The government has handed down a belated budget designed to steer Australians out of COVID-19, but what’s in it for young people? Continue reading How does the 2020 budget impact young Australians?
With the cancellation of the Royal Adelaide Show due to COVID-19, one showbag company is making sure people can still have their Bertie Beetle experience this year. Continue reading Forget The Beatles. Bertie Beetle is the biggest beetle to have a place in Australian hearts
With one foot already in the coffin, the current climate has only accelerated the inevitable for the journalism industry Continue reading Journalism in ruin: the downward slide to the death of democracy
South Australian Police authorities were deployed to the Victorian border to assist in the screening of residents into the state. The warm welcome and generous contributions from local farmers did not go unnoticed. Continue reading Country hospitality in the wake of COVID-19
Australian dairy farmers, milk buyers and industry professionals alike have pulled together to work through the challenges presented to the Industry as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The release of the 2020 season milk price has put many Aussie farmers minds at ease. Continue reading The Australian dairy industry continues to thrive, despite COVID-19 challenges
With human trials of a potential COVID-19 vaccine beginning in Adelaide, will South Australians trust the fast-tracked result? Continue reading A fast-tracked vaccine is on the way, but is the public willing to get the jab?
Visiting a family member in hospital is always hard, but during a pandemic it becomes unnerving. Continue reading “Please don’t go”: My family’s experience of hospitalisation during COVID-19
The expectations of first-year students didn’t quite turn out as planned with COVID-19 turning the bustling university life into a makeshift virtual reality. Continue reading Adapting to university: How first years tackled the COVID semester
The reopening of pubs and bars means this may be the hardest Dry July yet Continue reading Dry July
Australian doctors predict a 30 per cent decline in cancer diagnosis in Australia because of COVID-19. OTR reporter Alyssa Cairo finds out what the impacts of the decline really are. Continue reading What COVID-19 could mean for cancer diagnosis and prognosis