Climate Change, Culture, Food, Our Home, Our People, Wellbeing, Your Stories

Waivunia Marine Park: Luke Tuibua’s Story

The day before Cyclone Winston hit, Luke Tuibua and students from Deakin University (Melbourne, Australia) were hard at work planting mangroves along the coastline near Luke’s village Waivunia, on the coast of Vanua Levu, the second largest island in Fiji. Mangroves combat coastal erosion – the complex underground root system helps to bind and build soil, while the above-ground […]

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Blog, Food

Hunting for the Best Coffee in Suva

After having a two-week trip to Suva extended to six, I decided to start hunting around for the best local coffee spots. For a seriously spoilt, Sydney coffee head like me, finding the right coffee spot was essential to my productivity while writing, working remotely and meeting people in Suva. With a few pointers from […]

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Food, Social Justice, Wellbeing

Turning the Tide on Obesity and Undernutrition

LAUNCH FOOD, a new and exciting challenge calls on all Pacific innovators – individuals, schools, universities, organisations and companies – to put forward their ideas around how to create meaningful change to solve food and nutrition issues that are faced by people in their local community. Backed by The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s […]

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Food, Your Stories

Sweet Sweet Love Candy Bar

Over the past few years, candy buffet tables have taken over by storm and have changed the way we host our events. This new and booming industry has made way for ‘creative sweet tooth thinkers’ to build thriving businesses, and Sweet Sweet Love Candy Bar is one of them. Yesterday we listened to Va Waqalevu, […]

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Food, Your Stories

Sydney’s Dessert Queens

Most of us can admit to drooling over their photos and if you’re lucky enough, you’ve had the chance to have them cater for your event. We were lucky enough to speak with Kelly – one of the ladies behind the dynamic duo that make up Sydney’s Dessert Queens (SDQ) and here’s what she had […]

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