omorrow, September 20, young people from 120 countries are joining together in what will likely be the biggest climate strike ever. Continue reading Young people prepare to march for change in worldwide climate protests
Our closest neighbours have been making a fair few headlines in Australia lately. Given their geographical and political importance to Australia, On The Record has a quick round up to get you up to speed on all things beyond the Torres Strait. Continue reading Australia, Indonesia and Oceania: Tensions in our international neighbourhood
Women and children’s safety advocates have expressed their dismay over the Australian Government’s decision to move forward with its “Specialised Family Violence Services” (SFVS) despite experts’ disapproval. Continue reading Australian Government moves forward with couples counselling for DV despite objection from womens safety experts
A number of South Australian students have been selected for the revered Premier’s ANZAC Spirit School Prize, with the 2019 theme being the centenary of the 1919 Air Race. Continue reading State Government’s annual high school competition commemorates ANZACs with international trip
Since his arrest in early July, the world has been fascinated by the case of millionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein, who faced charges related to federal sex trafficking. Continue reading Why Jeffrey Epstein’s death matters
South Australian train and tram commuters have been cautioned of more planned service disruptions. The State Government will deliver mass information sessions for its current tram and train employees on potential outsourcing models. Continue reading What the privatisation of Adelaide’s trains & trams could mean for you
Do you have an interest in the sciences, but don’t work in the field every day (but sort of wish you did)?
Continue reading This week: Cloudy with a 100% chance of Science
It started as protests over an extradition bill. Continue reading Hong Kong and China: Where will it end?
Dr Bob Birrell has revealed how migrants are not benefitting from having higher qualifications in Australia. Continue reading Migraines for migrants
Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez sparked controversy after comparing the US Government’s immigration detention facilities along the US-Mexico border to “concentration camps” during an Instagram Live video just over two weeks ago. Continue reading American politician calls U.S. detention centres “concentration camps”: Hard truth or fake news?