The 2019 budget promises a lot for jobs and infrastructure, but with many of us entering the workforce in non-traditional roles, places and fields, what is the Government doing to support the Arts? Continue reading New funding cuts solidify Federal Government’s disregard for the Arts
Climate change is a major concern for young voters and next month’s election will see many young Australians engage in politics in a way that they likely haven’t before. Continue reading Climate change is influencing the way young people vote and live
How social media influencers are changing pregnancy and birth education.
Continue reading Sex Education in the age of social media
Unions have accused employers of exploiting loopholes in the law to avoid negotiation, or to reduce conditions and pay. Continue reading Loopholes found in Australia’s Enterprising Bargaining Agreements
‘No one wants to watch women play sport’ is a common argument when it comes to the issue of women’s sport. Continue reading Has Australia embraced women’s sport?
Electric cars have been a heated point of conversation in the lead up to the federal election… Continue reading Electric cars: an economic failure disguised as a Tesla
Tasting Australia is back for their annual foodie event, held at ‘Town Square’ daily until Sunday April 14. Continue reading Australia’s premier culinary experience on a budget
In Japan, its lowrider and Chicana subcultures unearth a new perspective: if someone is ‘appropriating’ with a level of respect, a valuable cultural exchange can exist. Continue reading What makes Cultural Appropriation?
Studies show that including plants in your study space can make you more creative and productive. Continue reading Plants make students smarter
As the nation prepares itself for the federal election, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has provided little in terms of clarity as to when Australians will head to the polls, proposing three possible dates – May 11, 18 or 25. Continue reading Budget Breakdown: How will the 2019 Federal Budget impact students?