Home' D Fine Redland Lifestyle Magazine : May 2010 dfine Contents 28 d'fine magazine May 18, 2010
Mid May - Mid June
Your aims are set high and Leo is
actively engaged in achieving goals
and enjoying life. You won't appreciate
the disruptions to these activities from
sudden events that could leave you
feeling restless and disorganised. It is
best to have a plan, allowing room in
your schedules for some disruption.
Money does seem to be secure and
steady, reflecting quality of source.
However, financial and partnership
matters are likely to unsettle you
during the coming month as
situations involving a business
matter or personal relationship
impact on your financial position.
Don't be too busy in your public life
to recognise the signs.
Libra tends to be rather pleased by
the unexpected and diverse nature
of work opportunities during the
coming month. However, domestic
circumstances and already heavy
responsibilities may make it difficult
for you to adjust quickly enough to
take advantage of these situations.
Mid May and mid June activate
Tension and anxiety seem to be
affecting your state of mind during the
coming month, perhaps emanating
from the domestic situation or a child.
You need to be careful that these don't
spill over into the work sphere. Best
insights into daily matters are attained
around May 20 and June 15.
The month ahead is filled with
impulsive actions and reversals,
with mid-May and mid-June
activating such tendencies. It is best
to err on the side of caution as
something promising is not all that it
seems to be. Retreat and think
about options carefully, especially
where goals, responsibilities and
work are concerned.
The financial area of your chart is
strongly highlighted during the
coming month, making it a time
when the interests of bringing
home the money receive lots of
attention. Some instability in the
work or health area of your
horoscope may be boosting this
interest: situations need to be
handled with care.
Exciting opportunities in relation to
your career or life path are likely to
manifest during the coming month,
especially around May 20, 21,
June 10, 15. However, there does
seem to be a snag associated with
financial costs, children, romance
or some other personal limitations.
Situations are not straight forward.
The renewal of goals and fresh work
opportunities await Cancerians this
month, but you will need to allow
room to manoeuvre. Unexpected
situations crop up and influence
your daily life, particularly as you
participate in the rituals of earning a
living, and whilst travelling to and
from the work place.
The month ahead is all about
clearing the deadwood from your
life and setting yourself up for a new
burst of personal energy in the near
future. Your goals are clearly
defined but domestics seem to be
somewhat unstable. Take time to
manage the latter carefully as it
could throw plans into chaos.
Capricorn's position and status are
fairly important at the best of times, but
especially as this month as the
potential exists for it to be undermined
via an ethical or financial matter.
Changes to domestic situations could
result if not managed carefully. Around
May 20 and June 15 best control is
The face of domestics is in for an
overhaul this month, accompanied
by a renewal of your aspirations.
Towards this end you'll be busy, as
optimism powers you through all
situations. You do need to be
realistic though and may doubt
some advice given to you. Double
check finances too.
The month from mid-May tends to
be rather tense as you feel rather
vulnerable to all the action taking
place around you. Impulse will get
the better of you at times, although
it is really best to keep things steady.
However, limiting circumstances
may foster rebellion. Maintain an
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Iam very happy writing this today as I have just
been informed that once again Victoria Point
Cineplex has been nominated for the Redland
Retail Awards. It is a great honour to be
nominated again as this is voted by our
customers, so we must be doing something right.
We have just installed two self-serve kiosks
to collect online bookings. This allows our
customers to collect their tickets when they
wish, without having to queue up at the
podium.The two kiosks are located in the foyer
near the ATMs.
When you arrive with your booking receipt all
you need to do is press 'collect booking' on
the kiosk screen and then scan the barcode on
the receipt.Your tickets will then be issued. If you
do not have a printed receipt, but have written
down your receipt number, there is an option to
collect your tickets by typing the number into
You can also collect your tickets at the Candy
Bar while purchasing snacks. If the cinema is not
ready you can either wait and line up to be the
first in, or go for a walk. Keep in mind that online
ticketing does not give you a set seat or priority
over other customers. It is still first in best seats. If
you arrive late you may have a poor choice of
seats or find that there are no seats together.
We had a successful Mother's Day. We were
fortunate to be able to have a special offer that
day where mothers were admitted to certain
movies for free with a paying adult. It is great to
be able to do these types of community events as
a way to say thank you to our customers.
Another community event we recently had
was two free screenings of Letters To Juliet to
celebrate our third birthday. I actually sat with
the audience for the evening session and
thoroughly enjoyed the film. I can recommend
this to most people, although it is a "chick flick"
For those who do not know, the film it stars
Vanessa Redgrave,Franco Nero,Amanda Seyfried
(from Mamma Mia) and Australia's own Chris
Egan. It tells of a young American girl (Seyfield)
who goes to Verona and visits Juliet's wall where
people write letters to Juliet (as in Romeo
and Juliet) and the friends of Juliet reply with their
The American discovers a letter hidden behind
a stone that is 50 years old. She replies and the
author (Redgrave)then travels to Italy with her
Grandson (Egan) to find her lost love. They meet
up with the American and she joins them on their
search for the lost love. This results in some
I hope to see you soon at the movies!
Last month's winners:
Alicia Williams, Wellington Point, Paul Allen,
Cleveland, Stephanie McCallum, Victoria Point,
Betty Vinnicombe, Cleveland, Isabella Sherrie,
d'fine and Cineplex have five double movie
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Message: Your name and address
Entries close at noon on May 31 and tickets will
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