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Winter Issue 54

Big grrrls making big moves • Dr Karl’s climate quest • Australia’s new super foodies • The deal with dopamine dressing • Walking on sacred ground • Preserving ancient Georgian tea traditions • Cybele Malinowski’s Chernobyl in photos • Miimi & Jiinda’s art of healing • Four fun DIY projects • Cleaning up dirty denim • Facing the world’s music • Each to Own’s happy shop •

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A print magazine about style, sustainability and substance

10 Things I’ve Learned From 10 Years of Gardening in Rentals

It’s a dog-eat-dog world in the rental market. House prices keep rising as green spaces shrink away...

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Organisation Station: Shape Up Your Sewing Space with These Easy Hacks

If you are sewing a lot, it's worth investing the time to make a pleasant space to work in. We’ve all seen some truly swoon-worthy...

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Nice Rack! A Punk Heart Beats Inside WAH-WAH’s Iconic Knitwear

At the risk of stating the obvious, the clothes we wear matter. And not just in the sense of sartorial...

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Spilling the Tea on Queensland’s History

Mid-century ‘kitchenalia’ and ‘Queenslandiana’ are having a renaissance of sorts among local designers and makers. But what do 200 tea...

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Culture on the Catwalk: CIAF 2022 in Photos

After a three-year hiatus, with the last two events running digitally, the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF) returned to Gimuy...

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The Stitch Up – Some of Our Favourite July Makes Out and About

There is no greater joy to us than spotting a brilliantly made Peppermint pattern in the wild...

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“An Electric Atmosphere”: Don’t Miss the Finders Keepers Market in Sydney This Weekend

Closing out a stunning autumn/winter season, The Finders Keepers market is hitting the harbour city this weekend...

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Four Things We Love About Ethical Chocolate Brand Living Koko

With a focus on food sovereignty and transparent supply chains, Melbourne-based cacao lovers Living Koko are a zero-waste...

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Life in Plastic, Not So Fantastic: 12 Products to Help You Scrub Plastic From Your Laundry

What month is it again? While mentally we might still be stuck in 2019, Father Time keeps ticking away and...

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Motivate Me: How to Stay the Course When You’re Fighting Climate Burnout

Claire O’Rourke is a campaigner, communicator, behaviour change expert, partner, parent… and totally freaked out about climate...

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“Vibrant, Thriving, Living Cultures”: DAAF’s Artistic Director on the Power and Place of Art Festivals

The Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair (DAAF) is back for 2022! Held on Larrakia Country in the heart of the Northern...

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The Grim Findings of Australia’s Most Important Environmental Report

Climate change is exacerbating pressures on every Australian ecosystem and Australia...

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The vitality of the world depends, in part, on whether we turn our ears back to the living Earth.