Freedom of speech may be considered a right, but it’s one that should be treated with caution and consideration. Continue reading Has freedom of speech become a myth?
Every day we hear a new explanation as to why Donald Trump is President of the United States. Continue reading The 2016 US election was Hillary’s fault, stop pretending otherwise
Farmland ownership is a highly-charged and polarising issue for the South African government, with pressure mounting to address concerns of racial injustice and economic inequality. Continue reading The White Farmer Crisis: Explained
South Australia is set to take a step back in time, as the History Festival plans to return for its 15th year. Continue reading South Australia’s History Festival highlights the state’s greatest achievements
The Art Gallery of South Australia is currently presenting Colours of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musée D’Orsay, the first major exhibition in South Australia showcasing works of Impressionist art. Continue reading Colours of Impressionism paints a tourism portrait for SA
The Rainbow Club at University of South Australia’s Magill campus welcomed a new ‘safe space’ for LGBTQIA+ students on March 28. Continue reading University of South Australia welcomes ‘safe space’ for queer-identifying students
Many journalists in Australia still face the threat of jail for protecting a source’s confidentiality, a product of Australia’s lax approach to ‘shield laws’. Continue reading Shield Laws: Australia’s press freedom failure
Election night, March 17, the Labor Party’s 16-year rule over South Australia is slowly drawing to a close, and long-time journalist Jayne Stinson is covering the proceedings on Channel 7’s election panel. Continue reading The New Faces of Labor: meet Jayne Stinson
Clothing brand, From Found, is setting the trend for ethically made clothing in Adelaide by empowering women from all backgrounds through the manufacturing process. Continue reading Ethical clothing on trend in Adelaide
Egyptians have taken to the polls over three days, in what analysts accurately predicted will be an al-Sisi win. Continue reading Russia, China, Turkey and now Egypt. Who is next?