Nat Kassel

mental health

How My Mum's Hoarding Affected My Childhood

“Rotting food was a regular part of my home environment... My earliest memories include clutter.”
Nat Kassel
6.9.20
Food

We Asked Delivery Drivers Which Is the Worst Company to Work for

All are bad, but some are borderline criminal.
Nat Kassel
4.28.20
Extremes

Building a Miniature Planet Earth Is Hard, But We Keep Trying

So far, all experiments have ended with crews running low on oxygen and fighting each other. This is a problem if we're to ever reach Mars.
Nat Kassel
3.4.20
Culture

How the Loving Community of Byron Learned to Hate a Sculpture

The so-called "Disco Dong" lasted eight months before it was dismantled for scrap metal.
Nat Kassel
9.24.19
lifestyle

The Story of How Airbnb Eradicated Rentals in Byron Bay

...And turned Byron's rental property landlords into millionaires.
Nat Kassel
4.11.19
crime

Instagrammers Are Getting Scammed by a Mysterious 'Con Queen'

By imitating film directors, CEOs, and Rupert Murdoch's ex-wife, some unknown woman is duping influencers out of thousands.
Nat Kassel
2.8.19
Australiana

This Guy Blew $50K on Buck Hunter... and Is Now Ranked #4 in the World

How one Sydney bartender turned low aspirations into an art form.
Nat Kassel
1.23.19
sustainability

Is Living in a Tiny House Something People Actually Enjoy?

We talked to people about the realities of hyper compact living.
Nat Kassel
11.9.18
Travel

We Got to the Bottom of Bali's Abandoned Plane Mystery

What's it doing wedged between houses in Kuta?
Nat Kassel
7.16.18
Australiana

Inside the Drunk, Violent World of Tree Planting in Victoria’s Bush

It wrecks your body, but fills your wallet.
Nat Kassel
2.5.18
Interviews

Hector Gachan Blends Dreamy Pop With Memories of Post-War Sarajevo

This is music that nods to Tame Impala, Mac DeMarco and Bosnian soccer hooliganism.
Nat Kassel
9.12.17
Australiana

Three Guys Explain How and Why They Kill Cats

Cats are possibly the greatest threat to Australian wildlife. We talked to environmentalists taking matters into their own hands.
Nat Kassel
7.5.17
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