During Science Week 2016 Diploma student Catherine Turner spoke with the Indigenous Education Officer, Renee Cawthorne, about introducing school kids to the museum’s Indigenous Science gallery.
BY CLAIRE PHILLIPS I know I know, I’m a bit late with this one. But The Walking Dead just restarted, and I wasn’t totally aware of the fact because I live under a rock. A rock that has internet, but that avoids ads like the plague. I’m assuming that if you’re reading this you have […]
By Simon Edds It sounds like the opening line of a traveling medicine man’s big sell: “In just one hour, the debilitating symptoms of your anxiety, insomnia, depression, stress and even jet lag can be greatly improved!” Hordes of eager customers gather round, hands raised in the air, each stuffed full of cash, wanting to […]
By Merhi Taleb Randa Abdel-Fattah is an author, lawyer and human rights activist of Palestinian and Egyptian parentage. She was born in Melbourne and now lives in Sydney with her husband and two children. Randa Abdel-Fattah is deeply interested in inter-faith dialogue and has been a member of various inter-faith networks. She has also volunteered […]