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  • A Conspiracy Theory About the Food Industry

    Posted Wed at 9:05 AM by John Atkinson

    Or How Food Manufacturers are F-ing Us Up and Why We Should Grow Our Own Food According to a report in "The Guardian" the number of type 2 diabetes sufferers has increased from 153 million in 1980 to 350 million in 2011. In 2005 the "Canadian Journal of Public Health" published a research of the In...

  • What Does a Landscape Architect Do?

    Posted Mon at 9:40 PM by Winston Walker

    When offering my service I often come across people who have no idea what do landscape architects do. With this article I want to clear things and clear up any misunderstandings. My aim is to point out the impact of the work done by a landscape architect for the company and for the client. Centra...

  • Killswitch Engage - The Metal Legends Tour Australia This April

    Posted April 7 by Max Schau

    When it comes to the modern heavy metal scene there's a name which emerges from the sea of bands. These guys have changed the music scene and have influenced not one or two bands across the world to start doing something on their own. We're talking about Killswitch Engage here. The reason why is bec...

  • Adventure Holidays In Europe

    Posted April 7 by Mary Stedul

    Europe is a popular destination for adventurers because it offers a wide variety of exciting experiences. From untamed nature to challenging landscapes and thrilling cultural events, there is no end to the opportunities available. However, there are certain experiences which are a magnet for explore...

  • Upcoming London travel event

    Posted April 3 by Ian Packham

    London is great for travel and adventure events, and this Saturday sees the monthly meeting of the Globetrotters Club. Meeting in the hall of the Church of Scotland in Covent Garden in the very heart of the city, this group of travel-lovers will hear from Leon McCarron, and Dan Bachmann.   Le...

  • The Best Ways to Explore Sydney

    Posted March 10 by Kristy Foss

    Sydney is no teeny tiny city. Sure, if you are happy to stick to the confines of the city centre then your feet will probably do the trick. But if you really want to get out and explore and see what this city of villages has to offer then you need to get some good walking shoes on. The public tran...

  • My Vacation in Brac, Croatia

    Posted February 28 by Josip Ivanovic

    It was time to go for holiday again and this summer I decided to tour Brac, Croatia. I arrived at Zagreb Airport which is in the country’s capital city and took a connection flight to Spilt International Airport. I boarded a ferry which connects to Brac from the mainland. There are ferry drive...

  • Explore Adelaide

    Posted February 28 by Alex Pejak

    Adelaide is a city in South of Australia that is gradually gaining exposure on the international arena. Featuring an amiable blend of historical, culinary, architectural and cultural delights and with a solid European influence, Adelaide offers a refreshing atmosphere as compared to other larger Aus...

  • To B&B or Not to B&B?

    Posted February 6 by Sara Hardman

    When you have unlimited places on your travel wish-list but limited funds with which to make it all happen, something usually has to be compromised. I have backpacked in many countries and never had a problem bunking down in even the grubbiest of hostels. I hardly batted an eye lid when I had to sl...

  • For Ethical Foodies:The Best Free-Range Fried Chicken in London

    Posted February 3 by Jane Cook

    In my younger years, before I started reading about the general cruelty and nastiness involved in intensively reared meat, before thinking about food in such a way had even crossed my mind, I was extremely partial to a box of fried chicken and chips. It was the ultimate food sin. So crispy! So salty...

  • Giant trees and gourmet adventure in Australia‚Äôs South West

    Posted January 21 by Rich Keam

    In the past whenever I thought about Australia the first thing that popped into my head was the red earth of the outback. So it came with great surprise to be travelling through rolling green hills and lush vegetation as we journeyed our way into Australia’s South West. Two hours after leavi...

  • Here Comes The Australian Open 2014

    Posted January 7 by Ryan Williams

    In less than a week all of the tennis world will set their eyes to Australia for one of the biggest event of the year - the Australian Open! And even though I am not the biggest tennis fan I also can't wait. The 102 edition of the tournament will start on the 13th January and the final is scheduled ...

  • Brazil's World Cup 2014 and Many Other Attractions

    Posted December 16, 2013 by Kerry Blake

    If you are thinking of visiting Brazil in 2014 for the World Cup in football, there are many other attractions and activities that you can enjoy while in this beautiful country. Aussies visiting Brazil during the world cup can check out the Socceroos as they compete against other teams from around t...

  • Christmas Crackers; The Best Ever Winter Holidays

    Posted December 5, 2013 by Ella Jameson

    Christmas Crackers; The Best Ever Winter Holidays  Spending Christmas at home with your family and friends is fantastic; the excitement on Christmas morning is enhanced by contented feeling of happiness after a roast dinner in the afternoon and then settling down to play board games and watch ...

  • Twelve Angry Men - jury room drama ensures justice is done

    Posted December 5, 2013 by Louise Kingsley

    I’ve hardly seen a woman on stage recently – following on from the all-male Mojo and The Scottsboro boys with its solitary, virtually silent female presence, Christopher Haydon’s absorbing production takes us into a swelteringly hot New York jury room where a dozen men (all white, ...