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Be a cleaner consumer in 2019

It’s easy to make 2019 your cleanest consumer year yet with just a few little resolutions in place – all of which can start with… more

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A few of our favourite things!

There are just seven days to go until Christmas Day, but if you haven’t done all of your gift shopping yet, don’t panic. We have… more

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How to reduce stress this silly season!

Stress is the body’s way of dealing with pressure and can come in many forms, physical, chemical and emotional. Stress is a normal part of… more

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How to stay fit and active in the wet

If you are struggling with the heat and humidity and finding it hard to breathe outside let alone exercise, here are some tips to keep… more

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It’s time to plant bush food!

If you are thinking of revamping your garden and choosing some new plants before the wet season kicks in, why not choose bush food plants… more

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12 Easy tips on how to party with zero waste!

Living a waste-free existence doesn’t mean living like a monk and skimping on parties and celebrations. With the end of the year looming, there are… more

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How to be a clean, green traveller

If you are planning a break from the build up overseas – and let’s face it regardless of volcanic ash and flight times, Bali is… more

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Beating the build up of heat and humidity

The build up season is well and truly here and we are not talking the build up to Christmas. It’s hot, it’s humid and for… more

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NT Awards celebrating sustainable enterprise

It’s most definitely awards season in the Territory at the moment with the excitement creating its own unique build up atmosphere. One of these is… more

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Matcha (cake) made in heaven!

This vividly green cake discovered at Malak Marketplace is a real eye-catcher and eye-opener! It turns out to be a matcha cake as in matcha… more

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Bring local art into your home

Talented weavers from Elcho Island are displaying and selling their creations and showing people the art of weaving at Malak Marketplace until the market season… more

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Making connections through good food

As passionate advocates for good food, conversation, culture and community, it was wonderful to see locals at Malak Marketplace enjoying Lantern Light Dinners recently. This… more

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Bush tucker with Michelin appeal

Aboriginal Australians have eaten bush tucker (bush food) – native animals and plants for over 60,000 years. Their skills in knowing what to cook and… more

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Staycation must-dos in the Darwin region

With the school holidays just around the corner, it’s a great time to put your “tourist hat” on and go….absolutely nowhere. There are oodles of… more

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The real deal is at markets

As consumers, we purchase a huge number of products every day, but are also faced with digesting an overwhelming amount of information about them. Marketeers… more

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