|megpie71 (megpie71) wrote,|
@ 2017-02-19 08:18:00
|Entry tags:||activism: three things|
What Went Right - 19 FEB 2017
Once again, three stories from the mainstream media about "what went right" rather than "what went wrong".
Watermelons smashed, eaten and celebrated in annual Chinchilla Melon Festival by Elly Bradfield (ABC Queensland)
The annual Chinchilla Melon Festival is on again, including things like a beach party, melon rodeo, melon games and a street parade.
Adelaide Fringe Parade kicks off proceedings for 2017 with lights and glitter by ABC South Australia (uncredited)
The second-largest arts festival in the world (the only one larger is the Edinburgh Fringe Festival) has kicked off for the year, and will run until 19 March.
Australian company behind bee-friendly bio insecticide Sero-X secures deal to keep production in Goondiwindi by Sean Murphy (ABC Landline, New South Wales)
The company behind a new bio-insecticide which is safe for bees and other beneficial insects has managed to secure funding which will keep its production operations in Australia. The pesticide, Sero-X, is manufactured in Goondiwindi, and has peptides from the butterfly pea as an active ingredient.
So there's the three for today. If you've found any stories about "what went right" rather than "what went wrong", why not share them in the comments?
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