What Went Right - 26 MAR 2017
Pearl producers turn wasted by-product into seafood delicacy by Tyne Logan (ABC Western Australia)
Great Southern Shellfish, based in Albany, have started selling pearl oysters which are unsuitable for producing pearls as oysters for eating. The akoya oysters, which are raised in beds where other seafood for consumption are grown, are reported as tasting more like abalone than rock oyster, but local chefs are giving the product the thumbs-up.
Dance Academy writer Samantha Strauss says creating children's TV isn't all fun and games by Jade Macmillan (ABC Australia)
Samantha Strauss, the co-creator of ABC TV series Dance Academy, uses her own experience as a dancer to inform the way she writes the show. The series has spawned a film version, which is picking up eighteen months on from where the TV show left off.
Keeping South Australia's' Barossa Deutsch alive over kaffee und kuchen by Simon Royal (ABC South Australia)
Efforts are being made to keep the Barossa Deutsch (the dialect of German which evolved in the Barossa valley) alive by getting people who speak the language together for "kaffe und kuchen" (coffee and cakes). Professor Peter Mickan, a linguist, also interviews the remaining native speakers of the language, gaining knowledge of the language from them by this means.
So there's my three stories for the day. If you've found any articles about "what went right" in your news feeds, why not share them in the comments, and boost the signal?
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