Some of Australia’s most beautiful and remote roads regularly fall victim to illegal dumping and the rubbish that people throw out of their cars. Rubbish litters the verges of most of our busy highways, but littering and dumping is also blighting many of our back roads. The volume of roadside rubbish in Australia has..."Roadside Rubbish is Australia’s Roadside Shame"Continue reading
It’s spring and the bare vines are just beginning to bud. Fresh green shoots are bursting from the old gnarled wood with promises of the greatness to come this summer. Down the gentle hill along Aldinga Road the waters of St Vincent Gulf neatly rule off the western horizon. To the south and east..."Willunga Farmers Market Summer 2017"Continue reading
A recent report on media consumption and trustworthiness reflects an alarming and broad decline in trust in media around Australia. In March 2017, public relations firm Essential Vision released its annual Trust in Media report and found that Australians’ trust in media had declined but the relative rankings of the different forms of media..."Does Australian Media Have a Trust Crisis on its Hands?"Continue reading
Three Australian outdoors bloggers talk about blogging and social media. John Feeney from The Hiking Society, Michela Fantinel from Rocky Travel, and Ben Collaton from the Snowys blog share invaluable insights into blogging about the great Australian outdoors. This post focuses on the work that goes into a blog, how much work each post..."Australian Outdoors Bloggers"Continue reading
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