Environment

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The Night Parrot is Back!

Ladies and Gentleman, the Night Parrot is back!!! (Well to be honest it probably never left to start with) but we now […]

The 2017 Top Arts exhibition at NGV Australia.

Interview: Cameron Moorhouse

Smithers and Christian chat to artist Cameron Moorhouse, one of the finalists from the 2017 VCE Top Arts exhibition, whose work, Extinction, will be […]

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Australians can have zero-emission electricity, without blowing the bill

Rooftop solar proves a challenge to keeping prices low on the grid. Solar image from www.shutterstock.com Paul Graham, CSIRO The Australian government […]

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Cultural Tours – A Way to Close the Gap?

In the 2011 Australian Census the unemployment rate for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander People was at 17.2 percent while the unemployment […]

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What is a Cane Toad?

According to the Kimberley Toad Busters Cane Toads are a few weeks – even days away from Fitzroy Crossing (WA) and have nearly […]

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Brace Yourselves, Cane Toads are Coming

Its time to brace for impact in Fitzroy Crossing (WA) as Cane Toads are on their way. Dylan had a chat with […]

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Interview: Open Spatial Workshop (Terri Bird, Bianca Hester and Scott Mitchell)

Rebi, Molly and Jim chat with the members of Open Spatial Workshop, an artist group who’s current exhibiton, Converging in time is […]

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Interview: Adelaide Fisher, Ariel Cameron and Will Dawson

Andrew and Molly interview Adelaide Fisher, Ariel Cameron and past Art-Smitten host Will Dawson about their brand new community arts festival Happenstance, taking […]

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Interview: Nicole McKenzie

Andrew, Molly and Jim chat to theatremaker Nicole McKenzie about one-person show, Being a Good Person is Bloody Hard Work, now being performed […]

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‘Growing Abundance’ combating food wastage

In Australia, lots of fruit from both commercial and backyard orchards ends up rotting on the ground. If it’s blemished, the supermarkets don’t […]