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How difficult is it to translate COVID-19 materials in other languages?

According to an ABC report last week, a mistakes have been found in the translation of government materials about COVID-19. Does that […]

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From art to science: how glassblowing is aiding construction of quantum sensors

Adelaide artist Karen Cunningham couldn’t have known her glassblowing technique would form a whole new material, capable of building quantum sensors which […]

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News Talks #5: Meet the young people fighting for financial access to university degrees

In this episode of News Talks, hosts Gabriela Caeli Sumampow and Wing Kuang interview Local and Vocal campaigners Ana Colling and Martinique […]

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Carbon-tracking app helps schools and businesses reduce their emissions

CEO of eco-start-up ClimateClever Dr Vanessa Rauland speaks to Panorama on the way their new app is helping Australians track their environmental […]

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Australians should be more concerned with cyber security: UNISYS

A recent study by International IT Corporation UNISYS shows that bushfires and pandemics are shifting Australian’s safety concerns away from cyber security […]

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Report: COVID-19 sparks rise of racism against Asians in Australia

A new report conducted by Asian Australian Alliance and think tank Per Capita documented over 400 cases of racism against Asian Australians […]

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News Talks #2: Compulsory masks, Karen from Bunnings, and racism in Australia

Anneliese Farrer and Gabriela Caeli Sumampow discuss what it’s been like to have a compulsory mask order across Melbourne and the Mitchell […]

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Researchers issue report alleging Victorian Government selling off land needed for public housing

New research suggests the Victorian Government “wasted” the opportunity to house its homeless population, after selling off nearly 600 hectares of public […]

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A look into the origins of International Nurses Day

May 12 is the annual International Nurses Day. University of Melbourne Professor Marie Gerdtz tells us a short history of nursing and […]

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Fair Comment

From 4EB and 4ZZZ via the Community Radio Network: Fair Comment is a program that lets real people tell their story. Hear […]