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Global Profile: Mongolia

Global Profile: Mongolia

| July 13, 2015

Words by Rachel Trevarthen MONGOLIA is one of those lands where you’ll still encounter roads trips taken by horse than car. It is said to have the best horseman on earth and this weekend gone they are celebrating Nadaam festival, the nationwide celebration of the three so-called ‘manly’ sports, archery, wrestling and horse racing. Home to […]

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Russia Teaches Us How To Take A Selfie Safely

Russia Teaches Us How To Take A Selfie Safely

| July 11, 2015

Words By Jessica Testa TAKING a selfie doesn’t seem too dangerous. For most of us, the biggest risk would be getting caught putting a silly face. However, there have been a few people who have taken the art of the selfie to the extreme. Over the past month or two, there have been various reports of […]

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Delfina’s Bistro Brings Modern Australian To The Emporium

Delfina’s Bistro Brings Modern Australian To The Emporium

| July 6, 2015

Words by Andrea Love THE up and coming Brisbane food scene says hello to a new fine-dining establishment, right in the heart of the Emporium precinct. Delfina’s Bistro, officially opened its doors last month, with a spectacular launch party decked out with incredibly tasting, visually exciting food and drink. Rising from the closure of well known […]

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#GayIsOk Thanks To Lush

#GayIsOk Thanks To Lush

| June 29, 2015

Words by Matt Huxley IT’S been a fucking monumental week for gay rights, and in what seems like a brilliant twist of fate, it’s also time for Lush’s #GayIsOk campaign. From the 25th of June  to the 5th of July 2015, 825 Lush stores around the world will ask their customers “what if your love […]

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The Flasks That Bouncers Walk Past Have Hit Australia

The Flasks That Bouncers Walk Past Have Hit Australia

| June 29, 2015

Words by Matt Huxley ARE you one of those plebs that replaces your tampon with sneaky vials of liquor? Do you constantly get caught with the JD bottle in your bag? Are you the person hollowing out bread to sneak in vodka? Well then thankfully for you, Sneaky Drinks has hit Australia. Brought to you […]

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5 Minutes With Espial

5 Minutes With Espial

| June 25, 2015

Words by Matt Huxley/Questions by Natasha Norford QUEENSLAND has a new hidden treasure. For those looking for eclectic and interesting homewares, fashion and art, Espial is for you! Owner Heidi McLeod hand selects hard to find lifestyle brands to stock her shop from both local and international designers and artisans. Moustache writer Natasha had 5 […]

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A Yoga Class Of 36,000

A Yoga Class Of 36,000

| June 23, 2015

Words by Rachel Trevarthen THOUSANDS of bodies twisted, turned, back bent and sun saluted on the June Solstice as part of the first International Yoga Day. Coordinating with solstice celebrations around the world, winter in the Southern Hemisphere and summer in the Northern Hemisphere, people en masse in cities all around the world came together to […]

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The F Word: WOW

The F Word: WOW

| June 22, 2015

Words by Rachel Trevarthen THE F-Word is a dirty word in more ways than one. In modern Western societies, Feminism is criticised for being unnecessary, exclusive or divisive, with some believing the ball has swung too far in the opposite direction and it is men who now need more empowerment. Whatever your thoughts are on Feminism […]

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Viva Colombia! Brisbane Welcomes Back The Colombian Street Festival

Viva Colombia! Brisbane Welcomes Back The Colombian Street Festival

| June 16, 2015

Words by Andrea Love IN honour of Colombian Independence Day, this year we welcome back the Colombian Street Festival on Saturday, July 18. It’s time GPO and Smirnoff provide us with memories we want to remember, so shimmy your way down to Fortitude Valley next month for an epic street party like no other. Join in […]

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Andrea’s Love: Matcha White Chocolate Cookies

Andrea’s Love: Matcha White Chocolate Cookies

| June 16, 2015

Words by Andrea Love MATCHA is a finely ground powder, processed from green tea. It seems to be very on trend right now, and you’ll find it to be an available flavour in smoothies, coffees and bliss balls at your local cafes or farmers markets. How could you resist consuming something that is bright green? Plus, […]

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