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A small blue book lies on a desk. It is title The Big Teal.

Holmes à Court’s candid views laid bare

Danielle Kutchel, Monday, 7th November 2022 -  A new book gives readers an inside perspective on Climate 200’s fundraising and the wave of independents elected to the 47th Parliament.
mum working on computer with child sitting on her lap drawing

Using the lessons of COVID-19 to create a brighter future for women

Ruby Kraner-Tucci, Monday, 31st October 2022 -  Through rich research and personal anecdotes, Kristine Ziwica’s debut book Leaning Out asks us to mend the “fragile foundations of women’s working lives”.
A composite photos. On the left is an image of an old lady smiling at the camera with an orange butterfly on her head. On the right is an image of an old man in a chair, with a nurse in a mask and face shield bending over him, showing him an orange butterfly in her hand.

Monarchs in Melbourne bring the butterfly effect

Danielle Kutchel, Tuesday, 13th September 2022 -  Residents were all in a flap over a program that saw them watch the butterflies grow from pupa to fully-fledged winged beauty before releasing them into the world.
Two people looking at Tasmania's Franklin River

New documentary Franklin is using philanthropy to inspire environmental activism

Ruby Kraner-Tucci, Friday, 2nd September 2022 -  The film, backed by crowdfunding and philanthropic donations, is launching an impact campaign to encourage conversations about democracy, peaceful protest and climate change.
Two beer cans on a teal background. White text says 'beer doing good for the reef' above a black and white image of a turtle

Bottoms up for the Barrier Reef

Danielle Kutchel, Tuesday, 30th August 2022 -  A collaboration will champion First Nations custodianship of the Great Barrier Reef… through beer. Cheers! 
An artistic shot of a person playing a trumpet. Only their hand and the instrument is available.

Trailblazers of Australian arts recognised

Danielle Kutchel, Monday, 8th August 2022 -  The award winners span music, visual art, dance, literature and more.

Aunty to launch new climate, environment doco initiative

Samantha Freestone, Friday, 29th July 2022 -  Emerging Australian documentary makers with a passion for the environment have the opportunity to work with some of the best in the business. 
bushfire burning through trees

Respecting the environment and listening to Indigenous wisdom

Wendy Williams, Monday, 11th July 2022 -  Could our past save our futures? Sandrine Charruyer and Sophie Lepowic talk to Wendy Williams about their documentary, Inferno Without Borders, and the growing need to recognise the value of Aboriginal fire and landscape management practices. 

New dementia documentary sheds light on the need for more community awareness

Samantha Freestone, Friday, 24th June 2022 -  A shared love for art dovetails with a moving documentary about dementia awareness, written, directed and produced by journalist, film maker and educator Renee Brack.
Governor-General David Hurley AC speaking on a podium

‘The very best of Australia’: For-purpose sector honoured on Queen’s Birthday

Wendy Williams, Sunday, 12th June 2022 -  The Queen’s Birthday 2022 Honours List has recognised 992 Australians, with more than 43 per cent of the general division acknowledging community service.
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