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Protect your computer: don’t leave it until you ‘Wannacry’
BY JORDAN FENNELL IT experts are warning Windows users to update their software in order to avoid their data being encrypted and […]
Health star ratings: is your food as healthy as it seems?
By MIHIKA HEDGE For shoppers looking to save time in the supermarket, health star ratings have become somewhat of a salvation, but […]
Victorian Youth Summit: young voices cry for change
Around 400 young people attended the Victorian Parliament’s inaugural Youth Summit at Melbourne’s MCG on Friday. Panorama reporters Alain Nygugen and Dona Malaish caught the passionate […]
Making the switch: Are renewables to blame for SA blackouts?
By Rochelle Kirkham Renewable energy has come into the spotlight, drawing criticism from the Federal Government after a severe heatwave again caused […]
High levels of metal found in Queensland turtles
By Rochelle Kirkham New research shows turtles on the Great Barrier Reef are facing record-breaking health issues. Green turtles at Upstart Bay, south […]
Famine hits parts of South Sudan
By Rochelle Kirkham United Nations agencies declared famine in parts of South Sudan this week. Over 100,000 people are facing starvation and […]
Climate change: where is Australia at?
Where does Australia sit in the climate change debate? What are some key environmental issues challenging our government today? The team at Represent finds out. […]
SYN’s Guide to Executive Orders
Source: Flickr / Creative Commons By Maria Dunne What are Executive Orders? Executive Orders have garnered worldwide attention recently as President […]
Op ed: Higher education fees need a solution, not a Band-Aid
By NATASHA GRIVAS Young people have been in the government’s sights for the past few Federal budgets. Prior proposals include cuts to […]