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Journalism is ‘The Antidote’: thought leaders call for change

November 15, 2019

Renowned journalists and international thought leaders were among the great minds who featured at this...

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Next gen journos in search of ideas, action and change

November 15, 2019

Who gets to speak? How do we cover Climate Change? They're just two of the global issues in need of an "Antidote".

Australia’s First Solar Garden offers renewables for renters

Australia’s First Solar Garden offers renewables for renters

November 14, 2019

Enova Energy, Australia's first community-owned electricity provider, is on track to complete Australia’s first "solar garden" offering renewables to renters.

Data investigation: whip breach one of thousands

Data investigation: whip breach one of thousands

November 14, 2019

Publicly available stewards reports show that more than 90 per cent of all jockeys reported for whipping breaches in NSW are escaping fines or suspension.

Making a living, tenderly, out of the dead

Making a living, tenderly, out of the dead

November 13, 2019

Dale Maroney never doubted what her life’s work was going to be. The funeral business was “in her...

Last place open

Last place open

November 13, 2019

Many experiences can define a night out in Sydney's Inner West suburb of Newtown: sitting in the Cou...

How Zaixing puts the soul into a handcrafted violin

How Zaixing puts the soul into a handcrafted violin

November 8, 2019

As a young musician in 1970s China, Zaixing Sheng could not afford to buy a personal instrument so he learned to make his own. Five decades later, the extraordinary story of this master luthier, lived in two parts, continues in Sydney.

Sydney’s Warringah flying the green flag

Sydney’s Warringah flying the green flag

November 7, 2019

It’s Sunday morning, a time when most Sydneysiders are enjoying a lie-in. But in the eco-friendly Northern...

‘Legitimise their right to respond’ insists Justice Action on prisoner pen-pal website

‘Legitimise their right to respond’ insists Justice Action on prisoner pen-pal website

November 1, 2019

Australia’s prisoners are using an interactive website to share their stories and claim miscarriages...

Homelessness strikes Sydney women hard

Homelessness strikes Sydney women hard

October 31, 2019

Sarah’s hands are as cold as ice as they cradle the steaming cup of coffee with “a little bit of...

China-based ghostwriters bypassing Uni firewalls

China-based ghostwriters bypassing Uni firewalls

October 25, 2019

"At first, I was wondering what was going on, how did they know about my student email address?  And then I started to think that maybe school was testing me to see if I would find someone to write my essay." - Xinxin Wang, Communications student.

Coastal erosion damages Byron beaches

Coastal erosion damages Byron beaches

October 11, 2019

However, the ongoing threat of coastal erosion is causing problems for what are easily the town’s great...

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