5 neighbourhood book shops to know

In this time of retreat we’re slowing the pace of life, switching from digital to analogue and pursuing hard copy pleasures. Source your next read from these five local book…
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Resilience in adversity

The thing I love about live performance the most, is that the doors are closed, the lights are turned down, and the audience has to be reverential to what’s happening…
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A Literary Legacy

Australia is a nation of book lovers, with the average person reading for over six hours a week compared to the US, UK, Canada and Germany which all read below…
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Connect and carry on

If every cloud has a silver lining, then every global pandemic virus has got to have its perks… right? We’ve seen dolphins re-appearing in Venice’s canals, coal consumption cuts in…
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Theme: Wise Words

No man is an island entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main. – John Donne, 1624 Every April we look at…
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Calling all businesses

Let’s get everyone on the same page! As a shared office operator we value the daily rhythms of the workplace. The place, people and interactions create structure, colour and support…
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Marching to their own beat

Women have a long and formidable history of revolt. Be it for reproductive rights, voting rights, the right to end gendered violence, or to lead a global climate movement, women…
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Stanislava Pinchuk

Enigmatic and nomadic artist Stanislava Pinchuk (A.K.A Miso) is a woman of many talents and many places.  Impossible to pigeonhole, her broad practice sees her draw on her skills as…
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Maria Farmer PR

Maria Farmer is one of the most experienced and formidable women in Public Relations. Her Sydney company MFPR specializes in brand building/protection/crisis management, publicity and public relations. More than a…
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Women and Leadership

Women are gaining higher positions in business, government and in their communities, and with that are being seen and heard on their own terms. We are moving closer to gender…
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