On the Record editor Thomas Kelsall won the ‘Julie Duncan Memorial for Student Journalism’ award earlier this month. Continue reading Julie Duncan Memorial Award presented to UniSA student
Budding journalist Alex Dalziel said he learned more Indonesian after five weeks of study in Jakarta than after two years of taking the language in high school back in Australia. Continue reading Neighbours or Strangers? Live-in experiences aim to improve Indonesian-Australian ties
Last Wednesday, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey signed the most extreme abortion bill in US history. If it goes into effect, it would ban abortion at every stage of pregnancy and make it a felony crime for medical providers to perform the procedure. Continue reading You need to be paying attention to the latest assault on reproductive rights
A Muslim researcher at UniSA says mainstream media coverage of Islam should be held accountable for making events like the Christchurch massacre “inevitable”. Continue reading Negative reports on Islam a daily practice by Murdoch-owned media
British authorities recently arrested Julian Assange after his seven-year stint at the Ecuadorian embassy in London. Continue reading Julian Assange: What’s the sitch?
New espionage and foreign interference laws could see journalists facing 25 years to life imprisonment. Continue reading Turnbull’s Espionage Bill could threaten the principles of journalism
Trump has opposed the news media since first campaigning for presidency in 2016. Continue reading Trump’s vendetta against the media jeopardises the lives of journalists
Election night, March 17, the Labor Party’s 16-year rule over South Australia is slowly drawing to a close, and long-time journalist Jayne Stinson is covering the proceedings on Channel 7’s election panel. Continue reading The New Faces of Labor: meet Jayne Stinson