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The Lesser Trodden Path

Contributor: Gabriella Kelly-Davies Heather Stratfold, a cellist who graced the stages of concert halls in the UK and Australia, embarked on her transition to a...

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Labor’s Progressive Left Lives in Sydney

Contributor: Tim Piccione A young, socially-progressive population defines the inner-metropolitan electorate of Sydney. The area has remained a safe Labor stronghold since its inception in...

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Memories among the ruins

Beneath a canopy of birch and pine, Latvia’s Rumbula forests looked just like my grandfather’s black and white photographs, only coloured by the bright...
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The Last Corner Shop

Contributor: Jock Wheeldon Sydney has never been sentimental. In the 10th most expensive city in the world, coffee shops spring up like weeds, and every second...

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...

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...

Podcast: Unfinished Business

DMU Usyd · Unfinished Business - Sarah O Keefe Contributor: Sarah O' Keefe  Synopsis:  'Unfinished Business' is a comedic murder mystery centred upon a ghost named Martha....

Podcast: Instruments of Healing

https://soundcloud.com/user-276936733/instruments-of-healing-1-himalayan-bowl-1 Contributor: Santosha Sadhana Instruments of Healing is a starting audio project looking to explore the different tools used in healing practices through the relationships with...


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