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Gripping a nation

Sinéad Fogarty charts the rise of bouldering, a sport that has climbed into the Tokyo Olympic Games.

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Living the bug’s life

Many people react to insects with panic, repulsion or outright fear. Isabell Greigeritsch visits a Melbourne exhibition

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The good oils

If you don’t have a skincare routine or are looking for an alternative to creams, you may want to consider skincare oils – even if you have oily skin.

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PHOTO ESSAY: Yes, I have a message for No voters

Since the start of Australia’s same-sex marriage survey the country has seen a national divide between Yes and No voters.

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VIDEO: A fun-sized premier league

Sinéad Fogarty meets the football players leaving it all on the table.

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VIDEO: Behind the scenes at Bathurst

There is much more to the Bathurst 1000 than car racing.

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PHOTO ESSAY: Recipe for success

Hatch digital reporter Jasmine Motti recently met two apprentices from the National Indigenous Culinary Institute program.

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VIDEO: Cake queen’s recipe for success

Cake maker and decorator, Daniella Boutros, speaks to Hatch about how she overcame adversity to build a successful business and media career.

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Internet kills the TV star

At the turn of the century Australians had limited choice when deciding what to watch. But less than two decades later, with Pay TV, streaming services and a multitude of online content, audiences are spoilt for choice.

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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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