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How Dinara Kasko makes spectacular cakes with a 3D printer

Nowadays, Dinara Kasko cooks alongside the world''s best pastry chefs and has more than 500,000 fans following her every cake-making move on Instagram - but not long ago, baking was just a hobby.

She was working as an architectural visualiser (creating representations of architectural designs) in Kharkov, Ukraine, and making cakes was just something she did for fun.

''''I realised that baking and pastry was far more interesting to me than architecture. Time goes by so fast when I''m in the kitchen thinking about cakes, moulds and recipes,'''' she tells SBS Food. ... more

Mr Sticker opens up new revenue streams with world-first Konica Minolta C71cf label printer

Mr Sticker is an Australian family-owned company established in 1980 to supply pressure-sensitive labels and specialised tags. It has grown from a single foil printing machine to a factory containing more than 10 printing machines plus ancillary equipment.

Mr Sticker is a registered manufacturer of export labels for meat products for the Australian Quarantine & Inspection Service (AQIS). The company specialises in fast-turnaround jobs. ... more

Energy Australia takes the lead in the fight against paper fees, Keep Me Posted applauds

It''s a first and it''s a huge win for Australian consumers, electricity and gas provider EnergyAustralia is scrapping paper bill fees and over-the-counter payment at Australia Post fees for all their customers.

Keep Me Posted Australia welcomes EnergyAustralia''s move and applauds the company for taking the lead in the fight against paper fees for all Australians.

''''At Keep Me Posted, we are thrilled by EnergyAustralia''s announcement, it�s terrific news for Australian consumers,'''' commented Keep Me Posted Executive Director Kellie Northwood. ... more

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