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Pencil Rocket climbs the social media heights

Pencil Rocket climbs the social media heights

August 30, 2019

Social media is now a booming industry, which is fast becoming one of the main sources for busin...

Indonesian journalists ‘bought, broken and soul searching’, says researcher

Indonesian journalists ‘bought, broken and soul searching’, says researcher

August 29, 2019

The Indonesian media is contributing to resentment and racism toward Papuans, according to a human rights...

The case for press freedom

The case for press freedom

August 14, 2019

News leaders and journalism educators have reminded a parliamentary inquiry why media freedom is essential to democracy.

DISPOSABLE: Towards a safe injecting room

DISPOSABLE: Towards a safe injecting room

August 9, 2019

Thousands of people have used a safe drug-injecting centre in North Richmond since it opened a year ago.

DISPOSABLE: My life as a single-use container

DISPOSABLE: My life as a single-use container

August 9, 2019

Add some chemicals and some heat and a mould, and a takeaway container like me is born. 

Stopping ‘fakes’ a critical step towards recognition

Stopping ‘fakes’ a critical step towards recognition

August 4, 2019

There are still many hurdles to clear before Indigenous artists receive appropriate protection and recognition of their work.

The Dish, the tapes and the man on the moon

The Dish, the tapes and the man on the moon

July 10, 2019

There’s a buzz around Parkes and it can be heard all the way to NASA. Not since - well, 50 years ago - has the town been in the spotlight for an event of this magnitude.

Where lapu lapu are a lucrative catch

Where lapu lapu are a lucrative catch

June 24, 2019

Captured, cultivated, dosed with "sleeping medicine", then contained in a Styrofoam box bound for China - such is life of the lapu lapu.

Australia’s Wealth Gap

May 22, 2019

Over the past few years, an inequality in wealth distribution has snuck its way into the Australian economy...

2019 Election and First Time Voters

May 21, 2019

Why are young people so disengaged with politics? And how do you engage a demographic group that’s...

Election day: view from Cooper

May 18, 2019

In Cooper it's been a fight to secure the interests of as many progressive voters as possible, as Natasha Pietrobuono reports for Election 2019.

Election day: view from La Trobe

May 18, 2019

In order for Labor to take La Trobe, it would need a swing of four percentage points in the classic swing seat.Matthew Ellis reports from La Trobe for Election 2019.

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