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Record votes for USU election but more student involvement needed

Record votes for USU election but more student involvement needed

July 17, 2019

By the time this year’s University of Sydney Union (USU) Board election had come to an end, student...

Program to boost Sydney’s struggling music scene

Program to boost Sydney’s struggling music scene

July 15, 2019

The Inner West Council announced its new Live Music Grants program last month, in a bid to boost the Inner West’s liv...

Interview: Linda Burney sees bumps in the road to constitutional reform

Interview: Linda Burney sees bumps in the road to constitutional reform

July 12, 2019

In an exclusive interview with Ilias Bakalla, Linda Burney talks about the rough road ahead for constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians.

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.

NAIDOC Awards: David Gulpilil reveals he is battling lung cancer

NAIDOC Awards: David Gulpilil reveals he is battling lung cancer

July 7, 2019

The annual NAIDOC Awards last night honoured service in the community, but also revealed legendary actor David Gulpilil has cancer.

APP to make beaches safer

APP to make beaches safer

July 4, 2019

World-first, cutting-edge technology will be trialled on Manly beaches next season in a bid to improve...

The country music hopefuls ditching Australia for Nashville

The country music hopefuls ditching Australia for Nashville

June 27, 2019

More and more Australian performers are trading Tamworth for Nashville to find fame and fortune as country music stars.

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.

Australian government urged to do more to help Julian Assange

Australian government urged to do more to help Julian Assange

June 22, 2019

Top ABC journalist John Lyons and human rights lawyer Julian Burnside have called for the government to support Julian Assange and back press freedom.

The day news theory became reality

The day news theory became reality

June 6, 2019

"As I stood out the front of the ABC's Sydney headquarters, I couldn't help but feel the conflicting senses of both pride and anxiety."

Kerryn Phelps concedes defeat in Wentworth

Kerryn Phelps concedes defeat in Wentworth

May 20, 2019

Dr Kerryn Phelps, the Independent who won a by-election in Malcolm Turnbull's former seat, has conceded defeat.

Tanya Plibersek increases her popularity despite Labor’s devastating defeat

Tanya Plibersek increases her popularity despite Labor’s devastating defeat

May 19, 2019

Sydney’s overwhelming vote of confidence in Tanya Plibersek and Labor contrasts sharply with how the...

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