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The Weekly Wrap Up

The Weekly Wrap Up

| July 12, 2015

Words by Ryan Grice  No more Kubies for Bobby, New hope for breasts, Danish gold curly fries, and Put peas in your guac. Making headlines this week is the shocking news that Australian independent party leader Bob Katter announced he may boycott Akubra hats in future if they decide to use all foreign furs in the […]

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Andrea’s Love: Brazil Butter Bark

Andrea’s Love: Brazil Butter Bark

| April 11, 2014

Words by Andrea Love NUT butters are the easiest things to make; all you need is some sort of blending device and a little bit of time. Sometimes you’re in the mood for something other than PB & J though; something light, sweet, and satisfying. Look no further! You don’t need to worry about feeling […]

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Guerilla Theatre Hits The Streets

Guerilla Theatre Hits The Streets

| April 11, 2014

Words by Matt Huxley GUERILLA Theatre is the latest street brand to emerge from the laneways of Melbourne. With a focus on street style, youth culture, and old school comics, this is one brand I wanted to get a better look at. Pity they’re in Melbourne and I couldn’t get to the launch party the […]

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Tony Abbott Gives North Korea The Stink Eye

Tony Abbott Gives North Korea The Stink Eye

| April 11, 2014

Words by Isabelle Cameron PM Tony Abbott showed North Korean soldiers what’s what with a steely gaze during his visit to the demilitarised zone that borders North and South Korea. Guarded by his own Australian Federal Police security, as well as South Korean and US troops, Abbott came face to face with North Korean soldiers […]

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Review: Celeb Boutique

Review: Celeb Boutique

| April 10, 2014

Words by Matt Huxley CELEB Boutique is a name that’s been bouncing around for a few years now ever since it burst onto the scene in 2010. Since then its success in Australia is skyrocketing thanks to their free and fast shipping here (if only more companies did this). They just released some new campaign […]

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Campbell Newman Fights For Queensland’s Right To Parrrrty

Campbell Newman Fights For Queensland’s Right To Parrrrty

| April 8, 2014

Words by Jackie Casey AFTER months of debating legislation changes to curb alcohol-fuelled violence, Premier Campbell Newman recently announced that he would not follow New South Wales’ lead by changing bar and club lock-out times to 1am and closing times to 3am. The ‘band-aid’ solution of simply closing the clubs earlier was ignored by Premier […]

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Staying Up Late With Marie Claire

Staying Up Late With Marie Claire

| March 20, 2014

Words by Mija Kovacic THERE is no better past-time than lounging around up late, flicking through the pages of Marie Claire as you indulge on scrumptious treats. Flashing lights, gorgeous gowns, and beautiful smiles have colourfully splashed the pages of the international women’s magazine for over 70 years. The only thing better than cracking open […]

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Fly To Cambodia With UNICEF

Fly To Cambodia With UNICEF

| January 11, 2014

Words by Mija Kovacic THREE Brisbane photographers have officially landed in Cambodia for UNICEF’s At Crossroads project. All about educating us on the dire situation in Cambodia for its residents, Moustache has been given the opportunity to give you first hand follow ups on Jameson Clifton, Kimberley McCosker, and Peter Farmer‘s journey. From today until 22 January, Clifton, McCosker, […]

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