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Celebrate Border Re-Openings – drink your coffee in style

by Jo Avalon Durand

Each year, 100 billion single-use coffee cups end up in landfill.  That’s why we now stock these 8oz Ecoffee Cups – they are an environmentally responsible reusable-cup made with natural bamboo fibre – one of the world’s most sustainable resources.  They’re light, sturdy, and fully dishwasher safe, and also has a resealable ‘no-drip’ lid.  Perfect

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To the edge of the Outback

by Jo

To the edge of the Outback – from Trangie to Broken Hill After a lucky escape from the Hotel California* haha, I leave Trangie and the clouds behind.  After a while I turn off the audio cd story and just focus on the road ahead. Over the next few hours I notice the changing landscape:

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Going west, a step back in time.

by Jo

Literally, and not because I think the towns here are stuck in the past, not at all. What I mean is that, about 10 years ago, I started researching the Australian history of my husband’s family, the Durands. I searched and compiled and wondered about these Central NSW towns that were mentioned – Walgett, Trangie,

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