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6 Meaningful Ways to Give Back To Your Local Community

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Unpacking The Label, How Activist James Parr Is Dismantling Stereotypes This Year And Beyond

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The Joy Of Performing And Embracing Spontaneity With Producer, Kid Fiction

For artists like Isaac who are drawn to creating, music is undeniably in their blood, so we've teamed up with Australian Red Cross…

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Finding Creativity Through Routine And The Importance Of Giving Back With Memphis LK

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I Spent A Week Embracing A More Sustainable Morning Routine, Here’s What I Learned

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From A Viral Instagram Post To Building A Social Movement With Chanel Contos

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Yalinguth And The Builders Arms Are Hosting An Evening Of Song And Story For Naidoc Week

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Crush The Kilometres And Help Make A Difference This World Ocean Day

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Skincare is getting a sustainable glow up. There’s new energy bubbling in 2022 with customers making conscious choices and brands who…

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Break The Bias: Where To Celebrate International Women’s Day in Melbourne This Year

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7 Easy Ways To Pay It Forward And Feel Good This Holiday Season

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Dylan Alcott’s Ability Fest Is Making Its Triumphant Return This Year

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How Kester Black’s Anna Ross Created A Sustainable Beauty Empire

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Be Inspired By ‘Democracy In Colour’ Australia’s First Racial And Economic Justice Organisation

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Experience The Food And Culture Of Melbourne’s Migrant Community At Free To Feed In North Fitzroy

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Learn About Climate Breakdown In The Daintree Rainforest With This VR Experience

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Show Your Fave Zero-Waste Brand Some Love By Voting In The Circle Awards Now

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Everything You Need To Know About ‘Data Bias’ And How It Affects Women

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Assistance Dogs Australia Is Looking For People To Look After Their Pups In Training For A Year

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9 Ways To Celebrate International Women’s Day In Melbourne This Year

International Women’s Day is this Monday 8 March, but that doesn’t mean you only have one day to celebrate. There are plenty of…

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Touch On, Melbourne’s Art Trams Will Be Designed Exclusively By First Nations Artists For 2021

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​Here’s How To Make An Impact This Festive Season, According To Trailblazer Jan Fran

If this year has taught us anything, it’s that we can no longer stand back and turn a blind eye to the injustices of the world.

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Sustainability Spotlight | Get Behind These 3 Aussies Changemakers Helping Our Planet

We’re passing the mic to three ethical trailblazers making our world a better place.

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Lend a Hand, This Online Platform Connects Volunteers To Those In Need

The Victorian Government, working with Volunteering Victoria, has launched an online service connecting anyone who’s keen to lend a…

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Learn The Original Aboriginal Names For The Areas That Melbourne Suburbs Now Occupy

Back in 2018 a Deakin University study identified Aboriginal names for Melbourne's initial suburbs such as Fitzroy, St Kilda,…

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Why You Need To Get Around These 7 Boss Females Making Powerful Social Change

At Urban List, we strongly believe in working together to make small, sustainable changes towards a greener, more socially conscious planet.…

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Cue The Inspiration, The World’s First Hijabi Ballerina Stephanie Kurlow On Chasing Your Passions

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How To Help Families Currently In ‘Hard Lockdown’ In Melbourne High-Rise Towers

The residents of the towers across Flemington, Kensington, and North Melbourne had little time to react, and would have to stay within their…

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See Destiny Deacon’s First Solo Show In 15 Years At The NGV This July

Following the NGV announcing its reopening in late June, Melbourne’s culture vultures can splendour in the news that…

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What You Need To Know About Melbourne’s Black Lives Matter Protest Happening This Saturday

This weekend, the country will see several solidarity protests for the death of George Floyd and as well as the deaths of Aboriginal and…

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Have A Positive Impact On The World With Us As We Take On Sustainability

Let us introduce Urban List Sustainability, a commitment we are launching in partnership with Bank Australia to take our platform and our…

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If you don’t know Flex Mami, then you must have been living under a rock. A very uncool rock. Flex, or Lillian to her closest pals, is…