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Image courtesy of Australian Macadamias.
Class: food-style
Australia’s rich sub tropics on a plate
Mount Warning rises above Cape Byron, Australia’s most easterly point. Clad in sub-tropical rainforest and known as Wollumbin to the local aboriginal people, this extinct volcano is responsible for the deep, rich, chocolate brown soil that makes the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales such a lush blend of verdant farmland and bountiful seas. From this region comes premium products that are sent across Australia and exported around the world.
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Image courtesy of Cape Grim Beef.
Class: food-style
Tasting Tasmania’s Green North West
It is one the most fertile and pristine regions of Australia with deserted beaches, stunning rainforest and breathtaking coastline. Circular Head, a rural region on the northwest coast of Australia’s ...
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Class: food-style
Bill Granger: the breakfast’s champion
Over the last quarter century Bill Granger has built a successful, globe-spanning culinary empire while introducing the world to the joys of modern Australian cuisine and casual dining. It’s not a bad ...
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Class: technology-style
Eyenaemia: the selfie that could save lives
Australian medical students Jennifer Tang and Jarrel Seah’s innovative app for detecting anaemia beat entries from 33,000 students across the globe to take out Microsoft’s 2014 Imagine Cup. Their visi ...
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Photo credit: Images from Café Kitchen by Shillelagh Ryan, photography by Kate Whitaker ©Ryland Peters & Small
Class: culture-style
How Aussie cafes conquered the world
It’s been a spectacular ascent for the Australian café, a culinary institution that only emerged in Australia a quarter of a century ago. Specialising in a meal that was once rarely consumed outside t ...
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Class: business-style
Reinventing the blood test
Observing his daughter’s experiences as she endured a painful blood test followed by a long wait for results, entrepreneur John Kelly realised he’d found a process in need of an overhaul. Within 24 mo ...
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Photo credit: Susan Schulman
Class: design-style
Technology the canvas, story the art
The Spinifex Group are exemplars of an Australian company with a ‘born global’ philosophy. Niche, scalable, and with a highly specialised service offering, they have positioned themselves to capture i ...
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Interior of Hassell’s Shangai studio, an ex-motorcycle factory beside the Huangpu River.
Class: design-style
Designing Culture
Hassell’s ability to embody the freshness and energy of Australian design, combined with its understanding of the diverse physical and cultural context in which it works, has seen the leading practice ...
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Disaster-ManLorima Tuke, Oxfam Solomon Island’s Human Security Officer working with Red Cross staff to unload hygiene kits and prepare for distribution. Photo credit: Heather Quinn/Oxfamagement-01
Class: society-style
Helping the world to manage natural disasters
Every year since 1990 an average of more than 210 million people around the world are hit by natural disasters. These events are an unfortunate but inevitable feature of life on earth, making disaster ...
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Class: science-style
CSL boosts Aussie biotech
Having started out as a small, government-run vaccine maker a century ago, Commonwealth Serum Laboratories (CSL) has grown into one the world’s largest and most innovative biotherapies manufacturers. ...
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