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Greens win Northcote by-election

The Greens have taken the state seat of Northcote in a recent by-election, beating the Labor party in an electorate they’ve held […]

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Voice activated artificial intelligence fears

“Hey Siri, should we be worried about the rise of AI, especially when it’s being used in our homes?” Companies like Google […]

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Out of school and on the loose: It’s Schoolies time

Schoolies is a time honoured tradition for young Australians fresh from exams to blow off some steam and hit the beach. While […]

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SYN at the Face the Music summit

Last week SYN’s Music Manager, Zara Kravchenko and Talks Manager, Matilda Elgood with camera in tow headed to Face The Music in […]

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Refugees on Air Episode #3

Syrian Twins Sarah and Maya Ghassali interview their very first Syrian refugee Karla Medawar, who is an engineer student from Beloved Syria […]

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Refugees on Air Episode #2

Syrian Twins Sarah and Maya interview Refugee actor Tony Le Nguyen, discussing his journey from Vietnam to Australia as a youth, the […]

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Remembrance Day marks 99 years since the end of WWI

Saturday 11 marked the 99th anniversary of Remembrance Day. Vasiliki Raptis investigated the meaning behind the day and what Remembrance Day means […]

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La Trobe university to trial driverless bus

The arrival of a new driverless bus at La Trobe University may herald a new era of safer transport for students, but […]

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Australians uncomfortable showing their true selves at work

A recent survey by LinkedIn states that more than half of Australians hide some aspects of themselves when they’re at the office, […]

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Paradise Papers leak shines light on international tax avoidance

The largest document leak in history has unveiled confronting information about how the mega-rich hide their money to avoid paying tax. 13.4 […]