National surveys suggest Australians are more inclined to consume art than ever, but can the industry accommodate their desires? Continue reading Addressing artistic desire: How realistically can artists cater to national expectations?
Millennials are often told that buying a house is a pipe dream, but is it really that bad? Continue reading The housing market: Is it really so difficult for young people looking to buy?
Spring has arrived. Reading outside and enjoying the nice weather is upon us. A few members of the OTR team have recommended their favourite books, helping you decide your next read or expand your horizons in the reading genre. Continue reading Spring reads from the OTR team
As mixed reviews come in for Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, one thing is clear: most of the audio is inaudible. So was this a creative decision or simply an accident? Continue reading Was Christopher Nolan’s Tenet too loud?
The competitions might look a little different this year, but SA’s agriculture students are prepping their entries for the Royal Adelaide Show, and raising the ‘baa’ even higher than ever! Continue reading Students prepare for show with a difference
The fun of the 2020 Royal Adelaide Show goes on through the virtual event website The Show at Home. But what effects does the event’s cancellation have on stakeholders? Continue reading The 2020 Royal Adelaide Show goes online
Google has penned an open letter informing the public that the way they experience Google and YouTube is about to drastically change. But what exactly is the truth? Continue reading Opinion: Google’s open letter is insulting to Australian news media companies and readers alike
After WW2, Australia crossed a bridge into become the cosmopolitan society that it is today, the rest of the world with it, and there was no turning back. Continue reading Multiculturalism, female liberation and global trade: WW2’s impacts on ‘The Lucky Country’ 75 years on
September 2 marks 75 years since the official end of WWII; it also marks the end of an irreparable holocaust. Continue reading Hitler’s rise to power and his destruction throughout Europe
Urinary tract infections and thrush are all too common for many women, but why are we so ashamed of it? Continue reading Unspoken illnesses that plague women