Kat Vella interviews random passers-by about the discussions they are having (or not having) with people in their lives about potentially divisive issues.
Until the age of 25, I had spent my entire life living in a country town. Infrequent journeys to Sydney were a great source of enjoyment, but it was time spent in London, cramped and bustling, where I realised how much I enjoyed being in the city. The inescapable closeness, the constant, droning commotion […]
BY REBECCA BATES @waitingforfood1 As DonateLife week draws to a close in NSW, Australians are being asked, ‘If you’d say yes to a life-saving transplant, have you said yes to becoming an organ and tissue donor?’ At the official launch at Westmead Hospital last Monday, Minister for Health Jillian Skinner urged citizens to not only sign up […]
A humpback whale breaches off the coast of NSW. Photo: cweng50/flickr Australia wins whaling war By Constanza Ahumada The international court of justice ruled against Japan’s act of killing whales in the Antarctic, immediately putting an end to the slaughter. The Court laid in favour of Australia’s claim against Japan’s whale quest on […]