Sunday , 24 September 2017

Publication: OUTthere Magazine

Sheconomics

Women are the most powerful consumers on earth and have taken the driver's seat in economic growth. Businesses that don't harness this force are flirting with failure, writes Oryana Angel. Read More »

Grains of Hope

A Japanese farmer is looking to grow premium Japanese rice in the middle of North Queensland's cane country, potentially triggering a renaissance for the crop in the area, writes Oryana Angel Read More »

Down in the Pits

In an industry that runs 24/7 and requires its workers to put in long hours, operating dangerous machinery in remote areas - and often far from family and friends - it's little wonder that mental health issues are a big concern in the mining and resource sectors. Read More »

Shifting Sands

The influx of sea changers raises questions about how to manage rapid population growth and development in Australia's coastal communities. Oryana Angel reports. Read More »

Food for Thought

From Frankenfood and mutant fish to an agricultual revolution and the means to eradicate world hunger, discussion about genetically modified food is rich with sentiment and just as heavily divided. Oryana Angel reports. Read More »

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