Priority vaccines for Australia’s teachers
We all know that this vaccine rollout has been bungled, with many not receiving vaccines who should have. Schools have struggled throughout […]
Putting Rapid antigen testing to the test
Rapid antigen tests have been in the news this week, with a bit of contention around them. So, do they work? Are […]
ScoMo says we can get the AstraZeneca jab – but would you?
Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s announcement that people under 40 should speak to their GP about getting the AstraZeneca vaccine caused a heap […]
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 […]
How Covid-19 Has Affected The Tourism Industry
Photo: Brown Leather Duffel Bag by: nappy available HERE and used under a Creative Commons Attribution. The image has not been modified. Written by […]
Friendship in the face of COVID
As Melbourne begins to open up again after months of COVID-19 lockdown orders, friendships are under pressure as people try to reconnect. […]
Crushing the Pearl: China is finally ready to take back Hong Kong
In its relatively short existence, the People’s Republic of China has become one of the most formidable forces on the planet. However, […]
Greater government support required for social housing due to COVID-19
Vulnerable communities have been effected by the current pandemic and the need for better support from the government in the development and […]
How the regional town of Shepparton defeated COVID-19
Last week, the small regional Victorian city of Shepparton recorded three cases of COVID-19 linked to the Chadstone butchers outbreak. Fortunately they […]
2020-21 Victorian State Budget: What’s in it for young people?
The 2020-21 Victorian State Budget was announced today and features an extraordinary amount of spending on infrastructure, mental health and education. Reporters […]