Pacific National has begun scrapping railway assets in NSW says the Rail Revival Alliance
Newcastle Rail Judgement In July says the Rail Revivial Alliance
Newcastle rail line necessary for progress
A special levy on land values would fund the Melbourne Metro Rail
MP Geoff Lee: Parramatta needs multiple, shorter light rail lines
Brisbane Valley rail trail group reboots funding campaign
Toll motorists to pay for rail tunnel, expert says
McCloy lays property interests on the table
The east-west link is dead - a victory for 21st-century thinking
Here's what a real infrastructure plan looks like - Everald Compton
It doesn't take much to convince us that a doughnut is a good idea – but if it's support of conservation efforts for the hardest-working insects around, well, we'll take a dozen. Donut Papi Redfern is partnering up with NZ honey company Waimete Honey Co for an adorable new creation: the ‘Save the Bees’ doughnut is stuffed with honey, layered in white chocolate and citrus glaze and topped with a wattle seed and white chocolate honeycomb shard. Sugar rush, incoming. If you haven't heard, worldwide bee populations are struggling, likely due to a range of factors including monocultural, unsustainable farming, insecticides and pesticides, parasites, 'honey tampering' and climate change. Waimete Honey Co is doing its bit by using ethical beekeeping practices, avoiding bee exposure to pesticides and growing hive numbers – but there's a lot more work to be done. You'll be helping the fight in a little way, with $1 of proceeds from each doughnut going to Save the Bees Australia.
The bright yellow confections are available from January 20 until the end of the month (or until sold out). Each doughie is $8.50. Get in quick.
Want more? Check out this city's best deliverable desserts.
This article first appeared on www.timeout.com
About this website
Railpage version 3.10.0.0037
All logos and trademarks in this site are property of their respective owner. The comments are property of their posters, all the rest is © 2003-2021 Interactive Omnimedia Pty Ltd.
You can syndicate our news using one of the RSS feeds.