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Seasonal Workers Provide Long-term Benefits to Darling Downs Farm

Six years into their tree change, Kerry and Simon McCarthy made a leap of faith in hiring their first employee through the Seasonal Worker Programme. Five years on, they now employ nine men from the Solomon Islands in addition to two local workers and couldn’t be happier with their team.

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Why you should make time for creative side projects

By Dom Carter 2 hours ago Graphic design  

Top creatives share how they turned side projects into careers. 60 more words

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New Comics Anthologies!

A Visual Sampling

Highlight Below: Marc Bell

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Best New Comics Anthologies: A Visual Sampling
By: Michael Dooley | July 20, 2017

So many outstanding comics anthologies, so little quality eyeball time. 94 more words

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5/29 Special Report: Shoulderspeaker's apprentice

Co-written with Karen Sanchez, Vivian Chiang, and Amanda Chan

They stand together outside the girls’ locker room, right in front of the lower field. His hands fly in front of him as he touches the speaker on his shoulder and then motions to the phone he’s holding in his right hand. 991 more words

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4/5 Cat's out of the bag: The subtle art of being evil

Until last Thursday, I never had a reason for self-cannibalism.

Yes, my dearie, you read that correctly.

Essentially, that Slow-as-a-Slug Sally was walking so darn slow in front of me, I had to gnaw on my own vocal chords and digest ‘em, or else I’d have let fly a scream of irritability hibernating in my lungs, a mad howl to be heard round the world. 776 more words

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3/8 Special Report: Then and Now - Food without thought

Co-written with Zazu Lippert

The bell rings. He leaves his class and pulls out his phone. Junior Noah Youngs dials a number and makes a call, one that he makes frequently around lunchtime. 949 more words

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3/8 Cat's out of the bag: Holiday Hatin'

Valentine’s Day has long passed.

The only leftovers we’re savoring are bags of Hershey’s Kisses slashed with “50 percent off!” in black Sharpie.

Christmas is already an impervious oil stain on a paper bag, which was previously bloated with red and green sprinkle donuts. 810 more words

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