Story In the midst of World War II, a lonely boy named Angus (Alex Etel) finds a mysterious egg in a tide pool near a loch. The egg hatches. With the help of his sister Kirstie (Priyanka Xi) and the new handyman, Lewis (Ben Chaplin), Angus attempts to keep the rapidly growing water horse a secret from his mother (Emily Watson), and nosy, fortune-seeking locals.
Story Georgia Byrd (Queen Latifah) is a shy but well-liked employee in the cookware section of a Kragen Department store. She lives a quiet life, but keeps a 'book of possibilities', containing photos of great meals she has cooked but never eaten. She also fantasises about marrying her co-worker Sean Williams (LL Cool J).
Serves 4 Preparation time : 10 mins Cooking time : 10 mins 2 tablespoons sesame or peanut oil 2 eggs, lightly whisked 100 gm green prawns, peeled, deveined and chopped (optional) 1 carrot, grated 1 stick celery, finely chopped ¼ Chinese cabbage, shredded 2 cups cooked brown rice ½ cup frozen peas or corn kernels 2 tablespoons light soy sauce 2 tablespoons tomato sauce Heat a wok or large frying pan over medium-high heat.
Causes of milia Milia are tiny white lumps that sometimes come up on babies' faces soon after birth. Milia are caused by a collection of dead cells (keratin) from the top layer of skin getting trapped just below the skin's surface. Symptoms of milia Milia show up primarily on babies' noses and cheeks, but they can appear anywhere on their faces.
Story Dance Academy: The Movie is a follow-on from the 2010-13 Australian TV series Dance Academy . In the original series, lead character Tara Webster (Xenia Goodwin) was destined to become one of the great dancers of her generation until she slipped during her final performance and broke her back. It has been 18 months since her fall, and Tara and her friends from the academy - Christian (Jordan Rodrigus), Abigail (Dena Kaplan), Ben (Thomas Lacey), Kat (Alicia Banit) and Ollie (Keiynan Lonsdale) - have moved on.
About working with children checks The aim of working with children (WWC) checks is to keep children safe. People who work or volunteer in child-related work must usually complete a WWC check. This involves filling out a form with details about your past employment and criminal history (if you have one) and submitting it to the relevant authority in your state or territory.