www.indianlink.com.au/ The Delaneys of Delhi

“High carbon luxuries in the west like car, meat consumption, flying that are seen as necessities, actually aren’t. We don’t want to romanticise poverty yet we note our neighbours remain remarkably content even though they don’t have all the stuff we have there.” Full story here

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indianlink.com.au/ Prabhavati Meppayil at Biennale

Prabhavati Meppayil’s majestic installation ‘sb/eighteen’ (2018) occupies a huge rectangular wall at the entrance court of Art Gallery of New South Wales. Intricately placed traditional artisan tools, geometric in form, are the focal point of this creative. Full story here

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indianlink.com.au/ NS Harsha at Biennale

There is no escaping the dramatic impact of 900 teak elephants stamping through NS Harsha’s stunning wall-mounted installation, Reclaiming the inner space, 2018, on display at the Art Gallery of New South Wales for Biennale Sydney. According to Harsha, they are carrying the weight of today’s brutal times. Full story here

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cinemaspotter.com/ Goodbye Om Puri

“You would fall in love with him. He has this wonderful warmth. He was the guy who would have the big feasts. He would cook Indian food for everyone, and make a family feeling on the set… His nature is fun, funny and unbelievably warm. I hate to use the word teddy bear, but he is like that. You just want to hug him. He’s that kind of a guy.”

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careerone.com.au/ Mental health workers help people recover

Some everyday tasks like meal preparation, shopping or just making conversation are at times challenging for someone suffering from a serious mental illness.

For mental health worker, Nicolette Knighton, a graduate occupational therapist with Broadmeadows Adult Inpatient Unit, being part of her patients’ journey to recovery is the most satisfying part of her job.

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