The exciting, new trial of electric scooters along Adelaide’s coastline has been short-lived as the scooters were removed from SA beaches in an effort to contain COVID-19. Continue reading Disappointment as commuters lose scooters
There is a future where driverless cars cascade down our roads without human interference and minimal traffic, and it would seem we are helping said future come to fruition. Continue reading How CAPTCHA tests are helping driverless cars
If you drive past the Adelaide Showgrounds on a Sunday morning, you will see people bustling in and out, grasping onto reusable shopping bags, filled to the brim with fresh and locally-sourced produce. Continue reading Why more people are buying from farmers’ markets
Like many teenagers, Jordan ‘Jent’ Henry played video games throughout high school. Continue reading Money for nothing: Misconceptions of the digital content creation industry
South Australia’s biggest vegan festival is just around the corner, being held for the first time this year at Rundle Park on 26-27 October. Continue reading From the vegan to the ‘v-curious’—The 2019 Vegan Festival Adelaide is for everyone
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
It is universally acknowledged that spontaneous experiences can often be the most fulfilling. Continue reading UniSA student receives life-changing grant
Ever thought you should be investing or doing something with your savings? Continue reading Investing 101: A uni student’s guide to start investing
While most interest and media coverage about North American politics has focused on the United States’ impeachment inquiries and Presidential nominations for the 2020 election, Canada has been preparing for their own election. Continue reading The Canadian election has global consequences: So why aren’t we talking about it?
Turkey launched an offensive into north-eastern parts of Syria yesterday, unleashing air strikes and artillery barrages, causing several civilian casualties. Continue reading Trump and Iran: Where did it all go wrong?