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Manus Island detainees still ‘completely alone’ two months after suicide of...

Contributor: Mary Hakimi No counselling services have been offered to the friends of 52-year-old Rohingya refugee Salim Kyawning who died two months ago on Manus Island by taking his...

Elections are no laughing matter but a laugh helps

Contributor: Tim Piccione | '“If you’re doing satire or you’re doing political cartooning, all is forgiven”: Terry Serio. When Australians tire of commentators arguing on...

Congratulations Michael Koziol

We are delighted to hear that former MECO student Michael Koziol has just won the PRINT/TEXT NEWS REPORT Walkley. Michael Koziol and Jennifer Duke, The Sydney Morning...

Technology and Eating Disorders: Not all bad?

Contributor: Juliet Lochrin | Content warning: contains images of malnourished individuals from the Minnesota Starvation Experiment There’s an app for everything nowadays. Be it online banking,...

Matthew votes with mum by his side

Contributor: Maria Gil | Wearing red ‘Stop Adani’ earrings and his signature multicolour and patterned dress shirt, the Greens’ Sydney candidate Matthew Thompson appeared at...

Adani mine and climate change dominate forum

Contributor: Eve Lollback Climate Change revealed itself as the most critical issue for the 40 residents who attended the Sydney electorate candidate forum at the...

Domestic Abuse Victims Turned Away Amid Shelter Crisis

Contributor: Mia Castagnone One in two women are turned away every night in Australia amid overcrowding at crisis relief shelters, according to recent estimates. The Supported...

Symptom of a larger sickness — COVID-19 racism against Asian-Australians

Racism is a destructive infestation that crawls under the surface of Australia’s image of a ‘multicultural’ society. It only takes a spark to re-ignite the...

‘Three knives, two faces’: why Labor is losing Chinese voters

Contributor: Yiling Wang |  First generation Chinese migrants living in the centre of Sydney may not prove to be big fans of Labor in the...

Lord Howe Island’s unique treasures flag climate change for Sydney voters

Contirbutor: Jen Grinham Sydney’s iconic cityscape defines its electorate, but few realise the pristine forests and coral reefs of Lord Howe Island are also part...

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