Hidden Harvest is a community-based not-for-profit organisation that raises awareness about food waste and its related environmental and social problems by “upcycling” food that would not normally reach the consumer’s plate. REMI DASKEY @remidaskey interviewed Berbel Transe, the driving force behind Hidden Harvest, to discuss the bigger issue on everyone’s plates.
Turtle swimming in waters of the Great Barrier Reef. Photo: Sam Harris/flickr BY CHARLOTTE MUTORO The coal terminal at Abbot Point is one of five ports along the Queensland coast to be given the go ahead for expansion. Abbot Point, which is close to the Great Barrier Reef has been designated a port development […]
Cloning an extinct species has long been a staple of science fiction, but is it about to become a reality? Story by Jack Corbett When Jay Savage first discovered the golden toad in 1966, the species became a poster specimen for the biodiversity of Costa Rica. While it lived in a small area, roughly 10 […]
Story and photo by Shardae Ewart Where can you meet a queen, a king, a rebellious kangaroo and a maggot-infested horse? In a tucked-away gallery on Day St, a stone’s throw from the city’s centre, where more than 300 people gathered to support the opening of the exhibit ’The Cardshow.‘ It was a beautiful evening […]