By: Laura Bennett

It’s incredible how nostalgic we can feel about the TV shows we watched as children. Just the mere mention of Big Ted, Mr. Squiggle or The Magic School Bus can send you back to a time where your imagination was coming alive and these characters (best friends) were taking you on adventures beyond your lounge room and teaching you about the big wide world. (more…)

By: Laura Bennett

Who would you be without your memories? If you’d forgotten your past, would you naturally gravitate toward the ideals and attitudes you held before, or would you become someone entirely different? (more…)

By: Laura Bennett

Australia has one of the most unique and beautiful botanical environments in the world. We’re home to species you don’t find anywhere else, and we have a love-hate relationship with the fire that can both feed its renewal and be horribly destructive. (more…)

By: Neri Morris

Who doesn’t love a little creative writing? I haven’t written this way in a while so it came as a bit of a surprise when I sat down to process something that had resurfaced in my life and this is what flowed.  May its ambiguity and symbolism connect with your own story, those moments where something you thought was well and truly dead, resurfaces and you are paralysed by the loaded question of “one step forward or one step back?”

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By: Laura Bennett

When you consider how easy it is for us to access information and do a little digging to fact check and verify it, we’re quickly losing any excuse to be ignorant. (more…)

By: Laura Bennett

When Sydney-local Bella Taylor-Smith appeared on The Voice in August last year she blew both the judges and audience away with her skill. (more…)

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