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charity shop, fashion, kettle mag
Charity shops: Fashionable again.
After discovering the joys of second hand clothing, I won't be going back to high street shops any time soon.
8 Vegan baking recipes to make this Christmas
Before going vegan I was under the impression that I would never really be able to enjoy sweet
food waste, kettle mag
I've bean thinking - we should root for change.
Why does so much food get wasted even before it hits the shelf? Kettle writer Kirstin Barney explores food wastage and how we should change our mindsets towards buying food.
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Australia votes yes for same-sex marriage
'Love wins' again as the Australian public historically votes yes for same-sex marriage in the country.
Mangoes, kettle mag,
Where the girl goes, the mangoes: my time on a mango farm
When most people think of Australia they think of beaches, beers and BBQ’s, and generally that’s pretty accurate. This is until you venture into the remote, wild state that is the Northern Territory.
student stress, kettle mag
Self compassion a key to dealing with fresher stress
How to deal with stress as a student
tinned food, kettle mag
You gotta be tin it to din it — sometimes
Tinned food has a boring reputation. Here are some Ideas to spice it up- both sweet and savoury.
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Crisis charity shops - a good crisis to be in
Sally Rohleder loved the Crisis charity shop s much, she got a job there!
Black Friday, shopping, London, style, Jasmine Butler, Kettle Mag
Get set for Black Friday fashion
Black Friday is fashion bargain day...
Should lectures come with trigger warnings?
Following an article in The Guardian last week, Charlie Bradford-Gibbs discusses whether or not trigger warnings have a place in the lecture hall.