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Ground Earth cafe owners Dustin Bowie-Ford and Sasha Kennedy. Credit: Alyssa Evans
Ground Earth cafe combats over-consumption and waste on the Coffs Coast as alarming statistics show Australia's growing rubbish situation.
The resurgence of roller derby has put die-hard skaters in good spirits.
An Australian documentary follows young 'eco warriors' helping save Borneo's orang-utans.
The Back Alley Gallery has created a larger playing field for street art in Lismore.
Domestic violence is a dark undercurrent in Australian society and statistics show that our attitudes towards it are not supporting change.
Art and science both draw on analysis and examination but do not always collaborate. The Arts vs Science Festival set about changing that.
ASIO's surveillance records of its own citizens can be a boon to biographers, writes Lisa Milner of her own research into one of Australia's leading communist women of the last century.
As the federal government announces it will switch off community TV stations at the end of 2015, we look back at Southern Cross University's adventure on the small screen: LINC-TV.
Musician Dallas James used television talent quest The Voice to advocate for the environment he hopes to save from CSG mining.
With global bee populations in decline, a backyard hive could be your chance to help save the world.
What is behind a US Senate candidate's claim his political opponent is dead and has been replaced by a body double?

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