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Australian Artist Shaun Tan’s “The Lost Thing”
Experienced in Kyoto- Isetan Art museum. The Lost Thing is a humorous film about a boy who discovers a bizarre-looking creature. It is lost and he tries to find who owns it or where it belongs, but the problem is met with indifference by everyone else. Each is unhelpful in their own way; strangers, friends, parents are all unwilling to entertain this uninvited interruption to day-to-day life. The boy feels sorry for this creature and attempts to find out where it belongs. What started as an amusing nonsensical story developed into an insightful fable. Narrated by Tim Minchin.
29th October 2019 by make-happen 0 Comments
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28th October 2019 by vickyideaspy 1 Comments
(3 vote(s), average 5 out of 5)


Gut Smart email course for everyday Aussies
Gut health and the gut microbiome (community of bacteria in the gut) are a popular topic in media, lifestyle outlets, research and healthcare arenas. Brisbane-based Microba – world leaders in gut microbiome testing – are providing a free mini course to everyday Australians to boost their knowledge of their resident gut bacteria, what it’s doing, the potential to perform important tasks and the best ways to keep a balanced gut.
28th October 2019 by mel 1 Comments
(4 vote(s), average 5 out of 5)


The First Two Idea Spies
Lynn Wood and Sabra Brock meeting up and chatting about the beginning of Idea Spies in April 2015
27th October 2019 by sabrabrock 1 Comments
(5 vote(s), average 5 out of 5)


Access to Drinking Water
OFF-GRID Containerised Water Treatment Plant, this unit can treat up to 28kl/day & can be scaleable to 250kl/day when run 24hrs/day. This is a solution for remote Australian Communities & Regions The Gilghi remote water unit has been installed at Gillen Bore, approximately 75km from Alice Springs in the Northern Territory and uses advanced filtering technology and is a breakthrough water solution.
27th October 2019 by michael-sharp... 0 Comments
(8 vote(s), average 4.8 out of 5)


Charities supporting supporters
Charities could ask their taxpaying supporters to help an innovative startup and claim $10,000 tax offset. The startup might get $6,000 per taxpayer and the taxpayers get $4,000 each. If they give the $4,000 to the charity they still make money from their $4,000 tax deduction. The charity ensures that they cannot lose this $4,000 in the startup arrangements. The charity should expect to get most of the $4,000, maybe more if the startup fails and maybe much more if the startup succeeds.
26th October 2019 by eric 2 Comments
(4 vote(s), average 5 out of 5)