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Master Of Public Health and Environmental Health: Protecting Our Planet

The world is seeing ever-increasing population growth lately, accompanied by a higher demand for resources that only seems to be accelerating. Add to this...

Growing demand from farmers all over the world for “Biological Seed Treatments”

There is an impending need to protect seeds and seedlings from various seed and soil-borne diseases to minimize crop losses and, thereby, fulfil the...

Study paves way for widespread architectural use of end-of-life tyres

A new study by The University of South Australia has tested and verified the structural integrity of walls constructed from tyres packed with earth,...

Fertiliser Finds: A Beginner’s Guide to Understanding Plant Care

In this guide, I will be covering the basics of plant care, so hopefully, you can stop killing and start growing your plants. Don’t...

PLASTIC BAN: HOW THE PACKAGING INDUSTRY IS ADAPTING & INNOVATING TO KEEP AUSTRALIAN BUSINESSES AHEAD OF THE CURVE

TODAY - More single-use items will be added to Australia's banned plastics list as states move to further protect the environment. The Government will unveil...

QUEST TO DIGITISE 1 MILLION PLANT SPECIMENS

The Australian National Herbarium in Canberra is imaging nearly a million plant specimens using an automated system developed by Netherlands company Picturae. CSIRO Group Leader...

Simple Ways To Encourage Kids To Think Green

It is becoming increasingly difficult to ignore the damage being done to the planet. The continual use of fossil fuels, the release of toxins...

Australian frogs are dying en masse again, and we need your help to find out why

Image: A dead Peron’s tree frog (Litoria peronii) Ken Griffiths, Author provided Last winter, thousands of dead and dying frogs were found across Australia. Instead of hunkering...

The election shows the conservative culture war on climate change could be nearing its end

Image: AAP Image/Diego Fedele Former Treasurer Josh Frydenberg’s shock loss to an independent running on a climate action platform wasn’t a fluke event. “Teal” independents have ousted...

Almost 90% of us now believe climate change is a problem – across all political persuasions

Image: Getty If a week is a long time in politics, three years is an eternity. Since the 2019 election, Australia has endured devastating megafires...
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Jazz: A touch of class! Anastasia Aspeling & Tim Wilson feature with JMQ Jazz Ensemble this Thursday, FEB 29, at Golden Gate Hotel. 7pm

Dear Jazz Lovers,  It's LEAP YEAR! This Thursday, FEB 29, 2024, when JMQ Jazz Ensemble shall feature two versatile, exceptional and seasoned Jazz artists at...

The Importance of Gift Giving in The Corporate World

Introduction In both personal and professional realms, gift giving holds a special place. It's a universal language of appreciation, gratitude, and goodwill. In the corporate...

Key Considerations Before Undergoing Rhinoplasty and Addressing Epicanthal Folds

Undergoing cosmetic procedures is a significant decision, and it's crucial to be well-informed before choosing a path. In this article, we'll explore the key...

Mick Pacholli

Mick created TAGG - The Alternative Gig Guide in 1979 with Helmut Katterl, the world's first real Street Magazine. He had been involved with his fathers publishing business, Toorak Times and associated publications since 1972.  Mick was also involved in Melbourne's music scene for a number of years opening venues, discovering and managing bands and providing information and support for the industry. Mick has also created a number of local festivals and is involved in not for profit and supporting local charities.