Author: Talia Liolios

The jigsaw puzzle comeback – shop local

Local photographer and gallery owner Scott Leggo launched an Australian landscape jigsaw puzzle range with impeccable timing. The online store scottleggo.com went live simultaneous to Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, comments that jigsaw puzzles were an ‘essential item’ in this time of crisis. Designed to help people in home isolation, locals seeking puzzles for the family will no longer need to brave the shopping malls. Forced to shut his physical gallery in Kingston due to the impacts of COVID-19, Scott and his team saw a need to bring a little bit of fun as well as creativity into peoples homes during this...

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Chef channel takeover – send us your selfies

Your doors may be closed, but we will not let you be forgotten. OutInCanberra is calling on all local chefs to send us a selfie or 15 second video for OutInCanberra to repost. We want you to leverage our channel in this time of need to promote your business and the efforts they are going to internally, tell the Canberra community you’ll be back soon, plus thank them for their support. You need our audience more than we do right now. Here’s how to get involved, either: Post on your Facebook page and tag @outincanberra so we can repost...

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Click N Collect Estate Style

Pialligo Estate is stepping up for the community with the speedy launch of their digital grocer. Recently, the team opened the Farm Shop Café which promised locals access to some of the finest produce in the region. Through the CORVID-19 crisis, the estate has maintained this promise with their Grocer Click N Collect providing access to orchards, market gardens, butchery, bakery, smokehouse, kitchens, wine cellar and beer fridge. Produce is picked from the garden daily which is farmed using organic practices. Pialligo Estate are doing everything they can closer to home, more often than not right from their own...

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‘No Biggie’ meals launch today – a local effort to keep hospitality alive

No Biggie is a ready-to-eat food service created to start a movement in the hospitality industry. It runs on dark kitchens, and aims to keep hospitality workers employed while keeping Canberra fed with a feeling of food security. No Biggie is a hyperlocal effort to keep the hospitality alive in unity while supporting the local community during this time of crisis. The meal service exists to provide a level of industry certainty in an uncertain time. The meals, which can be conveniently heated or frozen for later use, are launching at $10 to ensure that local residents have access to optimal nutrition. No Biggie Meals aim to reduce the wastage Canberra...

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BentSpoke upgrade their iconic 360-degree rip lid

Since 2016, BentSpoke has been easily recognised by their 360-degree rip lid. With a rapidly expanding distribution the line, the local brewing heroes have had to seek a nifty alternative due to a worldwide halt in production of these lids. The new wide lid maintains an individuality in the craft scene, with a sleek black appearance featuring ‘B’ for BentSpoke. Having brewed Australia’s favourite IPA Crankshaft three years in a row; Head Brewer and Co-Founder Richard Watkins has always put customer experience first at BentSpoke. “We have always loved our 360 lids that have lived our mantra of bending...

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