What’s it like to quarantine in a Medi Hotel? And how does our system of quarantining travellers compare to what happens overseas? Continue reading Hotel quarantine around the globe: What can Australia do better?
The story of how the pandemic helped one family reconnect during self-isolation as they focused on their health, wellbeing and each other. Continue reading How exercise brought us together during COVID-19
Always Was, Always Will Be. The theme for this year’s NAIDOC Week pays homage to the First Nations people who have occupied and cared for this continent for over 65,000 years. Here is a quick overview of some of the events and celebrations happening this NAIDOC Week. Continue reading NAIDOC Week: Where and when you can attend the celebrations in South Australia
After WW2, Australia crossed a bridge into become the cosmopolitan society that it is today, the rest of the world with it, and there was no turning back. Continue reading Multiculturalism, female liberation and global trade: WW2’s impacts on ‘The Lucky Country’ 75 years on
“They’re not that creative with words. It’s always ‘Ching Chong Chinese’, rice eaters, yellow skins, maggots, pests, rats – that kind of thing.” A South Korean international student shares his experience with racism before and during the pandemic. Continue reading Australia’s twin pandemics: COVID-19 and racism
Single-sex schools could disappear entirely within the independent sector in the next 15 years. But could this growing void be at the expense or benefit of gender equity in the classroom setting and beyond? Continue reading Single-sex schools are declining in Australia. But will gender equity in the classroom disappear with them?
With national travel restrictions looking o ease in the next few months, we at On the Record are looking back to look forwards at what adventures that travelling may have instore for us Continue reading Tales from beyond: a collection of pre-coronavirus travel stories
Many Australians are struggling with the impact COVID-19 has had on their active lifestyles. Continue reading A nation benched: how Aussies are coping with the ban of sports as part of COVID-19 restrictions
Social distancing has become the norm throughout the country in recent weeks, but is it actually viable for every Australian? Continue reading Social distancing ‘logistically impossible’ for Aboriginal Australians living in overcrowded, remote communities
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