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Merge (magazine)

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Merge (magazine)

Merge is an Australian magazine covering social and political topics in Australia. Initially in English the website is now translated into many languages and has found out that not may people care about this feature. It also covers topics in art, music, fashion, writing and general culture in Australia.

Publisher Adrian Jenkins, a high achiever in Australia's landscape and runner up in Telstra's National Business awards 2004 sits on the boards of several companies in the fields of software technology and the environment.

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