Rob Mills
Australian singer
Rob Mills
Rob Mills is an Australian singer best known as one of the finalists from Australian Idol Season 1. He was a co-host on the late-night quiz show The Mint as well as a regular singer on the game show The Singing Bee both on the Nine Network. Until August 2009 Mills starred as Fiyero in the Melbourne production of the musical Wicked and continued the role when it moved to Sydney on 5 September 2009. Mills is the host of Network Ten's revamped Young Talent Time.
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Teck Resources keen to regain investment-grade credit rating - CFO
Yahoo News - 5 months
Canadian miner Teck Resources Ltd wants to regain its investment-grade credit rating but expects it will need to reduce its debt by some $1.5 billion to $2 billion to achieve that goal, Chief Financial Officer Ron Millos said on Tuesday.Moody's Investors Service downgraded Teck, the world's second-biggest exporter of metallurgical coal, to junk last September, blaming weak commodity prices and the company's heavy capital spending.Credit downgrades typically drive up the cost of borrowing for companies, as some big investors will only buy investment-grade bonds. Reducing Teck's debt by this margin will take "some time and improvement in commodity prices and proceeds from asset sales," Millos said at the Mines and Money conference in Toronto. Teck is working on putting some infrastructure assets, including the Waneta Dam and Ridley coal terminal in British Columbia, "into a position that if we get a price that makes sense for us we, would act on it," Millos said.
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Campbell Runs in Second Annual 408K in San Jose
Campbell Patch - almost 4 years
  In its second year, San Jose's The 408K, Race to the Row attracted thousands of runners from all over the South Bay, including Campbell. In the men's races, Campbell Councilman Mike Kotowski, 71, placed third in his age group, with a time of 49:27:81. He came in just behind Cupertino resident Wendell Stephens, 74, who had a time of 45:56:53. In the women's races, Campbell resident Georgia Riley, 68, placed first in her age group, with a time of 49:34:44. The race, which began in front of the HP Pavillion in San Jose and ended at Santana Row benefits the Pat Tillman Foundation. Even Campbell businesses came out to show some love to the participants. The Cruiser Shop in The Courtyard downtown lead the runners off, in front of the Arena. Other Campbell residents that ran include: WOMEN Megan Mullaly, 35, with a time of 41:56:77 Ana Moctezuma, 39, with a time of43:08:34 Erin Stenger, 35, with a time of 45:23:00 Somya Chauhan, 39, with a time of 45:35:63 ...
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Robocalls don't affect boundary process: judge - CTV News
Google News - about 4 years
CTV News Robocalls don't affect boundary process: judge CTV News The head of a commission that proposed changes to riding boundaries in Saskatchewan says robocalls don't make a difference in the process. Justice Ron Mills says the automated calls are absolutely irrelevant. Mills says the commission will only reconsider ... Tories fight riding changes that would aid NDP Prairie revival Add to ...Globe and Mail PM cites 'overwhelming opposition' to Saskatchewan riding changesCBC.ca Saskatchewan ridings robocall 'followed the rules,' prime minister saysOttawa Citizen Montreal Gazette -The Province -StarPhoenix all 30 news articles »
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SWACO closer to trash-to-cash deals for Franklin County landfill
The Business Journals - over 4 years
The Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio is ready to enter work agreements with up to six private contractors that propose removing reusable materials from the waste dumped at the Franklin County landfill. Authority board members gave Executive Director Ron Mills the go-ahead this week to negotiate the contracts, provided that no agency money is put at risk and other provisions are met. The agency has not identified the six companies making the final cut. The contract could be with one or all…
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YTT Host Rob Mills Learns A Lot As TV Host Even If Show Struggles
International Business Times - almost 5 years
<a class="fplink fp-234065" href="/Rob+Mills+1">Rob Mills</a> shares humbly that he knows for himself that he has to learn a lot more on being the host of the revamped show, ‘Young Talent Time.’
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Rob Guest Endowment 2011: Finalists Announced - Aussie Theatre (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Also performing at the concert will be cast member from Strange Bedfellows, Love Never Dies and Rock of Ages alongside some of Australia&#39;s biggest music theatre stars including Lucy Durack, David Harris, Rob Mills, Esther Hannaford and Amanda Harrison
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New hope for the future - Sydney Morning Herald
Google News - over 5 years
New Young Talent Time host Rob Mills and former host Johnny Young debate who will sing All My Loving at Ten&#39;s 2012 launch. Photo: Channel Ten Ten can&#39;t wait for the arrival of 2012, writes Andrew Murfett. IT HAS, to put it mildly, been a difficult year
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Young Talent Time auditions announced - Herald Sun
Google News - over 5 years
Rob Mills and Johnny Young will scour the country for the revamped 70s hit, Young Talent Time, on Channel Ten. Picture: Richard Dobson Source: The Sunday Telegraph CHILDREN and teenagers looking to become the next Tina Arena or Dannii Minogue can now
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'Idol' Judge, Rob Mills to Host 'Young Talent Time' on Ten - International Business Times AU
Google News - over 5 years
And it looks like Rob Mills has got himself a new job. Mills hosted “Australian Idol” in 2003 and the hot Australian hunk is set to come back in the tube as “Young Talent Time” hits the waves next year. Mills is filling quite a big shoes as the
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Her Majesty's Theatre Hosts Rob Guest Endowment Concert - Broadway World
Google News - over 5 years
Hosted by Bert Newton, it will again see Australia&#39;s finest musical theatre performers take to the stage with performances from Lucy Durack, David Harris, Rob Mills, Esther Hannaford, Amanda Harrison, cast members from Love Never Dies,
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Rob Mills to Host new Young Talent Time series - Aussie Theatre (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
It has been confirmed that Australian idol finalist, Australian heart throb and music theatre star Rob Mills will be the host of Channel 10&#39;s revival of the Young Talent Time series. Young Talent Time ran on Channel 10 from 1971 until 1988,
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A Quick Chat With Rob Mills - Aussie Theatre (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
We catch up with Rob Mills - Australia&#39;s original Fiyero in Wicked - to ask him AussieTheatre.com&#39;s 20 Questions. 1. As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up? I really wanted to play football (Aussie Rules), but I was always performing and
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Community Calendar 8-10-11 - New Baltimore Voice Newspapers
Google News - over 5 years
Bring a lawn chair to the pavilion for Gospel singing with the Rob Mills Family during the 6 pm concert Aug. 14 at Columbus Bible Church, 1770 Palms Road. 586-727-2070. Crossroads Community Church is offering a ride to 7 pm Thursday and 9 or 11 am
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Written by Erin James - Aussie Theatre (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Originally starring Amanda Harrison as Elphaba, Lucy Durack as Glinda, with Rob Guest, Penny McNamee, Rob Mills, Anthony Callea, Rodney Dobson and Maggie Kirkpatrick as supporting principles, the show has had several cast changes over the 3 years it
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Cullen to host Wordstock Off the Page gala - Collingwood Enterprise Bulletin
Google News - over 5 years
The lineup for Off the Page will also include performances from the Toronto Poetry Slam team, puppeteer Rob Mills and his alter-ego Ruffus the Dog, author Lee Maracle, Native drummer John Somosi and visual artist Cesan d&#39;Ornellas Levine
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Easy charm and voices to suit - Sydney Morning Herald
Google News - over 5 years
But with Marika Aubrey and Rob Mills aboard, backed by a five-piece band, the journey is an enjoyable and moving one. Both performers have easy charm and voices to suit. Aubrey gets a cracker of a song in I Can Do Better Than That and Mills looks both
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Machete-wielder convicted, remanded - Southland Times
Google News - over 5 years
Police prosecutor Sergeant Rob Mills told the court Paulo was walking along Elles Rd with the machete, about 70cm long, towards Tweed St and stopped at the centre of the roundabout. Two cars were waiting to enter the traffic nearby and she approached
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Rob Mills
    THIRTIES
  • 2016
    Age 33
    In 2016, Mills will play 'Corny Collins' in Brisbane's leading Musical Theatre Company, Harvest Rain, Arena Spectacular version of Hairspray.
    More Details Hide Details He will then take on the leading role of 'Sam' in the Australian Premier of 'Ghost the Musical'
  • 2015
    Age 32
    In 2015, Mills toured with his Cabaret show 'Surprisingly Good', playing in cabaret festivals in Melbourne, Noosa, Sydney, Mackay and Brisbane.
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    In August 2015 Mills joined Swing on This, a quartet of musical theatre stars which includes Michael Falzon, Matt Lee, Luke Kennedy and Ben Mingay.
    More Details Hide Details Swing on This perform contemporary swing in a predominantly cabaret format.
  • 2013
    Age 30
    In 2013, Mills played the role of Danny in the Australian tour of Grease, which began performances October 2013 at Sydney's Lyric Theatre, has travelled all around Australia, which finished its run doing a second season in Melbourne at Her Majesty's Theatre.
    More Details Hide Details The show closed in late January 2015.
  • TWENTIES
  • 2012
    Age 29
    In March 2012, it was announced that Mills will play Warner Huntington III in the Australian production of Legally Blonde, which also starred his Wicked co-star Lucy Durack as the main character, Elle Woods.
    More Details Hide Details The Australian production season began in September 2012 at the Lyric Theatre, Sydney, before opening on 4 October 2012. It then went of to play at the Lyric Theatre in Brisbane from March 2013. It then opened in Melbourne at the Princess Theatre in May 2013.
  • 2010
    Age 27
    Mills played his final performance on 6 June 2010.
    More Details Hide Details Tim Campbell was cast to replace him. From 13–30 July 2011, Rob played the role of Jamie in Jason Robert Brown's musical "The Last Five Years" at Sydney's Seymour Centre.
    On 9 June 2010 Mills appeared on variety show Hey Hey, It's Saturday! accompanying the show's band.
    More Details Hide Details He appeared in a guest role in the Australian TV show Winner's and Losers as Sean. Rob was cast as jazz singer, Eric Connolly in the wildly successful Nine Network series Underbelly: Razor. In August 2011, it was announced that Rob would host a new version of the popular Australian talent show Young Talent Time, with co-production duties from original host Johnny Young. Mills joined the Young Talent Time cast in a live tour throughout June and July 2012. There were a total of 14 shows across 8 venues, beginning in Sydney and Canberra, and ending with five sold-out shows at Melbourne's Crown Casino. Mills hosted the show and performed solo and with cast members. The show featured the Young Talent Time Grand Final winners Lil' Banditz Krew performing as a group and with the team. The tour also featured choreography and dancers from the Project Dance creative team.
  • 2009
    Age 26
    On 4 June 2009 it was announced on Today Tonight that he was on the new season of Dancing with the Stars.
    More Details Hide Details He was the second person to be eliminated.
    In 2009 and early 2010 Mills had a role as a recurring character on the Australian children's show The Shak On 26 May 2010, Mills appeared on an episode on the children's game show Pyramid and again on 7, 16 and 23 June 2010.
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  • 2007
    Age 24
    In October 2007, Mills and three others were selected to be regular singers on the game show The Singing Bee.
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    On 31 July 2007, Mills started a co-hosting role on the late-night, live quiz show The Mint which aired on the Nine Network.
    More Details Hide Details He appeared in a stunt for the ABC TV show The Chaser's War on Everything alongside Craig Reucassel that satirised the Tasmanian Premier Paul Lennon.
  • 2005
    Age 22
    In July 2005, Mills toured the east coast of Australia, playing from Cairns to Tasmania.
    More Details Hide Details Also performing on national TV, KAK, The Today Show and Carols by Candlelight while on tour. After having completed his tour, he had a starring role as Johnny Casino alongside John Farnham, Natalie Bassingthwaighte and Craig McLachlan in Grease - The Musical Arena Tour. The tour was a commercial and critical success.. Mills hosted a television show Stooged on Network Ten, a hidden-camera show. The show premiered on 28 July 2005 however was cancelled shortly after due to declining ratings. During Triple M's tsunami fundraiser, where people pledged money to hear their favourite song played, Mills satirically called the station and requested his own song. This was a request made of him by the radio station. Mills admitted on the television show Spicks and Specks that he had a brief but highly publicised tryst with celebrity heiress Paris Hilton at the Melbourne Cup of 2003. He later made fun of the tryst by singing "I Love Paris" (best known in a recording by Frank Sinatra) to close-off the show.
  • 2004
    Age 21
    His first album "Up All Night" was released in Australia on 14 June 2004 and debuted in the top 40.
    More Details Hide Details The first single from the album Ms Vanity was released on 31 May in Australia and debuted at #6 in the Australian singles charts.
    He signed a contract with BMG in 2004.
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  • 2003
    Age 20
    Mills performed the song "Dirty Girl" on the double platinum album Australian Idol: Final 12 soundtrack released in October 2003.
    More Details Hide Details Mills' song list:
    Mills was a contestant for the first series of Australian Idol and he made the top five. He performed on "Rise Up", the #1 Australian single performed by all the Australian finalists in 2003.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1982
    Born
    Born on June 21, 1982.
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