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Medical breakthrough for Australia’s most common cancer.

Edith Cowan University, Kate Purnell
March 16, 2019

Radiation therapy has undergone major advances over the past five years, particularly as a therapy for treating skin cancer. A nationwide team of radiation oncologists have been applying new radiotherapy...

REVIEW: Pond’s Tasmania

Edith Cowan University, Mason Smith
March 16, 2019

The eighth studio album from Fremantle psychedelic rock outfit, Pond, is their most spacey, atmospheric and cohesive yet. With glittery synths and punchy drums that support their most gloomy and introspective...

REVIEW: Captain Marvel is exactly what you were expecting.

Edith Cowan University, Josh Smith
March 16, 2019

It might feature the first female lead to carry a Marvel film, some nostalgic ’90s throwbacks, and a ginger cat that plays a surprisingly large role in the development of the plot, but Disney’s Captain...

Reviving the ‘lost skills’ of traditional waka Pacific voyaging

Auckland University of Technology, Hele Ikimotu, Blessen Tom
February 24, 2019

The president of the Samoa Voyaging Society, Schannel van Dijken, says humans cannot thrive without looking after their landscapes and seascapes.

Berrima Farmers, Landowners Threatened by Proposed Coal Mine

New York University, Sydney, Jack Brogan
February 18, 2019

Residents in the small NSW town of Berrima are battling a coal mine proposal that could wipe out their water supplies.

Visa site a red-tape hurdle for would-be Aussies

University of Technology Sydney, Gabriela Mancilla
February 12, 2019

Changes to a Department of Home Affairs website have left migrants struggling to find and complete reams of visa paperwork.

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Conversations With My Uber Driver

University of Sydney, Jaime Di Laudo | March 12, 2019

It's amazing what people will tell you if you ask nicely

ID, please

University of Canberra, Ruby Becker | February 5, 2019

The reporting of any war naturally focuses on the human casualties but there are always hidden consequences from the destructive forces of conflict. Ruby Becker explores the impact of war on identity, in particular, on Syria and its people in a two-part video story she produced as part of the Australia-Middle East Journalism Exchange. Watch episode 1 here. Watch episode 2 here.  

Life on Fiji’s Rabi Island – simple, peaceful and full of smiles

Auckland University of Technology, Hele Ikimotu | January 24, 2019

Our trip to Rabi Island in Fiji was a long journey, first starting with a bus ride from Suva, driving straight onto a ferry in Natovi and arriving in Nabouwalu. That trip alone was about seven to eight hours. From there, my uncle, Aretana Kabure, picked us up and let us borrow the car to head into Savusavu. After exploring the area for a bit, we then caught another bus which drove onto Princess...

The poor man’s guitar

Macleay College, John Hall | January 23, 2019

There has been a rise in the popularity of cigar box guitars but they have been around for almost two centuries.

Sick soldiers fight for justice

Macleay College, James Hearnes | January 22, 2019

These Australian soldiers were serving the nation. They say they were left damaged for life. 

Statewide: Early Voting

RMIT, William Ton | November 23, 2018

William Ton speaks to early voters ahead of the November 24 election

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University student journalism from Australia and the Pacific
University student journalism from Australia and the Pacific