NASA’s James Webb telescope to supersede Hubble telescope next year
Late in 2021, a new telescope built by NASA called the James Webb telescope will begin its journey in outer space. The […]
News Talks #13: The push to break Australia’s media concentration
Compared to other Western democracies, Australia’s media concentration is extremely high. This limits the variety of viewpoints and opinions expressed on currents […]
La Niña is back for first time in four years, what does that mean?
The El Niño–Southern Oscillation scale moves back and fourth towards the end of ever year. This year, its polar end La Niña […]
Rio Tinto plans on destroying another 124 Indigenous sites
Earlier this year, the mining company Rio Tinto destroyed Juukan gorge, a 46,000 year old heritage-listed site. After apologising, Rio Tinto has […]
News Talks #10: Has COVID cracked Australia’s multicultural illusion?
In a continuation from our last News Talks, reporters Anneliese Farrer and Wing Kuang speak to Don Doughty, immediate past Vice President […]
News Talks #9: International students and racism against Asian-Australians
Our reporters Anneliese Farrer and Wing Kuang speak to Don Doughty, immediate past Vice President of the Council for International Students Australia, […]
Victorian mine to become powerhouse in dark matter research
Plans for the construction of an underground physics lab will make the former Stawell Mine in Victoria operational as the epicentre for […]
News Talks #7: Importance of news media in regional communities
Our reporters Rafal Alumairy and Anneliese Farrer interview Student Journalist of the Year Jack Ward. Last year, after the closure of Ararat’s […]
Who is sending those mysterious seeds?
Packets of seeds are showing up across the globe with an unmarked sender. Who is receiving them, who is sending them, and […]
News Talks #15: Transgender Awareness Week, 12-19 November
Trans Awareness Week spans from November 13-19 in the lead-up to Transgender Day of Remembrance on the 20th. Reporters Anneliese Farrer and […]