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BY NAYANI DE SILVA Eating out as a vegan can be an extremely hard thing to do. You always have that sneaking suspicion that the waiter couldn’t be bothered to ask the chef how the meal is prepared and it is in fact made with animal stock, butter, eggs or cow’s milk.
STORY AND PHOTOS BY VPOPR Nerves of steel, childcare, military precision organisation and coffee – lots and lots of coffee – are just some of the aids I use to study with three children under the age of four. There have been skirmishes, illnesses, hospital visits and sleepless nights that have threatened to […]
BY JEN DAVIDSON Narrabeen locals are preparing for up to eight weeks of swoops and swipes from the notorious ‘Woollies magpie’. Between September and October, the male of the nest, which is fiercely protective of its eggs and fledglings, springs upon unsuspecting victims between the lake walkway on Wellington Street and the village car park. […]