Anthony Albanese sparked hope and joy among Indigenous Australians with his first press conference as Prime Minister.
Cumberland councillor Kun Huang discusses the Government’s handling of the pandemic, his experiences as an Asian-Australian politician and also Australia-China relations.
Australia’s Great Barrier Reef World Heritage listing is currently splashed across the international press for all the wrong reasons.
Kaitlyn Bennett, AKA the notorious Kent State Gun Girl, uses her platforms on social media, including Tik Tok and Youtube, to publicly shame the LGBT+ community, Left-Wingers, and blue-haired feminists. The young-adult version of ‘Karen’ is an example of extreme conservative pro-gun, pro-Trump, and pro-life opinions. Kaitlin conducts interviews American college students on controversial social […]
By Hannah Dunlop Budget lingo can be hard to understand, especially as we can often feel disconnected to the world of finance and financial management. But listening to the radio, scrolling through social media and reading news articles can still mean we are confronted with phrases that feel way too financial. Below are some ones […]
RESEARCHED AND PRESENTED BY BRENDAN TANG, DIVANEEL TIBDIXIOUS, JACK CLIFTON and LAURA SMITH He has seemingly done more to put the world offside than get it behind him, but Fuckface von Clownstick has been elected as the next President of the United States. While Millennials were very vocal in their opposition toward Trump, it would appear early […]
Presenter: Yvette Jurd; Producer: Mert Blakanli Featured image: Protesters at Sydney’s March in May. Photo: Jerry Dohnal/CC/flickr
‘We live in a country that can afford to take care of everyone.’ Protesters at March in May. STORY AND PHOTOS BY KIAN HALL The rumbling hum of protest fills the air as people gather in Belmore Park, Sydney CBD, for the March in May. People, young and old gather to show their anger, […]
BY MATTHEW WATTS Nobody wants to see asylum seekers drowning at sea, that’s a given, but that isn’t the whole issue by a long shot. There is a lot of debate around asylum seeker policy in Australia, in particular the ‘turn back the boats’ policy and offshore processing both inspire heated argument from both sides […]
BY KAHLIA KIM-SHEPPARD With numbers shifting in each opinion poll, every vote cast in the upcoming election is crucial, especially the ones of young people going to the ballot box for the first time. Asked how important the verdict of first-time voters will be in September, cabinet minister and Member for Watson Tony Burke has […]