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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...

Local news in Australia: is help on the way?

Local news in Australia: is help on the way?

November 7, 2019

The Australian government sees the dominance of the large digital platforms as a monopoly issue, making it appropriate that the enquiry was conducted by the ACCC – Australia’s consumer watchdog.

Humanitarian crisis growing: Syria needs Australia’s help

November 5, 2019

The Red Cross has issued a stark warning about a human tragedy unfolding in northeast Syria, as hundreds...

‘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...

Chas Licciardello: chasing the intelligent opinion

Chas Licciardello: chasing the intelligent opinion

October 17, 2019

Chas Licciardello has been a member of the Chaser comedy team since 1999. He currently co-hosts the weekly...

Tree change the key to tackle temperature rises

Tree change the key to tackle temperature rises

October 14, 2019

Global warming is quickly becoming a major issue in the world as the environment is plundered for resources, but Perth local governments are trying to make a change.

Gold Coast company sets sights on moon

Gold Coast company sets sights on moon

October 11, 2019

The local company, Gilmour Space Technologies, is a venture capital-backed rocket company that develops...

Special Report – The unmasking of Hong Kong

October 6, 2019

As China celebrated the 70th anniversary of the birth of its Communist Party on October 1 with an extravag...

Brisbane student strike draws huge crowd

September 24, 2019

WITH calls for climate change action ramping up around the globe, citizens, activists and school children joined forces around the world on Friday, September 20, 2019. They left their homes, workplaces and schools to rally on the same day as others did right around the world, calling on political leaders to respond to climate change before it becomes irreversible.

Climate strike draws 80,000 protesters in Sydney

Climate strike draws 80,000 protesters in Sydney

September 22, 2019

A sea of banners, posters and home-made signs filled the Domain in Sydney on Friday, September 20, as...

Peter Greste confronted over Assange opinion piece

Peter Greste confronted over Assange opinion piece

September 13, 2019

Journalist Peter Greste labelled the “lack of fair trial” for Julian Assange a “travesty” after...

Documenting Antidote’s movers and shakers

Documenting Antidote’s movers and shakers

September 6, 2019

"We need your energy, we need your idealism, we need your passion. Now more than ever, journalism is the first line of defence, don’t let it crumble." - Maria Ressa

University student journalism from Australia, NZ and the Pacific.
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