Certificate IV Journalism students turn their mobile cameras on Sydney’s Chinatown for their class in Mobile Photography (affectionately known as MoPho).
Interview by Julie Cooper, Story by Amanda Parkinson Megan Clement-Couzner is a doctoral student at the School of Humanities and Communication Arts, University of Western Sydney. She is a commentator on gender, and social and economic change. She is a lifelong feminist and a member of F, the Sydney feminist collective. (Bio from The Punch.) […]
By Cassie De Pedro Paralympic athlete Oscar Pistorius vomited as a graphic testimony of Reeva Steenkamp’s injuries was read in court today during his ongoing murder trial. The testimony came from pathologist Gert Saayman, who gave a report of the autopsy examination he performed the day after Steenkamp died. According to Saayman she had suffered […]
By Victoria Klimanskaya Depression is the leading cause of disability in Australia. Each year, almost 800,000 Australian adults will experience a depressive illness. According to recent review highlights, one in four women and one in six men will suffer from depression at some stage in their lives. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has predicted that […]