With human trials of a potential COVID-19 vaccine beginning in Adelaide, will South Australians trust the fast-tracked result? Continue reading A fast-tracked vaccine is on the way, but is the public willing to get the jab?
Visiting a family member in hospital is always hard, but during a pandemic it becomes unnerving. Continue reading “Please don’t go”: My family’s experience of hospitalisation during COVID-19
The Black Lives Matter movement has fuelled aspects of healthy change in our society; however, does it warrant the panicked erasing of some of our favourite movies and shows? Continue reading Retrospective censorship of our films and television shows: why it’s dumb
After finally winning the Premier League after 30 years, Liverpool fans are enjoying every minute of their new-found glory. Continue reading From tears to triumph: Fans’ reaction to Liverpool FC finally lifting the Premier League trophy
The expectations of first-year students didn’t quite turn out as planned with COVID-19 turning the bustling university life into a makeshift virtual reality. Continue reading Adapting to university: How first years tackled the COVID semester
With convenience being a necessity in everything we do, could our financial futures be found solely on apps? From micro-investing to neobanks, OTR presents the latest in all things financial. Continue reading Is the future of finance on an app?
A domestic violence victim shares her experience in the hope that her story can make a difference for others. Continue reading When the fly overcomes the spider: Winning the domestic violence battle and sharing your voice
The reopening of pubs and bars means this may be the hardest Dry July yet Continue reading Dry July
One Direction fans are celebrating the bands 10-year anniversary today, so let us take a trip down 1D memory lane to remember some of the best years of Directioners’ lives. Continue reading One band, five boys, ten years: One Direction celebrate their 10-year anniversary today with fans begging for a reunion.
Australian doctors predict a 30 per cent decline in cancer diagnosis in Australia because of COVID-19. OTR reporter Alyssa Cairo finds out what the impacts of the decline really are. Continue reading What COVID-19 could mean for cancer diagnosis and prognosis