“I was 15 when I first started limiting what I ate, and even being aware of what I was eating at all. I used to eat anything without putting much thought into it. My biggest influences in changing my diet were my friends at school. They were starting to go to the gym, eat less sugary sweets from the canteen, and eating healthier foods instead”
You probably know Josh Pringle’s work without even knowing his name. His Keep Tassie Wild artwork can be seen on car bumpers, jackets, t-shirts and walls around Hobart and beyond, and his distinctive style is in hot demand.
Back in December, I had a lovely little chat with a young man by the name of Felix Buckley. Felix is an eighteen year old trans-guy from the North of the state. What caught my attention about Felix was that he was an Air Force cadet, I was fascinated by his experience being gender diverse and working in the military.
ABC’s Heywire put a call out to LGBTI+ young people living in regional places, wanting to hear their voices. In 2017, we responded with Hear & Queer
Café Culture and the brunch experience in our quaint little town, join Jaye Bowden as she visits some of Hobart’s most tasty places for your sweet or Savoury fix!
Burgers. Love them or hate them, they’re a reliable fast and affordable food found within the urban sprawl.
But sometimes, it can be hard to know what makes a good burger.
Dahria Smith found her passion in an unlikely way, skipping English classes and sneaking into Photography. While that might not work for everyone, Dahria shares her journey towards success and her dreams for the future.
A short bio about our issue 9 feature artist Alice Cooley
This years YAS team conducted a survey to find out what issues are most important to young people in Hobart today.
Hobart’s fourth annual Light Up the Lane Festival
Life changes pretty quickly, don’t you think? Skylah Fisher asks a few young people a valuable question: What I wish I knew five years ago. How would you respond?
Bullying – whether you are a victim, a witness or maybe even an unintentional perpetrator – is something too many of us face.