While most interest and media coverage about North American politics has focused on the United States’ impeachment inquiries and Presidential nominations for the 2020 election, Canada has been preparing for their own election. Continue reading The Canadian election has global consequences: So why aren’t we talking about it?
This year is the 25th Anniversary of Friends, which means that everything else happening right now is a moo point. Continue reading “I’ll Be There For You”: Friends continues to charm audiences 25 years after it first airs
World leaders will view excerpts from environmental documentary 2040 at tomorrow’s Climate Action Summit, hosted by the UN; with one of the film’s ideas posing intriguing implications for Australia. Continue reading 2040: How giant seaweed could be an important tool in our climate-affected future
On June 13, 2018, in an act that enraged the public and media, Australian comedian and actress Eurydice Dixon was found murdered in Melbourne’s Princes Park. Continue reading Eurydice Dixon’s case probes the question: can justice be served alongside rehabilitation?
In news that shocked Australian free-to-air TV watchers, judges Gary Mehigan, Matt Preston and George Calombaris announced that they would be leaving the show at the end of the season 11 finale of MasterChef. Continue reading What the MasterChef walkout tells us about the future of free-to-air TV
Since the release of his first film, Reservoir Dogs, in 1992, Quentin Tarantino’s nine movies have grossed over $1.6 billion worldwide.
The term “populism” is fraught with ambiguity and is often described as meaningless and overused. Continue reading Trump, Boris and Populism: Is society getting better or worse?
It started as protests over an extradition bill. Continue reading Hong Kong and China: Where will it end?
We need the artists, they do not need the machinery of the music industry. Continue reading You need me, man, I don’t need you
Confusion surrounding who is eligible under Section 44 is still widespread, with a recent research paper suggesting that more MPs and Senators could be found ineligible. Continue reading Section 44: How a 19th century law is impacting 21st century democracy