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?
On Tuesday, May 11 Treasurer Josh Frydenberg delivered the 2021-22 Federal Budget promising billions for economic recovery, but where is all that money going? OTR journalist Dani Bozoski breaks it down. Continue reading 2021-22 Federal Budget breakdown: What you need to know
Growing concern over the environment, sustainability and health have all increased the popularity of organic wine. But how has the onset of COVID-19 in early 2020 changed the wine landscape? Reporter Jessica Franzé travels to McLaren Vale to find out more. Continue reading One glass at a time: Deciphering perspectives on McLaren Vale’s organic wine
Adelaide is the world’s meth capital, according to a recent study. Continue reading Adelaide: The world’s meth capital
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
AFL series smashes the ‘stoic, tight-jawed athlete’ stereotype. Continue reading The Last Time I Cried: A reimagining of masculinity
Many people face an uphill battle in obtaining help for their mental health – not just overcoming the stigma attached to seeking help, but also in terms of the quality of care available from an underfunded and understaffed health service. Thankfully, grassroots projects provide support to those in need. Continue reading A broken mental health system, but some light in the dark
On the nightly television news, images of meth lab busts by police are not uncommon. But what happens after everyone leaves the crime scene? Continue reading Meet the people behind SA’s meth lab decontamination industry
The Juvenile Diabetes Foundation (JDRF) is putting Australians to the test of walking 120,000 steps for October to raise awareness for type 1 diabetes, a cause which hits close to home for many Australians. Continue reading The journey to turn Type 1 into type none
Indigenous and remotely located children are more likely to receive child protection care than children in major cities, according to a Child Protection Report from March 2020, but what are the circumstances that lead to this? Continue reading Indigenous and remotely located children are more likely to receive child protection care than those in major cities, but why is this?