Golden future The Hilltop Hoods' album State of the Art debuted at No.1 on the ARIA chart. The album went gold in its first week of sales. Word's out Emma Watson has enrolled at Columbia University, New York, under a fake name. The Harry Potter star will reportedly study English literature. Acting out Kate Winslet visited her old acting school to speak to students. She watched rehearsals and took part in a workshop. No show Limp Bizkit has cancelled its US comeback show after a disagreement with organisers. The show would have been the first in eight years to feature guitarist Wes Borland. Limp Bizkit will complete a new album before the end of the year. www.innerwestcourier.com.au
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