Melissa Fine

Nutritionist & Freelance Writer 

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BA - English Literature (Creative Writing + Media Writing)                            Adv Dip Nutritional Medicine

A Whole New Underground World To Open In St James Station's Ghost Tunnels

Many Sydneysiders are unaware that there is a network of ghost tunnels beneath St James Station, comprising 6,000 square metres of underground space. Soon, it might be home to a family-friendly dining and entertainment precinct, with up-and-coming bars, eateries and shops, and a space for shows and cultural events. Think Barangaroo below ground. Built in the 1920s, the intention of the St James tunnels was to create a train link to the northern beaches - this was never seen through due to the

5 of the Healthiest Soups from the Supermarket

Quick and easy, a ready-to-go-soup can make a healthy lunch, dinner or snack option, provided you know what to look for... Why not pull this guide out next time you're in the soup aisle? Whether you’re vegan, dairy free, gluten free, on a lower salt or low FODMAP diet, we’ve found a clean supermarket soup option for everyone...happy slurping! Why we love it: Why we love it: Why we love it: Yes to bringing bone broth to the supermarket! Why we love thi

A $16 Cup Of Coffee Is No Joke At This Sydney Cafe

He's the barista behind the newest stripped-back cafe hotspot ONA Coffee Marrickville, but before you act so Sydney (read: will drive for good coffee and a fancy pastry of some sort), you might want to take a look at the menu prices. The coffee options in ONA's 'Vintage' menu range from 9 to 16 bucks a pop - and that's not for a bag of coffee beans but for a literal cup of coffee. 50 to 100 customers a day are investing in a $9 through to $16 coffee on the weekends, according to Sestic, who arg

This New Underground Sydney Library Is All Kinds Of Wonderful

Thanks to complex engineering techniques, the newest library in town has established itself above and underground with six levels, on land that was previously a swamp! Introducing City of Sydney's Green Square Library - officially now open, it's the newest addition to the up-and-coming hotspot Zetland (a pool of epic proportions is coming to the area shortly). The cutting-edge, award-winning design by two companies, Stewart Hollenstein together with Stewart Architecture, features a glass entry

Have Breakfast With 200+ Alpacas & Llamas...Only A Short Drive From Sydney

While most Aussie kids have gotten up close and personal with the koalas, there's a new meet-and-greet animal experience in town: Breakfast with Alpacas & Lllamas - over 200 of them - at Alpaca Magic in Sutton, only a 3.5 hour drive from Sydney...BEST brekkie date ever! What's the difference between an alpaca and llama, and what is their breakfast of choice? And why is their fleece called the 'fibre of the gods?' The experienced farmers at Alpaca Magic have been breeding alpacas and llamas si

Not So Organic...Popular Baby Skincare Brand Fined Close To $40K For Misleading Mums

Lining the baby skincare shelves at a number of health food stores and supermarkets, GAIA Natural Baby has paid the ACCC (Australian Competition and Consumer Commission) a $37,800 fine for describing three of their products as 'Pure', 'Natural' and 'Organic' - in spite of them containing two synthetic chemical preservatives: sodium hydroxyl methyl glycinate and phenoxyethanol. While organic certification isn’t legally required for Australian products to be titled as ‘organic’ on the packaging,