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The red centre of Oz

Dear readers,

3 December: The day I left the farm, left the humidity, and started the trip to Adelaide. With 10 days of farm work left it felt so good to leave this all behind. 1,751 more words

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Last days in the Top End

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What a relief! Almost leaving the heat and humidity of the Northern Territory. And then on the road trip to Adelaide, which I’m looking forward too. 535 more words

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Mango madness

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The last blog was not too long ago, but is necessary to write a new one. My 3 weeks on the farm finished and I got qite a few things to tell you. 791 more words

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Broome to Darwin

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Forget about the wet t-shirts from Broome and the parties. I got to Darwin for work on a mango farm… By the time of writing this I’m still alive, but wrecked worse than a 400 years old shipwreck. 772 more words

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Media gagged: Energy resources of Australia can't afford to rehabilitate Ranger uranium mine?

Media banned from Rio Tinto’s ERA AGM after concerns about uranium mine rehabilitation, ABC News  By Joanna Crothers 14 Apr 15  Media outlets have been banned from the annual general meeting of a Rio Tinto-owned company that operates the Ranger Uranium Mine in the Northern Territory amid concerns the company does not have enough money to rehabilitate the site once it finishes production. 319 more words

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Darwin bound!

After finishing our first tour break, in which we had a fairly relaxing week at Bell Shakespeare headquarters in Sydney, Team Ariel have officially landed in Darwin. 569 more words

Bell Shakespeare

Race Report: Easter in the Alice (Stage Race)

Alice Springs is like Australia’s version of the Wild West, with red sand in every direction you look, winds constantly whipping up clouds of dust and a unique ecosystem of fauna and flora that against all odds continues to outlast the extreme elements. 1,134 more words

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