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The Land of Dumplings and Cheese Pie: A Look into Georgian Culture with Alice Zaslavsky

By: Georgia Free

Australia is a land of many cultures and tongues, and Harmony Week is the perfect time to spotlight a culture Australians may have never have heard of such as Georgia. Former MasterChef contestant Alice Zaslavsky spent just seven years of her life in the tiny country of Georgia but, as an adult, is now reclaiming and celebrating the culture she was born into. Read more

Harry Connick Jr.’s ‘Alone With My Faith’ is His First Album Entirely Dedicated to His Christian Beliefs

By: Laura Bennett

Harry Connick Jr. has made a name for himself as one our generation’s greatest crooners since his 1987 debut, popping up in all corners of the entertainment industry as an actor, TV host, Broadway star and composer. Read more

“Off the Back of COVID, Every Business Owner in Australia Has Suffered” – New Podcast Boosting Businesses

By: Katrina Roe

Starting a new business has to be one of the most exciting, terrifying and risky things a person can do. If you are struggling to get a business off the ground, you are not alone. Read more

What on Earth is an NFT? A Tech Expert Explains the Digital Phenomenon

By: Sam Robinson

Non-Fungible Tokens (or NFTs) have dominated headlines over the last month. But what exactly are they? Welcome to NFT101. Read more

In a COVID World: Telehealth is Improving the Way Patients Are Cared for by Doctors

By: Amy Cheng

Telehealth has made it easier for patients to book medical follow-up appointments, which is particularly important for people with chronic diseases. Read more

Are Refurbished Phones Value For Money? A Tech Expert’s Thoughts

By: Sam Robinson

You might be surprised as you head through the checkout to see that some supermarkets have started selling refurbished smartphones. Read more

Flight Path to Recovery: Government’s Half-Price Holiday Sale

By: Michael Crooks

If you need an excuse to take a holiday, how does a half-price airline fare sound? Read more

Pope Francis Spreads Hope in a Historic Tour

By: Michael Crooks

During a historic visit to Iraq on March 7, Pope Francis spoke of the thousands of people murdered in the city of Mosul in recent years, but his message was one of forgiveness and resilience. Read more

Texas Snowstorm Hampers Production of ‘The Chosen’ Season 2

By: Zoe Victoria

Crowd-funded television series about the life of Jesus, The Chosen, has been affected by snowstorms in Texas that have delayed the production of season two. Read more

Mindfulness a Priority for Federal Government in Improving Mental Health of Youth

By: Amy Cheng

Regional and rural primary schools are being given extra resources by the Australian Government to support mental health. Read more