Federal government announces creation of Australian space agency, SA to tap into multi-billion dollar industry with South Australian Space Industry Centre

By George Booth After a series of ongoing developments and growing momentum, the federal government has announced Australia will create its own space agency. The government intends to tap into the $420 billion and growing space industry, with Australia’s own space agency expected to generate thousands of new jobs for the country. South Australia has shown its ongoing support to develop Australia’s involvement in the … Continue reading Federal government announces creation of Australian space agency, SA to tap into multi-billion dollar industry with South Australian Space Industry Centre

One in five students sexually harassed at Australian universities in 2016

By Amelia Dolling The Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) recently released their National Report on Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment at Australian Universities. The report, undertaken by the Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Kate Jenkins, is based on data collected through a national survey conducted in late 2016. Each of Australia’s 39 universities took part, with over 30,000 students sharing their experiences. According to the AHRC, one … Continue reading One in five students sexually harassed at Australian universities in 2016