• News Novak Djokovic v. The Australian Government
    It has been an interesting few weeks for tennis’ world No1, Novak Djokovic. Usually, we would be discussing the odds of him winning the Australian Open. But now we’re discussing if he will be even allowed to compete. Bear with me, it’s a long story with a lot of twists and turns. Last week, he […]
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  • Editorials The Five Most Dangerous Animals
    The animal kingdom is vast, so it can only be assumed that some of the residents there are capable of being the most fearsome and dangerous beings on the planet. These aren’t your standard lions, sharks, and tarantulas. These animals are not to be messed with and are incredibly dangerous to humans and other animals. […]
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  • Sport Sports Weekly
    Sports are the gifts that keep on giving, and this week, in particular, was one full of drama, tears, pain and triumph. From Manchester United’s capitulation to Australian Rugby’s jubilation. Lewis Hamilton crashing and Emma Raducanu rising like never before. There is a lot to talk about here. So let’s get started. Football Manchester United […]
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  • Music Album Review: Solar Power by Lorde
    It took four years for Lorde to release a new album and Solar Power, her third, did not disappoint. Anticipation for record rose with the release of singles Solar Power, Stoned at the Nail Salon and Mood Ring, the latter released just the night before the album’s release. A celebration of nature, life and new […]
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  • Editorials What is critical race theory?
    Recently, critical race theory has started to crop up in headlines from California to Canberra. Of course, in the last year, race has become a much more prominent topic of conversation in the Western world. So, what is critical race theory – sometimes known as CRT – and why has it been gaining so much […]
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  • Editorials Ten Things You Didn’t Know About Australia
    As one of the most popular and sought-out destinations in the entire world, we thought it would be appropriate to share with you ten of the best facts about the land down under, Australia. 91% of Australia is covered by vegetation. That’s nearly seven million square miles. This also means Australia is very sparse in […]
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  • Environment The Great Barrier Reef should be recognised as in the danger zone
    The Great Barrier Reef is perhaps one of the most important ecosystems on the planet. While many people are aware of its great beauty, a lot of people are unaware of the potential danger this ecosystem is in. The decline in the Great Barrier Reef has gradually been building over the years. Between 1995 and […]
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  • Editorials An Ode to 2020
    When we sat around television last year on New Year’s Eve watching the fireworks boom in London at 12am on 1st January 2020, there was a sense of hope. I remember hoping that this would be a good year – that things would be a little bit brighter for everyone than they had been before. […]
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  • Reviews Review: Chris Lilley’s Lunatics
    Not exactly a household name, Chris Lilley an Australian comedian who you either know and love or haven’t really heard of at all. For a certain few, the trailer for the release of his latest series Lunatics¬†was something of a big deal. Known for mockumentary-style shows like Summer Heights High and Angry Boys, Lilley is responsible for portraying some […]
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