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Lettuce prices to fall as production lifts in flood-hit growing regions

After months of paying $10 for lettuce, shoppers can expect some relief with Queensland growers getting back on track, three months after they were devastated by flooding. Prices for the

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Reusably app allows cafes to reuse cups and takeaway containers

A new app on the block — or in this case, island, is helping cafes and their customers become a greater sustainable community. A pilot program that allows customers to

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Trauma-informed photography course gives abuse survivors a new perspective, boosting self-esteem

Child sexual abuse survivors say a photography course is teaching them to see beauty in the world and help them gain a sense of confidence — all with their smartphones.

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Arrernte boxing academy helping troubled kids get on the right track and stay there

Jason Lord says his life hit a fork in the road when he was 14. “I was a troubled kid, stealing cars, I was robbing people and quite violent and

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Koala sighting near Lithgow raises hopes of unmapped colony after Blue Mountains bushfire destruction

Unexpected sightings of koalas near the Blue Mountains have given hope a disease-free colony is recovering after the Black Summer bushfires. A koala seen this week at Hassans Walls, near

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Bandicoot numbers boom in Dunbogan and Camden Haven after 2019 bushfires

Residents in the township of Dunbogan on the NSW Mid North Coast have been noticing an increasing number of small, conical holes appearing in their gardens and lawns. They are

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Melbourne suburban footy mum declared best-on-ground just weeks after giving birth

Her team might have copped an absolute drubbing but Melbourne mum Rhiannon Crompton could not wipe the smile off her face. Just seven weeks after giving birth via a cesarean

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