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micosantos

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micosantos has written 753 posts for Style of Life

Three things you didn’t know about Blended Scotch Whisky

Grant’s, the world’s number three Scotch whisky, and Australia’s number two, has announced a global brand refresh which includes striking new packaging and a renaming of its signature blend and a refined core range. Launching in Australia this month, Grant’s Triple Wood is a new way of communicating the superiority of Grant’s liquid through its … Continue reading

Sylo and TrackBack partner to deliver game-changer for New Zealand exporters

A solution to combat the trillions of dollars of counterfeit items traded worldwide is imminent and it is expected to change the game for New Zealand exporters. Leading tech developers Sylo and TrackBack announced a partnership today which will deliver a world-leading E-Commerce platform enabling products to be reliably traced from production through to the … Continue reading

KOHAB launches new social property platform

Kohab, a property website helping people own property together, has launched its next offering; a collaborative social property platform set to disrupt the current experience of searching for, and buying property. A true social network, the online platform and app allows users to discover, discuss and decide on properties alongside buying partners, family, agents or … Continue reading

Perth cafés compost their coffee cups and divert thousands of waste from landfill

A popular café in Perth has diverted more than 33,000kgs of waste from landfill and created 23 tonnes of compost since taking part in a composting initiative three months ago. Environmentally sustainable packaging firm Biopak set Yelo up with specially designed collection bins for used coffee cups and takeaway food packaging, which was then collected … Continue reading

Internationally renowned success coach Kurek “The Transformer” Ashley helps people find their fire.

  Olympic gold medallist and TV personality Giaan Rooney had only known world-leading success coach Kurek Ashley for a matter of hours before she was pumped up enough to undertake her first firewalk. Despite having gone through intense physical and emotional challenges while competing for Australia, Giaan was overcome with emotion from the experience, which aired … Continue reading

Vegan Activism

The  Adelaide Vegan Outreach  are an animal rights activist group located in Adelaide. Run by a small group of passionate and active friends, we strive to spread knowledge and truth about the animal agriculture industries, we aim to support and encourage the curious to explore a vegan lifestyle.

Real Grocer offers a sustainable alternative to single-use plastic bags

Australians currently use almost four billion plastic bags every year, and only around three percent of those are recycled. That leaves the vast majority to end up in landfill, or among the 8 million metric tonnes of plastic waste that finds its way into our oceans every year. Single-use plastic bags were banned in Tasmania … Continue reading

Robot shows it’s not all bending and twisting

Some slipped disc injuries might be caused by movements other than the commonly blamed bending and twisting, according to new research by South Australian engineers. It’s a finding that will lead to a better understanding of the motions that put people at greatest risk of a slipped disc and help develop more robust guidelines for … Continue reading

Internet of the Things

What is Internet of the Things? The Internet of things (IoT) is the network of physical devices, vehicles, home appliances, and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and connectivity which enables these things to connect, collect and exchange data, creating opportunities for more direct integration of the physical world into computer-based systems, resulting … Continue reading

Melbourne designer Natalie Hutton wins her first international World Of Wearable Art award for her Claudia Savage label

Melbourne designer Natalie Hutton has taken home her first international accolade this weekend at the World Of Wearable Art awards in New Zealand. One of only eight Australian finalists in this year’s finals hosted at a gala event on Friday night, Natalie’s Claudia Savage was up against 148 finalists from 17 countries. Her debut piece, Echoplex – Goddess … Continue reading