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Coastal erosion damages Byron beaches

Coastal erosion damages Byron beaches

October 11, 2019

However, the ongoing threat of coastal erosion is causing problems for what are easily the town’s great...

Nannas not napping, climate change is happening

Nannas not napping, climate change is happening

September 24, 2019

A group of nannas across Australia have joined forces to show support for the climate strike movemen...

‘A great and unifying moment’: Sydney students demand action

‘A great and unifying moment’: Sydney students demand action

September 22, 2019

An estimated 80,000 people rallied at Sydney’s Domain on Friday as part of a student-organised climate...

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...

Australia’s deforestation rates at an all-time high

Australia’s deforestation rates at an all-time high

September 20, 2019

Environmental laws have failed to address Australia’s deforestation rates, placing further pressure on the climate and the Great Barrier Reef.

‘I’m scared of living in a world without turtles’

‘I’m scared of living in a world without turtles’

September 20, 2019

“ScoMo, f*ck you! We deserve a future too!” chanted thousands of youth activists as they marched...

Lord Howe Island’s unique treasures flag climate change peril

Lord Howe Island’s unique treasures flag climate change peril

September 20, 2019

Sydney’s iconic cityscape defines its electorate, but few realise the pristine forests and coral ree...

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

Climate to blame for a new ‘cane toad front’

Climate to blame for a new ‘cane toad front’

September 2, 2019

“We may be facing a world for our grandchildren where [we'd] be pretty happy to have a cane toad”.

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.

The self-starter behind Ladies Who league

The self-starter behind Ladies Who league

July 26, 2019

Even in late summer in Sydney, when the NRL season was kicking off amid a series of sex tape scandals,...

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