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February 15, 2020

To go from devastating bushfires to horrendous floods within a short time frame is the manifestation of climate change in our own backyards. So what are our leaders doing about it?

December 21, 2019

Editor's note: As a loud and proud Taurean, I have to stand up for my fellow earth sign brothers and sisters by saying I completely disagree with all the points made in this article. But freedom of speech, or whatever...

As a twenty-something living in the twenty-first century, dating can be absolute hellfire. Navigating a culture of casual sex, booty-call or dating apps, and rancid daddy issues makes dating hard enough – so wh...

October 27, 2019

In January of this year I made the bold decision to move from Sydneys Eastern Suburbs to the Northern Territory’s small but thriving tropical capital, Darwin. Thanks to endless outdoor adventure spots, lucrative job opportunities and a laid back friendly atmosphere, Darwin has the youngest population per capita of any capital city in Australia.

Whether you’re planning a holiday, itching for a 'sea' change or simply curious abo...

September 22, 2019

Morgan McLaughlin shares a story of growing up in the world with a larger body and the knock-on effects this had into her adulthood. She also shares her thoughts on why she think the body positivity movement is exclusive.

I was just twelve years old. School would start at 9am but everyone would be filing in and fucking around from 8.30am. This was a fun time. Everyone was fresh and happy to see each other, and of course the boy...

August 11, 2019

A guide for the modern day millennial. Kate Neilson shares what she’s been eating, watching, using and reading this month.

Use – Face Hero

I’ve never been one for using face oils; I don’t like my skin to feel oily at night before bed and I find some face oils lead to breakouts and leave my skin feeling grimy. But then I met Go-To Skincare’s Face Hero and everything changed. 

I’ve been shouting Face Hero’s praises from the rooftop...

August 11, 2019

We must assume the end of the world is impending and we need to train ourselves in combat with only the finest, most stellar equipment we can grasp: essential oils. Here are five essential oils you can use to make your impending suffering more bearable.

June 24, 2019

One of my worst nightmares is going to a local comedy gigs and watching someone bomb out. It truly makes my toes curl. But Comedy Kweens may have cured me.

April 22, 2019

BDSM. Greek mythology. Gender role play. A touch of strobe lighting. What more could you want on a Wednesday night at the theatre with your mum?

When I went to see Venus in Fur at 107 Projects in Redfern, I wasn’t sure what to expect. I was unfamiliar with the original work. I imagined it was going to be about something seductive, sensual or perhaps forbidden, that’s about as much as I could deduce from the promotional material...

April 22, 2019

A guide for the modern day millennial. Kate Neilson shares where she’s been eating and drinking, and what she’s been listening to, watching and reading.

EAT - Joseph Hyde

This little cafe stands alongside some big names in Sydney’s Inner Eastern food scene, like Dear Saint Eloise (more on that soon) and Room Ten, which all line Potts Point’s Llankley place. In a strip that’s always bustling with brunch-goers and afternoon vino...

April 14, 2019

Have you ever fallen asleep in class, or on your work desk? If you have, you were probably chastised by your teacher or supervisor. But there’s a slow movement igniting that celebrates this sort of behaviour, and the argument is quite compelling.

A siesta (a quick afternoon nap usually following lunch) is a cultural pastime with roots in South America, and parts of Europe. In fact, siestas are usually part of the typical workda...

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