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Howzat! Charity appeals for Aussies to play backyard cricket

Luke Michael, Saturday, 16th January 2021 -  The inaugural National Backyard Cricket Day has won the support of cricketing royalty including Justin Langer, Alyssa Healy and Michael Holding  

Pop-up store offers Christmas cheer for struggling families

Luke Michael, Saturday, 19th December 2020 -  The “Spirit of Christmas Shop” is looking to give away thousands of new presents over the festive season 

New charity manure reminds Australians ‘we’re all in this sh*t together’

Luke Michael, Saturday, 12th December 2020 -  All profits from the organic, odourless cow manure will go to Brainwave Australia 

NFP video game partnership looks to make the internet a friendlier place

Luke Michael, Saturday, 5th December 2020 -  Australians are being encouraged to “embrace their nerdiness” while gaming this Christmas          


Peace in the age of chaos – Finding a new approach

Steve Killelea, Monday, 30th November 2020 -  Peace is a prerequisite for the survival of society as we know it in the 21st century, writes Steve Killelea AM, in this extract from his new book, Peace in the age of chaos: The best solution for a sustainable future. 

Why buying a candle makes perfect scents this Christmas

Luke Michael, Saturday, 28th November 2020 -  A festive partnership is using the power of scented candles to raise money for charity 

Meet the woman dressing up as a hot dog to save the planet

Maggie Coggan, Saturday, 21st November 2020 -  The quirky fundraising idea has attracted over $2,000 in donations for Climate for Change 

Environmental impact docos – a playlist

Contributor, Wednesday, 18th November 2020 -  Documentary Australia Foundation shines a spotlight on some of the most powerful documentaries on the environment and climate change, and where you can watch them.

Doco of the month

Doco of the month: Brazen Hussies

Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 17th November 2020 -  First time director Catherine Dwyer talks to Wendy Williams about her new film, Brazen Hussies, which shines a light on a revolutionary chapter in Australia’s history and celebrates the women who made it possible.

Do you know which traditional country you’re posting from? This new guide might help

Maggie Coggan, Saturday, 14th November 2020 -  Australia Post has come out in support of a campaign urging the public to use traditional place names when addressing mail  
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