Men and women in uniform are more likely to experience Post Traumatic Stress Disorder than the general public. Continue reading Mental health of people in uniform: Who protects the protectors?
What’s it like to quarantine in a Medi Hotel? And how does our system of quarantining travellers compare to what happens overseas? Continue reading Hotel quarantine around the globe: What can Australia do better?
It’s easy to get caught up amongst the sales and excitement of Black Friday, but shouldn’t we consider the impacts of our consumption? Continue reading Opinion: This Black Friday, we need to re-think excessive consumerism
Are companies lying about their values to sell products? Continue reading Opinion: ‘Woke Culture’ just a tool companies use to get customers in the door
With a national expectation for an online shopping spike, we’ve compiled a gift guide of Aussie small businesses to buy from online this Christmas. Continue reading A very COVID Christmas: On The Record’s Christmas gift guide
Up to 20,000 tonnes of Coles’ food wastage will be composted instead of ending up in landfill each year, thanks to a new initiative with Cleanaway in Queensland. Continue reading Coles and Cleanaway to divert 20,000 tonnes of food waste from Queensland landfill annually thanks to new technology
In a television landscape of outdated tropes and lesbian stereotypes, One Day at a Time sets the bar for queer storytelling and subverts expectations of the sitcom format. Continue reading Tackling authentic queer adolescence one episode at a time
There is something revitalising about the isolated existence of the eco-friendly, Pink Lake Tiny House, 130km from the Adelaide CBD and in full respect of the environment. Continue reading Off-grid, on wheels and the only accommodation across from the iconic pink salt lake in Lochiel
With news that SA’s restrictions will ease from midnight tomorrow, it’s important we remain vigilant, and put down our pitchforks. Continue reading The lockdown liar: how they changed SA restrictions and enraged South Australians
2020 was truly a year of unpredictability, but these journalism students prevailed, carrying hope and confidence into an unforeseen graduate landscape. Continue reading 2020’s graduate landscape: OTR’s hopeful uni-leavers