Illicit drugs are of greatest concern for South Australia who had a nine per cent increase in offences for illicit drugs in 2016, which at 34 per cent of all offences is the highest rate in Australia. Continue reading Youth drug epidemic or just easy targets?
But what’s in store for university students? Continue reading Everything university students need to know about the 2018 Budget
You are not alone if you’ve been sacrificing your morning coffee for that dreaded visit to the fuel pump, as petrol prices skyrocket across Adelaide. Continue reading Fuel prices are shocking and they’re still on the rise
Help save three lives. Give the gift of blood. Continue reading Blood Service urging new donors to step in as plasma demand rises
Beyond the annual dawn services and the traditional Anzac Day marches are community groups working hard to take care of veterans and current serving personnel. Continue reading A local RSL rallies university students for support as thousands commemorate the Anzacs
Egyptians have taken to the polls over three days, in what analysts accurately predicted will be an al-Sisi win. Continue reading Russia, China, Turkey and now Egypt. Who is next?
Adelaide’s 2018 International Women’s Day Breakfast was once again the biggest in the country with over 2700 people in attendance. Continue reading International Women’s Day 2018: ‘No woman left behind’
2018 marks the 40-year anniversary of the annual Mardi Gras parade in Sydney’s Oxford Street. Continue reading 40 YEARS ON, THE COLOURFUL PAST AND PAIN OF THE MARDI GRAS PARADE
Weatherill, Marshall, Xenophon: What our leaders say about women’s concerns in the lead up to the SA election Continue reading Weatherill, Marshall, Xenophon: What our leaders say about women’s concerns in the lead up to the SA election
By now everyone is sick of hearing about Barnaby Joyce and his affair with a former staff member that ended his marriage. Continue reading No reason to rejoyce over case of national hypocrisy