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Winter Issue 46

• Artist Deb McNaughton on creating a colourful rainbow of hope in challenging times • Australia’s artists, photographers and makers reframe and redefine creativity in isolation • Protecting artisans and traditional craftspeople from cultural copycats • Simple comfort-filled recipes from our fave foodies • Silver sisters ditch the hair dye in favour of their natural tones • Poignant life lessons from world travels • Rewilding the world • Transforming collective grief through meaning • Free loungewear set sewing pattern •

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‘WATER IS SACRED’: 2020 CIAF FASHION SHOWCASE

An always vibrant celebration of First Nations art and culture, this year the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF), are bringing...

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THE NATIONAL INDIGENOUS FASHION AWARDS

By slowing down and celebrating clothes as culture, there’s a lot we can learn and celebrate about Indigenous designers and...

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TAKE FIVE: ELEMENTALS BOTANICA

As our chaotic world spins madly on, creating a harmonious and peaceful environment by using the magic of nature is...

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DARWIN ABORIGINAL ART FAIR

Connection, community, Country… oh and COVID-19 — as the Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair (DAAF) kicks off again next week, things...

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NOT SO FANTASTIC: THE TRUTH ABOUT PLASTIC ALTERNATIVES

Do you know your oxo-degradables from your non-biodegradable bioplastics? Can you pick a compostable plastic bag when you see one?...

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PLASTIC-FREE PAMPERING

Feeling a little overwhelmed by the world right now? We all know how important it is to take care of...

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REMEMBERING JOHN LEWIS

The world has lost a hero. Civil rights icon John Lewis passed away on Friday evening after a battle with...

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PERMACULTURE FOR BEGINNERS

As we have stumbled our way through this pandemic, past supermarket shortages and panic buying, it’s become evident just how...

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THE CLIMATE CRISIS – HOW TO MAKE AN IMPACT

In Issue 45, author and climate campaigner Anna Rose explained how we all have more power than we think when...

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PRIDE AND THE STONEWALL RIOTS

What normally comes to mind when you think of Pride month? Parades, parties and pasties? The rainbow too, of course;...

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I Quit Plastics Kate Nelson Credit Celia Galpin

I QUIT PLASTICS

For Kate Nelson, going plastic-free has been a way of life for the past decade. After learning the negative impact...

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FASHION IN CRISIS

The events of the past few months have turned our world upside down, changing the way we eat, socialise, learn,...

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There was a collective remembering that we humans are actually quite fond of each other – we are in this together, and that’s a beautiful and important thing for our future.

- EMILY EHLERS, ISSUE 46