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Living on the Edge

“I bungle along as best I can, fighting off fear...I worry about the future.”

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17 October 2019 Author: Anita Glass

Two Good’s Angie Prendergast-S...

Soup is a dish that every culture shares: it warms us from within, and can be made with simple and inexpensive ingredients.

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17 October 2019 Author: Angie Prendergast-Sceats

BATTLES WITH THE DARKNESS

Osher Günsberg is a television and radio presenter. He is the host of The Bachelor and is a director on the board of Sane Australia.

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10 October 2019 Author: Katherine Smyrk

Mitzi Westang’s Meatloaf

“It bonds the family and provides the hearty sustenance we need to carry on farming.”

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3 October 2019 Author: Mitzi Westang

People Power

For Elizabeth Flux, an explosion of activism in Hong Kong, her place of birth, showed her the true meaning of protest.

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24 September 2019 Author: Elizabeth Flux

Under Her Eye

Celebrated author Margaret Atwood reflects on her teenage puppet enterprise, deciding to write a masterpiece – and boys.

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19 September 2019 Author: Jane Graham

Tank Man, Beijing, 5 June 1989

This is perhaps the most iconic protest photo ever taken – not that anyone in China has ever seen it, where it remains banned.

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19 September 2019 Author: Michael Epis

Kirsten Tibballs' Caramel and ...

At the heart of every family is food. It brings everyone together around the table in conversation and laughter.

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5 September 2019 Author: Kirsten Tibballs

READING THE TREES

Ashley Kalagian Blunt had to learn about trees all over again – and it was much more fun the second time around.

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5 September 2019 Author: Ashley Kalagian Blunt

Like Father Like Son

And that’s my present to Dad (and to myself) each Father’s Day – a nod to the past, with an eye on the future.

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30 August 2019 Author: Craig Buchanan

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