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Happy Australia Day

Happy Australia Day to all my fellow Aussie mates.  Hope you are toasting somewhere by the beach or the pool with a stubby in one hand and a sausage sanga (Sausage Sandwich) on the other watching over your mates playing backyard or beach cricket. 1,302 more words

True Story, Inspirational

Claim: Aboriginals Torched the Australian Landscape Because of Sea Level Rise — Watts Up With That?

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Ship of Fools expedition leader Chris Turney shares more of his climate wisdom. Australia’s coastal living is at risk from sea level rise, but it’s happened before January 16, 2018 6.06am AEDT With global sea levels expected to rise by up to a metre by 2100 we can learn much […]

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Climate Matters

Grenville Vs The Contact Zone

Upon reading the novel The Secret River by Kate Grenville, the topic that interested me this week is the portrayal of the aborigines in the text, as well as their importance in the prison narrative. 670 more words


Despite being one of the most common Pokémon on its island home of Australia, Komala wasn’t introduced to the wider world until the late eighteenth century when the first were taken from their homeland. 1,032 more words