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Saving Koalas: It’s easy if we do it right

By Courtney Cavanough and Fatera Ahmed Australia’s horrific bushfires have reportedly killed more than 5000 koalas. The fires have caused a great decline in koala numbers, as land clearing, urban development and dry land conditions continue contributing to koala deaths every day. NSW’s koala population has declined by between 30 and 67 per cent since […]

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What Is Happening In Chile? An Interview With Chilean Students In Sydney

Australia has a well-established Chilean expat community who came here following the military coup in the 1970’s. The violent coup which saw the death and disappearance of thousands of Chilean citizens overthrew the democratically elected government and established a dictatorship for nearly thirty years. I spoke to two Chilean students who organised, together with other […]

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Meat Alternatives Pose Health Risk To Those On Plant Based Diets, Research Shows

By Erin Hughes   A report has come out of the George Institute for Global Health in Melbourne this week, stating that many meat alternative products are incredibly high in sodium, fats, and sugars, in order to make them taste better. Senior public health nutritionist Clare Farrand, who conducted the research, has stated that although […]