Some of Australia’s most renowned and major fashion brands, such as Just Jeans, Lorna Jane, Myer and Peter Alexander, must be open to both, how and where they manufacture clothes from. This is to help lift the women who aid in creating stable brands that are out of poverty. Oxfam, a global charitable organisation that focuses on reducing world poverty, has declared the spread of awareness this Christmas season.
For many Australians, lockdown has provided an opportunity to test out new skills, try new recipes, learn a new language, get creative with DIY project, or pick up a new hobby. With creative juices flowing aplenty and the desire for adventure on many Aussie’s minds, one of the latest trends sweeping the nation is van renovations. The caravan, camper van and motorhome hiring platform, Camplify has seen a whopping 100% increase in van renovations from owners between, January 2020 to March 2021. While in the month of June alone, it saw a huge 150% Year over Year growth of renovations in both, Australia and the UK.
When Premcar and Nissan say the Navara PRO-4X Warrior is made for Australia, they absolutely mean it! This all new homegrown hero has been subjected to tens of thousands of kilometres of testing, over every challenging landscape our country has to offer, to ensure the Warrior is up for anything its owners can throw at it.
Scientists have discovered that Australia is a nation of both, “Thinkers” and “Battlers”, in the nation’s largest personality and weight loss study. Researchers from CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, studied over 245,000 people to understand the unique behavioural and emotional characteristics that might be helping or hindering the waistline’s of Aussies from around the country in 2021.
The only thing worse than lockdown in a nice warm house is being stuck outside in the freezing cold with a shortage of resources… Unfortunately, this is the current reality for the homeless community in both Victoria and New South Wales. Homelessness is a huge issue within our country, but thanks the The Good Box, awareness and support is being shown to keep homeless Aussie’s both warm and fed during COVID lockdown.
Australian cosmetic and beauty brand, Issada, has launched an all new Vitamin C that is guaranteed to leave your skin smooth, supple and shining. This potent 25% Vitamin C serum is the result of science being used to create a highly effective wayof treating the signs of ageing and protecting the skin from sun damage and the effects of pollution.
The revolutionary US brewing company, Athletic Brewing Co., are launching two of their most popular non-alcoholic beers into the Australian market, just in time for Dry July. The trail blazing brewing company has 50% of the US craft non-alcoholic beer market and are backed by US stars, including, footballer J.J. Watt and chef David Chang.
Last month The Harbour Trust decided to move forward with its plans for the renewal of the Torpedo Factory at Sub Base Platypus, North Sydney. This project will deliver a new foreshore park, a heritage interpretation, public access improvements, and a welcoming entry to Sub Base Platypus. The Harbour Trust has consulted extensively with the community of Sydney about the site’s renewal, as the former industrial and Defence complex has evolved into a public domain where historic spaces are to be revealed, interpreted and reimagined.
Australian illustration and designer, Alya Marika, has just launched her brand new book, How Food is Made: An illustrated guide to how everyday food is produced. In her latest work Alya demystifies how common processed foods are manufactured, using plain language and step-by-step entertaining graphics.