Prime Minister Theresa May’s resignation today, June 7, has left a vacancy for the top spot in British politics. Continue reading Britain’s vacant PM spot has major implications for drawn-out Brexit negotiations
Australia is a competitive country in terms of higher education, with a phenomenal and advanced international education sector. Continue reading The Future of University: Professor Raewyn Connell promotes change in the system
Scare campaigns are one of the most effective types of political campaigns, but often run the risk of being inflammatory and insincere in the public eye. Continue reading Dissecting political scare campaigns – know your facts!
A Muslim researcher at UniSA says mainstream media coverage of Islam should be held accountable for making events like the Christchurch massacre “inevitable”. Continue reading Negative reports on Islam a daily practice by Murdoch-owned media
Like a democracy sausage, election posters are part of the Australian political landscape. Continue reading How effective are campaign posters?
Australia is now the most expensive country to purchase cigarettes in the world. Continue reading Australia’s tax on the tobacco industry hits an all-time high
British authorities recently arrested Julian Assange after his seven-year stint at the Ecuadorian embassy in London. Continue reading Julian Assange: what’s the sitch?
‘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