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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...

Scorched dystopia or liveable planet? Here’s where the climate policies of our political hopefuls will take us

Image: David Mariuz/AAP The federal election campaign takes place against a background of flooding on Australia’s east coast, where some residents remain in temporary accommodation a month...

4 ways we can change our behaviour to adapt to the climate crisis

AAP Image/Jason O'Brien Only four months into 2022, and Australians have already watched several climate disasters unfold across the continent, from coral bleaching to devastating floods and bushfires. These are...

Time’s up: why Australia has to quit stalling and wean itself off fossil fuels

Image: Getty If the world acts now, we can avoid the worst outcomes of climate change without any significant effect on standards of living. That’s...

IPCC finds the world has its best chance yet to slash emissions – if it seizes the opportunity

Image: Shutterstock The world has its best chance yet to reduce greenhouse gas emissions quickly, but hard and fast cuts are needed across all sectors...

Poor policy and short-sightedness: how the budget treats climate change and energy in the wake of disasters

Image: Shutterstock This year’s federal budget is characterised by an avalanche of immediate handouts in response to cost-of-living pressures, some sound initiatives and deferral of more...

The floods have killed at least 21 Australians. Adapting to a harsher climate is now a life-or-death matter

Image: Jason O'Brien/AAP The devastating floods in Queensland and New South Wales highlight, yet again, Australia’s failure to plan for natural disasters. As we’re seeing...

New IPCC report shows Australia is at real risk from climate change, with impacts worsening, future risks high, and wide-ranging adaptation needed

Getty Images Climatic trends, extreme conditions and sea level rise are already hitting many of Australia’s ecosystems, industries and cities hard. As climate change intensifies, we...

Like rivers in the sky: the weather system bringing floods to Queensland will become more likely under climate change

Flooding in Gympie, Queensland, February 26, 2022. AAP Image/Supplied by Brett's Drone Photography The severe floods in southeast Queensland this week have forced hundreds of residents...
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CLUB VEGAS THE SPECTACLE RETURNS TO MELBOURNE WITH SPECIAL GUEST STAR – RACHAEL BECK

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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.