A look back at Trump’s make-or-break policies after the controversial president’s reign has finally ended…for now. Continue reading Trump’s presidential run: looking back on his make-or-break policies
Working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic has both pros and cons. This is how technology has helped. Continue reading When your home’s your office
MyPayNow is the shiny new toy of the financial industry but is the service too good to be true? Continue reading Pay now, pay more later?
Indigenous and remotely located children are more likely to receive child protection care than children in major cities, according to a Child Protection Report from March 2020, but what are the circumstances that lead to this? Continue reading Indigenous and remotely located children are more likely to receive child protection care than those in major cities, but why is this?
After WW2, Australia crossed a bridge into become the cosmopolitan society that it is today, the rest of the world with it, and there was no turning back. Continue reading Multiculturalism, female liberation and global trade: WW2’s impacts on ‘The Lucky Country’ 75 years on
Is Amazon playing fair with local business? Continue reading Amazon domination: Monopolisation or clever strategy?
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.
Now more than ever, we are seeing the negative impacts of social media spreading false information. Continue reading Social media and COVID-19: Is Gone Girl an accurate representation of how social media is causing mass hysteria?
Afterpay is arguably the biggest ‘buy now pay later’ financial technology in the world, but is it setting up young adults to fall into debt? Continue reading Is Afterpay a good way of teaching young adults about the concept of credit?
Among headlines, graphics and tweets about the current height of the Black Lives Matter movement internationally, cries are being heard with an emphasis on the LGBTQIA+ community this Pride Month. Continue reading Pride not prejudice: why intersectionality is crucial