One of the pleasures of being a travel writer is not only getting to see the world as it is, but in the glimpses we get of how the world could be.
On September 18th 2014, Scotland will be making a monumental decision on whether to leave the United Kingdom and become its own sovereign nation.
So what are some of the tricks behind organising a big project as a journalist. Well, I had no idea prior to diving head first into arranging my upcoming European Bazaar festival extravaganza!
I’ve just guest blogged over at Modonews, about some of the things I’ve learnt in the planning. A little glimpse into the goals and the goings-on behind the scenes at One Small World.
The topic of Peak Oil was all the rage there for a while and, depending on whom you speak to, it’s either been reached or it hasn’t. Either way our collective eye seems to have moved on from this particular calamity.
Yet it seems that no sooner has one fallen off our radar than another one rears its head: this time the issue of Peak Food.
In Part 1 of the Australian Science Media Centre’s Top 10 list of the weirdest science stories of 2013 we heard about puppy brains, slug sex and detachable penises.
Now to count down to the number one strangest science story of this year!
Satisfaction in 4 minutes? Yes it is possible. Headlines, the news you might have missed delivered fast!
My article as originally published in the NT News on Saturday 16th November
Raise the topic of the government’s feral camel cull with artist and business owner, Helen Durrant and you’ll be met by the bluff honesty of a life-long Territorian – like many passionate people she didn’t get where she is by mincing her words.