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Garage Sale Trail

by: Alex England, 23 Sep 2014.

Posted in: Events

Waste deep in clutter? Could use some extra cash? Who couldn't! Get amongst the world's biggest second hand trash'n'treasure event, The Garage Sale Trail, being held on Saturday 25th of October.

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We anticipated BIG things for the National Climate Day of Action, and on Sunday, the reception knocked our socks off! Over the weekend, more people marched on the streets calling for climate change than EVER before in history.

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Miss Zali's 3things

by: Simone, 23 Sep 2014.

Posted in: Fashion

Miss Zali was oh so kind to give us a quick interview and her 3things this week. We're super inspired by the 14 year old's blog who shows us that age ain't nothing but a number when it comes to doing the things you love!

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Two things to make your stomach grumble: declining investment in agriculture research and an aging farming population. Guest blog from returned Australian Volunteer Bonnie Flohr.

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Sharing is caring. Need something? Ask for it! It’s a win-win-win. You get to know your neighbours, forge and build new relationships, save landfill, storage space and money!

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MasterChef, leftovers edition

by: Miriam Lai, 15 Sep 2014.

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How to be your own superhero in the kitchen by saving and salvaging those would-be scraps to create something tasty and edible!

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Want to be part of one of the biggest coordinated show of people power the world has ever seen. Make noise and fight the good fight with us this Sunday 21 September for The National Climate day of Action!

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A banquet you'll never forget

by: Annalise, 14 Sep 2014.

Posted in: Food

Eat Local Feed Global is coming up next month and is all about we totally love: Food! Weeeeeell, food security to be exact.Throughout October, schools and uni groups across Australia are getting on board by holding a Hunger Banquet.

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3 MOOCs to change the world

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by: Catherine C, 14 Sep 2014.

Posted in: Food

Ever heard of a MOOC? Not to be confused with a streetwear label, or the source of George Castanza’s rage, a MOOC is a massive open online course – usually hosted by a well-established university + very often free as a bird.

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Fast Food - Free Event in Sydney

by: Simone, 14 Sep 2014.

Posted in: Food

Rice paper rolls, a few beers and some seriously fast talk brought to you by Oxfam Australia's Eat Local Feed Global, misschu, Mountain Goat and Australian Volunteers for International Development.

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