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From Germany with love: A COVID-19 update from Cologne

From Germany with love: A COVID-19 update from Cologne

March 29, 2020

Mareike Bire was at the University of Sydney last year as a postgraduate media student on exchange fro...

Australia’s ice epidemic: Worrying new statistics released

Australia’s ice epidemic: Worrying new statistics released

March 27, 2020

a recent report from the Australian Crime Intelligence Commission paints a concerning picture about the continual growth of ice use in Australia

Virus-hit hospitals already low on supplies, warns doctors’ chief

Virus-hit hospitals already low on supplies, warns doctors’ chief

March 27, 2020

In an exclusive interview the head of the Australian Doctors Federation Stephen Milgate warns of an impending supply crisis.

Indigenous community more vulnerable to coronavirus

Indigenous community more vulnerable to coronavirus

March 25, 2020

COVID-19 poses an even greater threat to Australia's Indigenous community, from existing chronic conditions and lower immunity to higher levels of communal living and anxiety over finances, say medical workers.

PM slams food hoarders and panic buyers

PM slams food hoarders and panic buyers

March 18, 2020

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has slammed Australians hoarding food and supplies describing the practice as "ridiculous" and "un-Australian".

Redrawing history: The revival of Amazigh tattooing

Redrawing history: The revival of Amazigh tattooing

March 16, 2020

In a studio in the back streets of a quiet residential area in Casablanca, an old tradition is being reborn.

Shaping the future with LEGO

Shaping the future with LEGO

March 16, 2020

Eleven-year-old Badr says he had anger issues before he joined Morocco's First LEGO League team. Jonathan McQuie chats to him and others about the machines they are building.

Old clothes, new tricks

Old clothes, new tricks

March 16, 2020

Walking into ‘We Thrifting’ in Morocco is like stepping into a treasure trove of nostalgia. Outside, the streets and footpaths of Casablanca are bustling, but inside Mohamed Atlas’s apartment-turned-vintage shop the sound of Moroccan rap music drowns out the humming of the city down below.

Eco-anxiety and how Indigenous psychology can help you

Eco-anxiety and how Indigenous psychology can help you

March 12, 2020

Feeling stressed about the state of the planet? Well, you're not alone, and it's a real problem.

The price models pay

The price models pay

March 12, 2020

The modelling industry is usually associated with glamour and fame; what is not usually shown or discussed...

Is pill testing the answer to Australia’s drug problem?

Is pill testing the answer to Australia’s drug problem?

March 12, 2020

Passing a joint, popping a pill; plenty do it, it’s nothing new. Getting a few caps is just part of...

Global technology leader warns against ‘digital takeover’ of democracy

Global technology leader warns against ‘digital takeover’ of democracy

March 11, 2020

Global technology and business leader Dr Anita Sands has warned against allowing digital technology to...

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