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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.

West Papuan suffering will go on if we don’t take a stand, says Rosa

West Papuan suffering will go on if we don’t take a stand, says Rosa

July 9, 2019

  West Papuan human rights defender Rosa Moiwend was in New Zealand last week, speaking about the need...

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.

Climate change threatens the surf along Australia’s coasts, and surfers are worried

Climate change threatens the surf along Australia’s coasts, and surfers are worried

June 25, 2019

Changes in the surf breaks around Australia’s coastline are predicted as climate change wields unexpected impacts on wave heights and ocean swells.

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.

Queensland winter too hot to handle

Queensland winter too hot to handle

June 18, 2019

This season’s chilly temperatures have already had most of the state reaching for their woolies but data from the Bureau of Meteorology shows this winter could be one of the warmest.

Fewer Kiwis coming to Australia as citizenship battle continues

Fewer Kiwis coming to Australia as citizenship battle continues

June 17, 2019

Population data from the 2016 Census shows that the number of New Zealanders living in Australia increased by 25 per cent from 2006, but only increased by five per cent from 2011, indicating a slow in migration.

Big sharks fall but more on Queensland horizon

Big sharks fall but more on Queensland horizon

June 17, 2019

A shark control program undertaken by the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries has shown a 48.35% decrease of sharks over 2m over five years

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