Plastic (not so) fantastic

Plastic is a problem across the globe but there are people at a grassroots level who are trying to make a difference, at least to their patch of the planet, writes SAM BESGROVE.

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Brigid Delaney’s journey into ‘Wellmania’

Senior Guardian writer Brigid Delaney has chronicled her extraordinary health journey in a new book, Wellmania – Misadventures in the search for Wellness. 

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Abdullah Karim wins MVP at the FIPFA World Cup 2017

Abdullah Karim was born with scoliosis and limb deficiency but that hasn’t stopped him from chasing his dream to play sports at an international level. At 26 he has now won the ultimate honour as the Most Valuable Player in

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Thousands of Australians being ‘turned away’ from legal centres

170,000 people are being turned away from Australia’s community legal centres every year, according to a new report by the National Association of Community Legal Centres.

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The Evolution of Social Media

So where did it all start? Jasmine Motti looks into the quick and significant rise of social media.

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Employment for ex-prisoners

Ex-prisoners find it increasingly difficult to get a job, Hatch reporter Nikolina Matijevic looks at the different prejudices ex-offenders face in getting re-employed.

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The rise, fall, and reformation of Buffalo

Almost half a century after they first formed, Australian Blues band Buffalo Revisited is back with a new name and new members. Returning member Dave Tice talks to CHLOE RICHARDSON about his musical journey and what it’s like to discover

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VIDEO: A guide to casual racism

Is Australia a racist country? Watch as Hatch’s Jameel Khan meets with seven Australians from different racial backgrounds and aims to find out – Jameel Khan

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Picnic at Hanging Rock adaptation ‘will strengthen tourism’

The remake of Peter Weir’s 1975 classic Australian film Picnic at Hanging Rock as a six-part TV mini-series won’t be out until next year – but the show’s already got the famous bush site bracing for incoming tourists.

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