Maritime Operations students are tested to gauge their situational awareness and ability to handle pressure.
Korean students lead charge of 26 different nationalities in TAFE Ultimo enrolments.
Musician River Langford speaks with Off Campus about his music, and explains how growing up within the culture of Gumbaynggirr mob influences his work.
Pravati Panigrahi and Dianna Munzer capture the atmosphere of the Ultimo TAFE campus in winter.
Video by Erin Grant, Kerri Ellis, and Kat Vella Featured image: Alex E. Proimos/CC/Wikimedia Commons
By Aaaron Streatfeild @slazanom Observing commuters struggling to stay dry during the severe weather in Sydney recently, Missionbeat’s Shane Sturgiss noticed a discarded blanket in a doorway. In their haste to seek shelter and warmth, commuters passed the discarded blanket without noticing it. But it was at this point Shane realised, this blanket was once […]
BY CURREN RAJAN @currenrajan Joni Mitchell is in “good spirits” after she was rushed to the intensive care unit of a hospital in Los Angeles yesterday. The 71-year-old musician was found unconscious at her home in Bel Air. She regained consciousness during the ambulance ride to the hospital. The singer-songwriter’s official website released a statement declaring that […]
BY MICHAEL GOLDING In the word of awesome nerd things, Google has once again made an excellent Pac-Man Google hybrid especially for April Fool’s Day. And of all the places in world you can in world you can play, the most outrageous is on the streets of Pyongyang, North Korea. Only a select few outsiders […]
BY SEREIMA TAROGI @sereima49 Barnardos Australia has announced a new addition to Sydney’s running event calendar: The Barnardos Beach Bolt. Billed as a high-energy community event, The Barnardos Beach Bolt will take place on Coogee Beach starting at Grant Reserve on the southern end of Coogee and finishing up on the north end at Dunningham […]