The Junction

From Port Phillip Bay to the Coral Sea, tracking the travels of the eels
University of Melbourne, Angus Thomson • June 22, 2021

In a narrow culvert carrying water under the busy Mornington Peninsula Freeway in Melbourne’s east,...

On the brink: How one local council is fighting the climate crisis
On the brink: How one local council is fighting the climate crisis
Deakin University, Callum McNaught • June 21, 2021
This shire is stepping up to the climate challenge, but is local action enough to ease the crisis?
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Blackmailed with health records, cyber crime's new meal ticket
UTS, Eve Cogan • June 18, 2021
Cyber criminals are increasingly targeting confidential medical records to blackmail ordinary people.
Blackmailed with health records, cyber crime’s new meal ticket
Surging forward: the work of Inge King
Identity of third culture kids a growing area of research
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On the brink: How one local council is fighting the climate crisis
On the brink: How one local council is fighting the climate crisis
Deakin University, Callum McNaught • June 21, 2021
This shire is stepping up to the climate challenge, but is local action enough to ease the crisis?
The Melbourne Cricket Ground at night. Photo: Sascha Wenninger (CC BY-SA 2.0)
Is COVID to blame for low post-lockdown AFL crowds?
La Trobe University, Declan Sands • June 16, 2021
While COVID capacity limits are in place, most matches haven’t come close to the threshold or even attendance figures from 2019.
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Businesses battle fire, pandemic and a new retail giant in town
Deakin University, Naomi Newcombe • June 15, 2021
Small Otway businesses battle through fire, pandemic and a new retail giant in town
Protest against anti-Asian hate in Washington DC in the United States March 2021. Photo: Elvert Barnes (CC BY-SA 2.0)
Australia not immune to COVID-fuelled hate epidemic
La Trobe University, Achol Arok • June 13, 2021
A personal account of life during COVID-19 as a first-generation Asian Australian.
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