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Being a vegan in Adelaide has never been more delicious, as the increasingly popular lifestyle means choosing the vegan option is no longer just a salad, but a whole cuisine experience. Continue reading Greek, vegan and delicious: Staazi and Co make waves in SA’s food scene
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While most interest and media coverage about North American politics has focused on the United States’ impeachment inquiries and Presidential nominations for the 2020 election, Canada has been preparing for their own election. Continue reading The Canadian election has global consequences: So why aren’t we talking about it?
Turkey launched an offensive into north-eastern parts of Syria yesterday, unleashing air strikes and artillery barrages, causing several civilian casualties. Continue reading Trump and Iran: Where did it all go wrong?
It was in the labyrinth of the Adelaide city centre, during Monday’s most recent public holiday, where environmentalist cyclists swarmed the streets. Continue reading Extinction Rebellion bike swarm perfectly stages a week of rebellion
Australia wore an Indigenous jersey for the first time in a Rugby World Cup when they faced Uruguay in Japan on October 5 at Oita Stadium. Continue reading Wallabies wear Indigenous jersey for first time in Rugby World Cup match