Telling Our Stories Telling Our Stories

Telling Our Stories

What if in the 1920s, you had to take on different identities to fight in the ring, feed your family and fight for your country? SOPHIE COMBER writes.

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Review: Nightcrawler Review: Nightcrawler

Review: Nightcrawler

Dan Gilroy’s “Nightcrawler”, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, is an innovative thrill-ride through a minefield of journalism ethics, writes DYLAN RUSSELL.

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Saving Innovation: why not studying maths and science doesn’t add up Saving Innovation: why not studying maths and science doesn’t add up

Saving Innovation: why not studying maths and science doesn’t add up

Maths and science aren’t everyone’s favourite subjects at school, but a new study has found students enrolling in these subjects have been declining over the past 20 years. So why aren’t the numbers adding up? CASEY LODGE reports.

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Why are we addicted to diets? Why are we addicted to diets?

Why are we addicted to diets?

We see advertisements for diet and exercise programs posted all across social media every day. The Australian Bureau of Statistics recently released a survey about Australian women’s health stating that just over 1 million adult women are currently on a diet, CASEY GREGORY WRITES.

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Audio

AUDIO: Interview with writer/director Robert Connolly

AUDIO: Interview with writer/director Robert Connolly

Robert Connolly is the writer and director of Underground: The Julian Assange Story, telling the story of the early years of the mastermind behind Wikileaks. DORIAN TISATO catches up with Connolly for a chat.

Apr 13, 2013 16:43

Video

VIDEO: Check-In episode 3

VIDEO: Check-In episode 3

Episode 3 focuses on youth health, covering everything from sexual and mental health to blood donations. The team also learns more about the newest Headspace centre at Noarlunga.

Jul 22, 2012 13:06

Arts & Culture

Telling Our Stories

Telling Our Stories

What if in the 1920s, you had to take on different identities to fight in the ring, feed your family and fight for your country? SOPHIE COMBER writes.

Nov 19, 2014 16:36

World News

Education the focus for International Women’s Day

Education the focus for International Women’s Day

Education is the key to empowering women and girls in developing nations and giving them the power to make their own choices writes JOSEPHINE LIM.

Mar 11, 2014 14:00

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Telling Our Stories

Telling Our Stories

What if in the 1920s, you had to take on different identities to fight in the ring, feed your family and fight for your country? SOPHIE COMBER writes.

Review: Nightcrawler

Review: Nightcrawler

Dan Gilroy’s “Nightcrawler”, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, is an innovative thrill-ride through a minefield of journalism ethics, writes DYLAN RUSSELL.

Saving Innovation: why not studying maths and science doesn’t add up

Saving Innovation: why not studying maths and science doesn’t add up

Maths and science aren’t everyone’s favourite subjects at school, but a new study has found students enrolling in these subjects have been declining over the past 20 years. So why aren’t the numbers adding up? CASEY LODGE reports.

Why are we addicted to diets?

Why are we addicted to diets?

We see advertisements for diet and exercise programs posted all across social media every day. The Australian Bureau of Statistics recently released a survey about Australian women’s health stating that just over 1 million adult women are currently on a diet, CASEY GREGORY WRITES.

Movember for men’s health

Movember for men’s health

It is that hairy time of year again guys, and girls be tolerant, as it is all for a good cause. Movember is in full swing now, where ‘Mo Bros’ are committed to growing a moustache for thirty days of November, all in the name of mens health, CASEY GREGORY REPORTS.

Magic of the Pageant is almost here

Magic of the Pageant is almost here

It is that time of the year again, time to dust off the Christmas decorations, start writing up your Christmas wish lists and ensure that you are on your best behaviour because Father Christmas is drafting his naughty or nice list and needs to check it twice, writes CASEY GREGORY.

Degrees of unemployment: Graduates struggling to find work

Degrees of unemployment: Graduates struggling to find work

Twenty years ago you could walk straight out of university and into a job for most careers. Or at least that’s what my parents, their friends and others from Generation X tell me. As a 21 year old soon-to-be university graduate, I can’t even imagine a world like that in this day and age, writes JOSEPHINE WIGAN.

Hong Kong: A Destination Not A Stopover

Hong Kong: A Destination Not A Stopover

Hong Kong is a city that has experienced the process of modernization whilst maintaining the essence and culture of its people. Hong Kong is a city that should not be missed from your travel itinerary, writes JACK MASON.

Snake sighting at Magill campus

Snake sighting at Magill campus

A snake sighting on the University of South Australia’s Magill campus last week, has prompted staff and security to remain vigilant, CASEY GREGORY reports.

Julia Gillard in Conversation

Julia Gillard in Conversation

The excitement in the air was tangible as former Prime Minister Julia Gillard was welcomed to the stage at the Adelaide Town Hall to discuss her recently released memoir. Throughout the conversation Ms Gillard was witty and charming and she raised several important points about the treatment of women in public life and how we as a nation can do better, reports ASHLEIGH PISANI.