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
At times, the blend of intense boredom and distraction have me glued to my phone, scrolling hungrily through instagram profiles of click-bait people. Continue reading Lack of empathy towards Indigenous Australians surrounding the history of January 26 needs to improve
Stronger accessible parking penalties will soon be implemented by the South Australian Government. Continue reading South Australian drivers to face new penalties under the State Government
It is no secret Indigenous people in Australia experience much higher rates of contact with the justice system than white Australians. Continue reading Indigenous crime, how much time?
Police needed to block off parts of North Terrace after thousands of people gathered on the steps of Parliament House in Adelaide for a second rally in favour of same-sex marriage. Continue reading Campaigners gather for final yes vote
By Emily Pemberton The Worldsend Hotel has closed its doors for the last time after two decades of service. The pub was in prime location for UniSA students and was a well-known social hub for students at the City West campus. Fortunately, local nightclub manager, Hugo Pedler, and business partners have taken over the pub and are rebranding it as the West Oak. “A few … Continue reading Worldsend Hotel closes to make room for the West Oak