‘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?
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?
New espionage and foreign interference laws could see journalists facing 25 years to life imprisonment. Continue reading Turnbull’s Espionage Bill could threaten the principles of journalism
The historic agreement and meeting saw the two leaders discuss peace and denuclearisation on the Korean Peninsula. Continue reading The Singapore Summit: what’s all the big fuss?
While Adelaide still proudly holds the label the ‘City of Churches’, only a quarter of inner-city residents are Christian. Continue reading Does the Church have a future in Australia?
The bell can’t be unrung for the Australian banking and financial institutions. Continue reading Banking On A Culture Of Reform
Earlier this month, a bushfire swept through the small coastal city of Tathra, NSW, destroying 65 homes, 35 caravans, and small cabins. Continue reading The politicised Tathra bushfires explained
In light of the recent school shooting in Parkland, Florida, the debate over gun control has reached a new level of fervour and intensity. Continue reading Debunking three common anti-gun control talking points