There’s no denying the world is facing an air pollution crisis

On the last day of September, Bangkok experienced some of the worst air quality in history. Continue reading There’s no denying the world is facing an air pollution crisis

Extinction Rebellion bike swarm perfectly stages a week of rebellion

It was in the labyrinth of the Adelaide city centre, during Monday’s most recent public holiday, where environmentalist cyclists swarmed the streets. Continue reading Extinction Rebellion bike swarm perfectly stages a week of rebellion

Australia, Indonesia and Oceania: Tensions in our international neighbourhood

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

Australian Government moves forward with couples counselling for DV despite objection from womens safety experts

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