By @hannahdunlop Most evenings, Sam Jones passed through a supermarket on the way back to his flat after work. Despite begin raised by two food-loving parents, Sam was not known for any cooking ability. In fact, he was know for the opposite; once setting fire to his curtains at ten o’clock in the evening when […]
Jack Marx is a journalist and author, well-known for his Walkley Award-winning story ‘I was Russell Crowe’s stooge‘, and a controversial biography of legendary muso Stevie Wright. Q&A by Dylan Berg.
BY VALERIA MARTINEZ @lolvaleria Rescue cats crowd our RSPCAs and small shelters each day. More than 35,000 die each year at RSPCA because of lack of space and not enough adoptions. Adopting, volunteering and donating are great ways to help these animals in need. However, there’s a different way that is unique. A four minute […]
Flynn Dunbavan spoke with Wongaibon man Wayne Fazldeen about connecting with his culture. Featured image: Aboriginal Rock Art, Anbangbang Rock Shelter, Kakadu National Park, Australia According to ozoutback.com.au, it shows Namondjok, a Creation Ancestor, with his wife Barrginj below, the Lightning Man Namarrgon to the right, and a group of men and women with ceremonial headdresses underneath. […]
Where does spirituality end and science begin? CHRISTIAN JAILER writes that science is starting to provide evidence for some of our spiritual beliefs. Quantum physics, also known as quantum mechanics, is a central theory in physics that examines the tiniest particles and energies revealed in nature. These comprise of atoms and subatomic particles such as electrons […]
By Jasmine Ryan @JasmineRyanTAFE The online world has caused a divide between human connections in the real world. In situations where we feel bored or have nothing to do our natural human instincts would be to talk to somebody either next to us or start up a conversation with a total stranger, to read a […]
By Thomas English @thomasjenglish7 On Sorry Day and during Reconciliation Week Australians say sorry for the policies that led to the Stolen Generations. For more than 100 years the government had an official policy of removing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children from their families. The majority of children were taken between 1869 and 1969, but […]
Thank you for joining us for today’s program, ‘Connections’, in recognition of Sorry Day and Reconciliation Week 2018. Today we acknowledge the ongoing anguish felt by families torn apart by government policies that created the Stolen Generations. We grieve that there is still so far to go before we close the gap. In ‘Connections’ we […]
By Harry Ashford-Cox @harryashford15 Relationships come in all shapes and sizes. Perfect or complicated, movie and TV relationships often show us reflections of our own relationships – with partners, family or even friends. Here are five tricky ones. Romeo and Juliet in Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet definitely love one another and the movie does a […]
Another Friday, another awesome weekend playlist, courtesy Flynn Dunbavan, Rob Frezza-Mangone, Harry Dunn and Liam Maddren.