News

We Are One And Free

Always was, always will be This country and its people are not young and the land was not free. The Indigenous people of Australia hold over 60,000 years of history and in light of NAIDOC week NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian calls for the Australian Anthem to be changed. Her suggestion is to make a small […]

Environment

Eco Ableism, Classism and Straws

Eco-ableism is simply a form of ableism, or discrimination in favour of able-bodied people. Like racism, ableism marginalises a group of people and creates a second class citizenry. Biodegradable products are typically less accessible, more expensive, and rarely offer a genuine replacement for their plastic predecessor. Recent environmental campaigns have focused on the use of plastic […]

Music

Reclaiming Thunder Road

In January 2020, I embarked on a roadtrip with 3 friends to drive from the inner west of Sydney down to Melbourne just before I started my Tafe course. The purpose of the trip was to travel down to watch football (soccer), with us following our team Sydney FC away to Melbourne for the annual […]

News

The last meal

By Lan Nguyen @HoangLanWorld Food preferences speak volumes about our character and personality. The last meal, a customary ritual that precedes execution for capital punishment, is an extreme moment of life and the last time inmates get to express themselves, without words. Australia does not have capital punishment. It is one of more than 100 […]