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The man who builds castles

Drive through Willung South in Victoria and you may catch sight of the dramatic Castle Mirabilia overlooking the valley.

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Dog-walking app for busy pooch owners

Owning a dog means you have a fluffy buddy to keep you company, but it’s also a big responsibility.

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Ten apps to help you manage your life

New applications for Android and iPhone smartphones come out all the time – so which ones would students put in their top 10? Alanah Hallam has been finding out. Mobile devices are the ubiquitous tool of the 21st century. According

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A day with the ‘black dog’

At least three million Australians live with depression and / or anxiety,

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Keeping it clean over Christmas

With less than three weeks to Christmas it’s easy to get bogged down with buying tinsel and planning what to cook than remembering the damage we do to the environment during the festive season. The environmental impact of Christmas is

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Full of beans: Melbourne marks International Coffee Day

It’s International Coffee Day today – so how much do Australians love their coffee? Alanah Hallam has been finding out.

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Virtually keeping up

Australian businesses of all sizes are increasing their use of the internet to extend their reach and build customer relationships – and there’s a growing emphasis on using social platforms to drive sales. The most recent figures – from 2015

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Strip your stigma

Exotic dancing and stripping have had a negative reputation for many years, but lately the industry has boomed with more women expressing an interest on social media in the career.

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