As NAIDOC celebrations come to a close, OTR reporter Simone Pickstock reviews whether Australia’s political and cultural institutions are doing enough to Heal Country. Continue reading ‘Everyone can do more’: Amplifying Indigenous voices beyond NAIDOC week
2021 has seen the Liberal-National Coalition called upon by climate activists to do better, so what has our government actually done in regard to Australia’s climate health? Marco Krantis assesses. Continue reading Is the current Coalition government capable of avoiding a climate disaster in Australia?
Whether people have been given a time frame for their end of life, or are merely preparing for the worst, the thought of how to plan for death can be daunting and leave us feeling lost. However, there are some special people who will be there with you and support you through the difficult times you are facing – palliative care professionals. Continue reading Mortality: are we ever ready?
American lingerie company Victoria’s Secret are partaking in an image overhaul in efforts to rebrand the company, but has the change come too late? Continue reading No more angels: Victoria’s Secret to attempt one of the biggest brand turnarounds in recent history
With people under the age of 40 now being told they’re able to get the AstraZeneca vaccine, it’s hard to decipher what’s right and wrong with immunisation advice. Here’s what you need to know about where medical practitioners stand despite mixed political messaging that’s come out this week. Continue reading So… do I get the vaccine?
There has been a worrying rise in vaccine hesitancy since the introduction of various COVID-19 vaccines. Continue reading The worrying trend of vaccine hesitancy
It has been more than one year since the trade war between Australia and China gained traction, and many exports of Australia have been affected. Concerns are growing around the tertiary education sector being the next victim of new sanctions. Continue reading Understanding the tense relationship with China and its effect on Australian universities
As the Adelaide Cabaret Festival comes to a close, performers and guests alike reflect on how far the festival has come since its 2001 arrival, and what the future might hold for 2022. Continue reading Looking back as curtains close on Adelaide Cabaret Festival
Healthcare accessibility remains a large issue faced by transgender and gender diverse people. Continue reading Too many barriers faced by transgender people accessing healthcare
On Thursday, June 24, 2021, students were seen marching in the Adelaide CBD against sexual violence. The focus was to demand the Australian Government act on implementing and improving consent and sexual education in their schools. Continue reading Adelaide students skip school to protest sexual violence