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Queensland waits with baited breath!

February 25, 2011

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Warnings issued too many parts of North Queensland including residents in Beachmere, known as being married to the tides with announcements to get up high and in some cases evacuate their homes as the water rises. Locals are budding up with neighbours or family as limited space in the zoned safety houses or too hard […]

Permaculture the new culture

February 25, 2011

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Permaculture is the ‘new’ culture of sustainability, although the concept has been around since the 1970’s. The word Permaculture developed by its founder Bill Millison,  is the meaning of portmanteau of permanent agriculture and permanent culture. The meaning in basic terms is the provision of food, energy, shelter, and other material and non-material needs in […]

Journey through Europe hassle free…

February 25, 2011

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Travellers from near and far embark in tour groups when seeking the ultimate travel experience of destinations around the world. Countless globetrotters choose Europe as the ideal destination. When opting for a tour holiday, you will know from the beginning what your itinerary will be, the places you will visit and what attractions you will […]

Good Vibes ROCKS Sydney!

February 23, 2011

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Like any good sporting event, not even threatening thunder storms could have deterred music lovers to the Good Vibrations Festival held in Sydney 14 February 2011. Despite the continual downpour of rain, spirits were on a high as a solid line-up of entertainers delivered a deluge of musical precipitation. Zara Josephine* big time groover said […]

Whales score victory in the Southern Oceans!

February 19, 2011

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Sea Shepherd, a conservation society which campaigns towards protecting the seas around the world, achieved a major victory this week in the Southern Oceans. Through months of campaigning against the Japanese whaling fleet, Sea Shepherd has deterred their onslaught and forced the Japanese Government to recall for this season. Zoe Beckett, a Second Officer on […]

Produce prices set to soar!

February 9, 2011

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The recent floods in Queensland have devastated the nation with fatalities, infrastructure in despair and many people without their homes. As this crisis affects those living in the state of Queensland, the implications will take a toll on other states locally. Rising prices predicted to soar on local produce due to the wipe out of crops […]

We are One, we are Australians

February 8, 2011

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Australia Day means different things to different people and yet at the heart of it, is a national public day where many celebrations are had all over the nation. Australia Day originally known as Foundation Day is the official national day of Australia. The day’s celebrated annually on 26th January, traditionally commemorating the arrival for […]