Local charities seem like the perfect store to find affordable clothes and pick up obscure objects for the house, but to those in need they serve as treasured community hubs.
National Reconciliation Week is held from the 27th of May to the 3rd of June each year to commemorate two significant dates in the reconciliation journey – and one of those dates belongs to the 1967 referendum.
Part of acknowledging and reconciling with First Nations people’s connection to the land starts with not just eating native foods, but having the conversations that they bring.
Are you one of the people who lives with their EpiPen at the ready? Well the food allergy authorities are coming to the rescue.
Humanity is about to get its first (willingly received!) moon rocks in 44 years thanks to China’s Chang’e 5 probe. Yes, it’s true – we’re spoilt with all the space rocks we’ve been getting recently. Chang’e 5 is China’s first sample return mission, and the first mission to retrieve lunar samples since the Soviet Luna […]
After travelling over 5 billion kilometres on a six year round trip, a Japanese spacecraft named Hayabusa 2 has completed its mission, potentially bringing us closer to unlocking more secrets of our solar system. The mission In late 2014, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) sent a probe to a near-Earth asteroid named Ryugu. This […]
The Milky Way galaxy has had a rough history of collisions with other galactic bodies, and as we get closer to our crash with Andromeda galaxy, we’re learning more about the mergers of the past. Our galaxy is built on collisions – over the last 12 billion years, at least a dozen other galaxies have […]
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 […]
Peter Morgan is a photographer and journalist from Sydney, Australia. He has documented his experiences in conflict zones in the Middle East through his photography. Fellow TAFE student Erin Grant interviews Peter Morgan about the photos that mean the most to him, and the incredible stories behind them. In 2016, you were doing human rights […]
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 […]