Friday, May 3 2013
Stephen Polesel investigates the royal commission into child sex abuse.
Friday, April 19 2013
Melissa Di Giacomo looks at Australia’s staggering figures of sexual harassment in the workplace, and the silence forced upon those who encounter it.
Monday, April 8 2013
“The problem is that exchange students are shepherded from one university-organized event to another, caught in a convenient routine like backpackers on an STA tour. They may have a great time, but do they return home having fulfilled their original goal of getting to know the locals, the language and the culture?”
Rob Eisen looks at the University’s student exchange program.
Wednesday, April 3 2013
Our federal politicians overwhelming voted against legislation to change the definition of the Marriage Act on September 19, 2012, rejecting gay marriage and leaving Australia lagging behind a growing number of gay-friendly states. Stephen Polesel explores Australia’s attitudes towards gay marriage.
Tuesday, March 26 2013
With the economy still booming, our mounting obsession with NYC’s bright lights and Vietnam’s cheap phõ could jeopardise any one of the 118,000 workers directly employed in Victorian tourism alone. Phoebe St John examines why we never travel Australia anymore.
Monday, March 18 2013
Monday, March 11 2013
Merran Reed investigates the pains and gains of young people heading down the mines.
Tuesday, March 5 2013
Derrick Krusche sits down with author and ex-K Rudd speechwriter James Button to talk writing words for pollies.
Monday, March 4 2013
Michael Horn looks at the sinister reality of neo-Nazi music selling right alongside pop tracks.
Monday, February 25 2013
It shocked the world, but for Ishita Mattoo it was just around the corner. She reflects on women’s safety in India from the ground in Delhi.
If you’re reading this, you’re probably a young person. Maybe you enjoy reading. If so, you are—whether you like it or not—part of the target demographic for ‘new adult fiction’, a genre invented to bridge the gap between young adult and general fiction.
When people put together their bucket list, going to court doesn’t usually make the cut. Much like prisons, brothels, and the Docklands, the courts are one of those places Melbournians have cruelly stigmatised.
Walking into Senator John Madigan’s office it’s obvious he’s not your average politician. Ned Kelly paraphernalia adorns the walls. A plethora of blacksmithing tools, a nod to his former vocation, are displayed about the room.
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