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Seeing is Believing: Why Representation Matters

As representation continues to be a hot-button issue across all mediums, it can be difficult to see the non-politicised side of the picture. While...

Homeless and unprotected

Contributors: Keer Leng and Lucija Stolic Three out of five young people who experienced homelessness in 2020 were female. Ignored and overlooked, we know that...

Newsroom: International Consortium of Investigative Journalists

Hamish Boland-Rudder is the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists online editor. He has worked on all ICIJ's major investigations, including the Panama Papers, the...

Who do you think you are and why does it matter?

Locked down with nowhere to go, Australians have increasingly turned their attention to family history research. What are the reasons behind the phenomenon and...

Newsroom: Bill Wyman on the rise of internet journalism

Bill Wyman is long-time American journalist. He was assistant managing editor of National Public Radio in Washington, where he oversaw the network's arts, digital...

Avanti: A Shared History

How far would you go for family? Would you cross the ocean for them? Leave all your worldly possessions behind for them? Avanti explores the...

Rituals and Relationships: August Podcast, The Junction

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Australia’s music scene plunges deeper into poverty

If Music is food for the soul, then after two years of lockdown, Australia’s soul must be hungrier than Barnaby Joyce at a Vegan...