Daily Archives: 13/04/2017


Aussie snowboarder Scotty James aims for gold

The youngest Australian to compete in a Winter Olympics in 2010, Red Bull athlete Scotty James has continued to excel at his career as a snowboarder, taking out gold at the recent X Games and FIS World Championships. While he continues to travel the world training for next year’s Winter Olympics (Pyeongchang), he also finds Read More


Maria Island’s year-round ferry service to commence

As part of Tasmania’s ongoing tourism boom, the Maria Island Navigators ferry is due to begin its regular, year-round service on the 31st of March. Maria Island National Park, an already popular tourist destination, has seen increased visitation over the past 12 months of 10 percent, according to the state’s Parks and Wildlife Service. ‘This Read More


NZ’s Whanganui River granted legal personhood

New Zealand’s Whanganui River was yesterday granted the rights to be treated and, more importantly, defended as a living entity. Reported in The Guardian, the local Māori tribe of Whanganui in the country’s North Island has found to have the river recognised as an ancestor for almost a century-and-a-half. “The reason we have taken this approach Read More


Kid speak: “Why the outdoors is good for me”

Kids in nature. The benefits may seem obvious to ‘grown ups’ and they are widely reported on. But what’s going on inside the minds of children who have experienced these benefits directly? Do they realise the enormous potential of the outdoors for their development? During the summer school holidays, I spent a couple of weeks Read More

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