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The hazard on our horizon

Researchers in Australia have noticed a worrying trend – after large-scale lockdowns, there’s a surge in drownings. So as the weather warms […]
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Lack of community sport and its effect on young people.

A new survey from the Australian Sports Foundation reveals many community sports clubs are struggling from the financial impact of the covid-19 […]
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The never-ending rise of the property market.

Reporter Benay Ozdemir caught up with Dr Hao Wu to discuss the property market in Melbourne. The housing boom continues to rise as Capio […]
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Loud & Queer: trans people on social media and an update on that One Nation bill ft. a special guest

It seems transgender people are still facing the impact of right wing populism in another week on the internet, but what does […]
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News Talks: Improving employment opportunities for young people with disability.

For this weeks News Talks, hosts Faith Macale and Benay Ozdemir caught up with Tim Sprey, Melbourne Hub Expansion Manager for Jigsaw, […]

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Kim K’s viral Saturday Night Live hosting debut

Reality TV star Kim Kardashian made her mark on the long running comedy show last weekend and shocked many with her self-deprecating […]
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Loud & Queer: Desire Marea’s spiritual path to their debut album

Join the Loud & Queer crew for a super special episode featuring Liz’s (she/her) interview with Desire Marea (they/them) about their debut […]
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Loud & Queer: trans people on social media and an update on that One Nation bill ft. a special guest

It seems transgender people are still facing the impact of right wing populism in another week on the internet, but what does […]
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Q&A with Afghan Australian Shamsiya Hussainpoor

Reporter Sahar Foladi caught up with podcast host, final year journalism student and Afghan Australian Shamsiya Hussainpoor to talk about the reality […]
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News Talks: What’s happening in Afghanistan?

Afghanistan has been in the news a lot this week. So host Emile Pavlich caught up with professor in international security and […]

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FILM REVIEW: Pig

Words by Matt Thorley Who has my pig? Nicholas Cage, Alex Wolff, a cute pig and copious amounts of drool-inducing food star […]
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Becoming Cousteau Highlights the Significance of Jacques Cousteau’s Work in Today’s World

Screener provided by Rialto Distribution Words By Arnel Duracak “While not ground-breaking in its account of Jacques Cousteau, Becoming Cousteau nonetheless reminds […]
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FILM REVIEW: The Talented Mr. Ripley

Words by Finnian Gregor Oxford Languages defines passeggiata as “(especially in Italy or Italian-speaking areas) a leisurely walk or stroll, especially one […]
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Loud & Queer: Desire Marea’s spiritual path to their debut album

Join the Loud & Queer crew for a super special episode featuring Liz’s (she/her) interview with Desire Marea (they/them) about their debut […]
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FILM REVIEW: Disclosure

TRIGGER WARNING: Sexual harassment and abuse Words by Finnian Gregor The storytelling of our ongoing post-MeToo era is visibly varied and veracious […]

Latest In Politics

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The federal government’s ‘junk’ carbon credits.

A new report by the Australian Conservation Foundation and the Australia Institute has shone a light on ‘junk’ carbon credits used as part […]
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Native forest logging banned from 2024 in Western Australia

Western Australia recently announced that native logging will be banned from 2024. Reporter Lilian Bernhardt explains the decision, the timber industry’s response, […]

Job Losses in Higher Education

For this weeks News Talk, producer Emile Pavlic caught up with Eliza Littleton from the Australia Institute to talk about their latest […]
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Loud & Queer: trans people on social media and an update on that One Nation bill ft. a special guest

It seems transgender people are still facing the impact of right wing populism in another week on the internet, but what does […]
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Loud & Queer: Gallery 17’s Kabir talks breaking down barriers for POC artists

Sammy holds an interview with Naarm-based creative Kabir (they/she/he), about their latest work. Kabir is the Community Advisor at St Kilda’s Gallery […]