The gift that mother nature will appreciate more than cut flowers this Sunday is a lively indoor plant. Continue reading Ditch the bouquet: why you should give mum an indoor plant this Mother’s Day instead
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter may very well be the greatest demonstration of escapism in modern fiction, and what better time to escape reality than in a global pandemic… Continue reading Self-isolation? Ok fine, I will finally commit to that Harry Potter marathon!
The once cringe-worthy throwback looks of the late ‘90s and early 2000s are back in full force for 2020. Continue reading The ’90s and 2000s fashion trends making a stylish comeback
Instagram is home to a thriving global influencer and marketing platform, with many brands and companies trading in traditional celebrity endorsement as the preferred means of marketing on social media. Continue reading Under the influence: How influencing are influencers?
With thousands of young Australians heading to music festivals over NYE, it’s time to get informed about the good, the bad and the ugly of Australia’s pill testing debate Continue reading Are you yay or nay to pill testing services at major festivals? Well, here are the facts.
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