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    1. WBBL Star Takes Break from the League to Deal with Mental Health

      WBBL Star Takes Break from the League to Deal with Mental Health

      Stumbled upon this helpful piece from the Sydney Morning Herald and thought that we would share it. It shares some really interesting perspectives on mental health issues.

      In this report, we learn about Renegade start Sophie Molineux's decision to take a break from the cricket league to take care of her mental health. Her coach says this of her player's decision:

      Sophie knows her teammates and the Renegades coaches and support staff are always there for her. We’ll give Sophie the time, space and any support she needs

      It's an inspiring piece of sports news that ...

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    2. Sustainable Fashion 101

      Sustainable Fashion 101

      Found this interesting piece from the Sydney Morning Herald and it really made us think. It’s called Dressing in the Era of Climate Change Requires a Rethink.

      It shares some intriguing points. Here’s one of them:

      The simplest answer to a shopper's dilemma might be a paraphrase of the advice that food writer Michael Pollan offered to those of us perplexed by our mealtime choices: Buy clothes. Not too many. Mostly plant-based.

      It is possible to buy something as simple as a white shirt, that wardrobe staple, whose production has a minimal impact on the environment and ...

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    3. More Australians Treat Their Pets as Family Members

      More Australians Treat Their Pets as Family Members

      Here's a compelling article from The Sydney Morning Herald. It's called More People are Treating Pets as 'Family Members Who Understand Them.

      In it, Sophie Aubrey shares some interesting observations. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      The nation's pet obsession is also reflected in our spending. Australians are now coughing up $13 billion a year on their pets, with about a third going to food, a fifth goes to vet services and 10 per cent to accessories.

      Have a look at the complete article for more of her fascinating piece.

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    4. What is One of Australia's Most Famous Teen Entrepreneurs Up to Now?

      What is One of Australia's Most Famous Teen Entrepreneurs Up to Now?

      Came across this fascinating piece from Sydney Morning Herald and it really piqued our interest. It’s titled Ben Pasternak Looking to Reinvent the Chicken Nugget.

      It shares some intriguing news of one of Australia's most famous teen entrepreneurs. Here’s a short excerpt:

      Not content with the way the nugget is now, Pasternak believes he's created a snack that tastes as good, if not better than McDonald's McNuggets – but with no chickens harmed in the process.

      Backed by Canadian food giant McCain Foods to the tune of $US7 million ($10 million) as a lead investor, as ...

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    5. Is Having Pets Environmentally Sustainable?

      Is Having Pets Environmentally Sustainable?

      Here's a fascinating article from the Sydney Morning Herald. It's called How Big is Your Pet's Environmental Paw-Print?

      In it, Julie Power shares some thoughtful insights. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      According to research published in the New Scientist, the carbon footprint of a sports utility vehicle driven for 10,000 kilometres for a year is about less than half of a medium sized dog like a labrador or a Golden Retriever.

      At a Sydney University forum last week, experts from RSPCA, vets and environmentalists called on the public to rethink the number of pets ...

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    6. #Me Too Pioneer Gretchen Carlson's Story is Being Made Into Movie

      #Me Too Pioneer Gretchen Carlson's Story is Being Made Into Movie

      The #MeToo movement sparked a tidal wave of change in the entertainment world. It's gotten so big that it's even caused ripples in other industries as well. This article from the Sydney Morning Herald shares a movie that talks about its beginnings.

      It shares with us an interview with Naomi Watts who played the movement's pioneer, Gretchen Carlson. Here's a short snippet of what she had to say about it:

      "She decided to push back and say, 'No, this is not OK. I will not be undervalued. I will not be harassed, both mentally and physically ...

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    7. Morrison Government Supports Tiny Home Living

      Morrison Government Supports Tiny Home Living

      Here's a fascinating article titled Morrison Government's Bid to Grow Tiny Home Industry. It's by Judith Ireland of the Sydney Morning Herald.

      She shares some insights on the government's commitment to this new way of building homes. Here's particularly interesting excerpt:

      The Housing Industry Association said there was a growing number of modular manufacturers in Australia and prefabricated homes were likely to become increasingly common.

      HIA industry policy chief executive Kristin Brookfield said traditional construction methods for housing would always make up the largest part of the industry but modular homes and prefabrication had many ...

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    8. What to Do When You Feel Like You're Stuck in a Rut

      What to Do When You Feel Like You're Stuck in a Rut

      We happened upon this article from Syndey Morning Herald and thought we would share it here. It's called Feel Stuck in a Rut at Work? It's Time for a Reality Check.

      In it, organisational and counselling psychologist Jasmine Sliger shares some tips on how to free yourself from this feeling. Here's a short excerpt for some context:

      You may be 'value adding' to your organisation but their 'value add' may not be your 'value add'. It may be time for a reality check.

      Sometimes we need to look at whether we have been in the same job ...

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    9. How Author Elizabeth Gilbert Got Over Grief

      How Author Elizabeth Gilbert Got Over Grief

      Thought we'd share this inspiring article from Sydney Morning Herald. It's an interview of the author Elizabeth Gilbert by Jane Wheatley.

      In it, Gilbert talks about her grief and how she overcame it. Here's a quote from her:

      SO..if you have lost a loved one to death, and you thought you would never feel love again, but you are feeling the pull of attraction toward someone new, and you're not sure if that's OK? Let me normalise it for you. Let me say: It's OK....Do not let your gorgeous loyalty to the ...

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    10. High-Rise Disasters are Bound to Happen Again

      High-Rise Disasters are Bound to Happen Again

      This is an interesting opinion piece from the Sydney Morning Herald. It is titled Only a matter of time until high-rise disaster strikes again in Sydney.

      In it, Elizabeth Farrelly shares her views on the high-rise construction industry. She focuses on regulation. She shares this observation:

      A perfect storm results from not a single mistake but a concatenation of errors and shoddities. In Grenfell the cladding was terrifyingly combustible but also, we now know, individual fire doors lasted only half of the required 30 minutes. Five manufacturers have been forced to withdraw products from market.

      For more of Elizabeth Farrelly ...

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    11. The Property Market Is On A Free Fall

      The Property Market Is On A Free Fall

      Properties including strata apartments were selling like hotcakes in 2017 but the market has suffered a bit of sluggishness recently. In fact, some homebuyers are finding it quite difficult to pay at settlement time due to the freefalling prices of real estate properties. We get the full detail in this Sydney Morning Herald news article by Simon Johanson & Carolyn Cummins.

      "In a gloomy outlook for the country’s largest real estate developers, UBS says Mirvac, Lendlease and Stockland face a higher risk of settlements falling over because of their exposure to projects sold to buyers at the 2017 peak of ...

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    12. Enrico Taglietti and Architecture in Canberra

      Enrico Taglietti and Architecture in Canberra

      Dr. Enrico Taglietti is an Italian architect who fell in love with Canberra. He was just initially there to scout for locations for a big project but could not find the courage to leave the place that he has come to love.

      In this article, The Sydney Morning Herald's Bree Element writes about the contributions of the master architect. "His prolific design contribution to Canberra across the 1960s, '70s and '80s ranges from Bunda Street's Cinema Center (1964) and the former Sundown Drive-in in Narrabundah (1968) to Gowrie Primary School (1981)," she writes.

      The article also announces a ...

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    13. Did the Opposition Just Find a Gender Pay Gap Solution?

      Did the Opposition Just Find a Gender Pay Gap Solution?

      The #MeToo movement has sparked a lot of outrage directed toward some of the world's most powerful men and their predatory tendencies. But it does not stop with sexual harassment issues. It also involves more issues gender concerns such as prevalent pay gap between men and women doing the same job.

      In this Sydney Morning Herald article, Latika Bourke reports on the Opposition's plan to ban secrecy clauses that prevent employees from talking to each other about their pay.

      It may not look like much right now but the access to this information can potentially expose institutionalized company ...

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    14. Bringing history to life: the intriguing world of war re-enactors

      Bringing history to life: the intriguing world of war re-enactors

      Some local re-enactors like dressing up in Anzac uniforms and re-creating war scenes. While they’re certainly bringing history to life, others are less sure it’s an ideal way to honour the fallen. By Mark Dapin Updated 30 June 2018 — 12:20am first published at 12:10am James Downey, a member of Sydney’s 18th Battalion Living History Group: "I really enjoy teaching the history," he says. Photo: Tim Bauer It is like gatecrashing a gathering of ghosts.

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    15. Campo on Folau: 'He’s got to get in the game more, to back himself'

      Campo on Folau: 'He’s got to get in the game more, to back himself'

      Don't Play TD: It’s 15 months out from the World Cup, how do you think the Wallabies are faring? DC: The problem is that it’s 15 months away. A Test match is a Test match, you need to win every one. [Michael Cheika has] obviously blooded a lot of guys but I don’t think he’s looking that far ahead at the moment. Gas to burn but not the only one: Marika Koroibete accelerates through a gap in the Irish defence. Photo: AP TD: Being a former winger, what do you think of Marika Koroibete?

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