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Will You Pick Up Today?

There’s nothing like summer holidays to bring on some loving, but picking up is not always easy. And we often miss the mark when it comes to picking up in the great outdoors (litter, that is). Perhaps not the most romantic one-liner, but a staggering 95 percent of litter on our beaches comes from the […]

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Photo: Daniel Resnik

Charging Down To San Diego

San Diego is the second largest city in California and has some of the best year-round weather and tourist attractions of any city in the world. For an Australian, there’s something very familiar about San Diego; the weather, language, beaches and culture make you feel immediately at home. On our trip to San Diego we […]

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Photo: Dan Trotter

Wild Open Spaces

I love this sunburnt country; the sheer vastness of our land amazes and astounds me every time I board a plane to take a holiday to one of its endless wild open spaces. Sitting down in Margaret River, Western Australia to write this has been a bit of a challenge, to be honest. With the […]

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Pearl’s ‘Mindful Intentions’ for 2015

It’s New Year’s resolution time, and before I hear the groans from the top of Glenview Court, I want to assure my wonderful readers that Pearl is here to provide resolutions that are far more valid and accessible than the usual weight-loss-feel-good mantra regurgitated every year by lifestyle coaches eking out a dubious living as […]

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January Thumbs

Up – Put Out Your Bats – This tribute to Phil Hughes couldn’t have been more fitting. A great way to pay respect to the life of a little champ. Down – Wi-Fi Leeches – To the parasites who sit in cafes all day sucking up all the wi-fi while sipping a solitary coffee – […]

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It’s In The Bag

In the wake of another festival, it seems as though Sydney is succumbing to a collective comedown as intoxication by cocaine proves to be a habit of even the younger middle class. Drugs are clearly becoming a function of disposable income in a wealthy first world society, “much like having a glass of wine” according […]

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Dog For Adoption – Patch

Age | 1 year Sex | Male Breed | Border Collie x Cattle Dog Weight | 17kg Patch is a young, active boy and he can get quite mouthy when excited. He is very intelligent and quick to learn. He loves to play ball and would suit an adult family or one with teenagers who […]

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Photo: Bill Oddie

Even Liberals Look Good In Lycra

As a teenager I spent more hours than not riding my bike through the suburbs of eastern Sydney, exploring each and every street. You definitely get a much richer experience of your neighbourhood seeing it from the saddle of a bike. Sydney didn’t have dedicated cycleways back then, and I believed at the time that […]

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Photos: Sharmin Musca

Is your wardrobe ready for 2015?

Is your wardrobe ready for 2015? If you have a little spare after-Christmas cash and want to update your look for summer, try incorporating some of these pieces into your wardrobe: Matching crop top and skirt. Crop tops have been here for a while, but embrace a new way to wear them – with a […]

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Conspicuous, Widespread, Unmistakeable… Black-winged Stilts

Stilts are tall, slim wading birds that are graceful, striking and unmistakeable. Black-winged Stilts in Australia are representative of a group of populations that together occupy much of America, Eurasia and Africa, as well as Australia. Stilts worldwide look very similar and are certainly closely related, but the nature and extent of the relationship is […]

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