• Stella Woods

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  • Prasanna Diana Manuela

    How much more needs to happen to shock shift humanity into waking up?

    Suffering won’t stop until we consider another’s life as important as our own. It’s time to shift humanity. Have you ever wondered if you would have been part of the underground movement during the Nazi period, or a suffragette fighting for women’s rights, or standing up for equal rights for ...

  • Danielle Simone

    Beating the blues on Valentines day

    There can be so much hype around Valentines Day. It can be easy to feel there is something wrong with us if we don’t have ‘somebody special’ in our lives. Most people want, or have wanted, a romantic partner at some point in their lives. And at times such as ...

  • Lee Wilson

    Should you contact your ex on Valentine’s Day?

    If you are trying to get your ex back after a breakup, it’s tempting to think that Valentine’s Day might be a day when reaching out could touch their heart the most. But will it help or hurt your chances with them if you reach out on that special day? ...

  • Ben King

    The social issues Aussies care most about and how you can help

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  • LivingNow

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  • Stella Woods

    Spring equinox – lighter, brighter, fresher

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  • LivingNow

    LivingNow goes paperless!

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  • Johnny Nuriel

    Self-expression through performance art

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  • Martin Oliver

    Sharing things to help the planet

    Among the consequences of today’s rampant consumerism are climate change, over-use of resources, and waste. Bold initiatives are needed, especially those that challenge existing paradigms and up-end outdated assumptions. Traditionally, accessing an item would usually involve purchasing it, even if it is likely that you’d only use it rarely. Over ...

  • Miani Rose

    Why I love youth radio

    Radio is such an influential and freely accessible medium that can reach even the most remote areas of the world. So what happens when you combine the passion of young people with the medium of radio? Young people who are passionate about issues that matter to them are such a ...

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