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Celebrating 123 years of Philippine Independence

Philippines celebrates 123 years of Independence. Different organisations took the chance to speak up about the sovereignty of the country involving the […]

News Talk: How did much of the internet go kaput?

A jaw-dropping number of webpages such as the BBC, Reddit and The UK government became unavailable last week and many pointed to […]

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Loud & Queer: Queer filmmaking and pride merch fails

Sammy joins Laura and Elizabeth for some light-hearted trash talk about corporation’s terrible attempts at making pride merch for queer people. Sammy […]

Re-thinking the ‘inhospitable’ Himalayas

For many years it was believed that the Himalayas acted as a barrier between people living to the north and south of […]

What does Israel’s new government mean for Palestine?

Benjamin Netanyahu’s 12-year reign over Israel is about to come to an end, with a new coalition of parties from across the […]

Naomi Osaka’s example to young people

  The world’s best female tennis player is taking some time off from the media and scrutiny that often follows professional athletes. […]

Green strip thinking: Are bike lanes the answer for post-covid Melbourne?

If you’ve ever ridden a bike in Melbourne, you’ll know that sharing the road with trams, cars and trucks can be a […]

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Loud & Queer: a trans memoir and queer moments of joy

Big things are kicking off season 2 for Loud & Queer! Elizabeth and Laura highlight some things that bring them joy in […]

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Loud & Queer: queer musicians from Fergie to Frank Ocean

Sit down with Elizabeth, Laura and a cup of tea to hear about our favourite queer musicians from childhood to now, how […]

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Loud & Queer: Second Idol, gender diversity in music and positive LGBT+ rep

Sit down for another episode of Loud & Queer to hear this week’s LGBTQ+ news, local music, inspiring queer characters, and Laura […]