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14 Nov 2014

Feeling stressed and unhealthy? There's growing evidence that taking a walk in a park might be better than popping a pill.

New research to be released at the World Parks Congress in Sydney tonight highlights the health benefits of outdoor exercise in green spaces....


27 Jun 2014

Overview: The rise and rise of the mining sector and the fly in fly out worker may be paying the bills for thousands of families, but there is growing understanding of the adverse impacts on relationships.

The impact of FIFO parents on a...

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4 Apr 2014

The Regional Live Music Census 2013 has valued Victoria's live music industry at more than $270 million. Co-director of the National Live Music Office, John Wardle, says the report is strong evidence the live music industry provides genuine economic benefit to regional areas.



22 Nov 2013

An expert in environmental law says the Victorian Government's extension of a ban on fracking is purely a political move and will do little to stop the expansion of coal seam gas in that state into the future.

The Victorian Government yesterday released a...


13 Aug 2012

On Queensland's Gold Coast is a food garden with a difference.

The Gold Coast Permaculture Project sits on a large suburban block, alongside the car dealerships and fast food outlets in the commercial heart of Southport.

It's turning large volumes of...

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