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Let’s Talk Indigenous Country

Well, we all have a foundational understanding of Country Music’s role and significance within an American context. In the States during the early 20th century, the genre mutated...

Cultural Participation a Privilege Reserved for Cap Cities?

An unexpected upside to all this Covid-19 craziness is the sudden portability and accessibility of the arts. Globally, cultural institutions have been creating and...

Holbrook the Hottest?

Growing up, someone very close to me had a rule, and it has since become a guiding philosophy of mine: when visiting or passing through...

Dingoes- Friend or Foe?

Love them or hate them- Dingoes have been part of Australian Wildlife for at least 4000 years. But ever since the first Europeans...

Which Showbag Reigns Supreme?

For decades, showbags have been a highlight of the Easter Show. After a long day of trekking around the showground, smelling a little bit...

Can a guitar be golden

Today I spoke about The Golden Gutiar awards, which is Australia's most prestigous contryny music award. It is held in Tamworth each year, it...

Untrashy’s Mission to End Single Use Plastic!

Did you know that every single hour, over 2 million plastic bags are used around the world and disposed of? Or that If everyone...

Rhubarb Champagne or Rhubarb Sparkling Wine?

Nick and Jacob discuss a farmer in Tasmania who got in a little bit of trouble for call his home-brew Rhubarb wine 'champagne'. French...

Joe Exotic isn’t just the Tiger King!

We all know the new 'Tiger King" documentary is a wild ride and definitely worth the watch, and the conspiracy theories on the internet...

Buy from the Bush for Mother’s Day

In our recent Resilience Podcast on the River and Wren markets in Wagga Wagga, market founder Jenni Meiklejohn announced that the markets were going...

From City Stockbroker to Country Stock Owner

Chris McElroy became a full-time farmer around seven years ago, after a successful career as a stockbroker in Sydney and as a weekend farmer...

The Kindness Pandemic

It's often the smallest kind deeds, that go the longest way. At least that's what Catherine Barrett believes - the owner and founder of the...

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