Coming Out Catholic: Interview with Author Alex Dunkin Coming Out Catholic: Interview with Author Alex Dunkin

Coming Out Catholic: Interview with Author Alex Dunkin

Alex Dunkin is currently a PhD student at the University of South Australia, and has accomplished an amazing feat of publishing his own book; Coming Out Catholic. The novel follows the story of a private Catholic school student coming to terms with his sexuality. You see the struggles running through his mind and the guilt for feeling the way he does.
Alex sat down with MORGAN BURLEY to discuss his accomplishment.

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Stop The Bleeding, America Stop The Bleeding, America

Stop The Bleeding, America

As of August 9th, there has been 224 shooting incidences in the United States of America just this year. Yet there continues to be very few laws regulating gun ownership and usage, writes MORGAN BURLEY.

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Nanny trial putting childcare centres at risk Nanny trial putting childcare centres at risk

Nanny trial putting childcare centres at risk

The Federal Budget’s new Nanny Trial, set to begin January 2016, may be putting childcare centres at risk of losing workers, SOPHIE FOX reports.

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The danger of wild mushrooms The danger of wild mushrooms

The danger of wild mushrooms

Wet conditions have caused an explosion of wild mushrooms across South Australia, but don’t be too quick to put any on your dinner plate, CHRISTIAN FLEETWOOD reports.

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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

Coming Out Catholic: Interview with Author Alex Dunkin

Coming Out Catholic: Interview with Author Alex Dunkin

Alex Dunkin is currently a PhD student at the University of South Australia, and has accomplished an amazing feat of publishing his own book; Coming Out Catholic. The novel follows the story of a private Catholic school student coming to terms with his sexuality. You see the struggles running through his mind and the guilt for feeling the way he does.
Alex sat down with MORGAN BURLEY to discuss his accomplishment.

Aug 18, 2015 9:30

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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Coming Out Catholic: Interview with Author Alex Dunkin

Coming Out Catholic: Interview with Author Alex Dunkin

Alex Dunkin is currently a PhD student at the University of South Australia, and has accomplished an amazing feat of publishing his own book; Coming Out Catholic. The novel follows the story of a private Catholic school student coming to terms with his sexuality. You see the struggles running through his mind and the guilt for feeling the way he does.
Alex sat down with MORGAN BURLEY to discuss his accomplishment.

Stop The Bleeding, America

Stop The Bleeding, America

As of August 9th, there has been 224 shooting incidences in the United States of America just this year. Yet there continues to be very few laws regulating gun ownership and usage, writes MORGAN BURLEY.

Nanny trial putting childcare centres at risk

Nanny trial putting childcare centres at risk

The Federal Budget’s new Nanny Trial, set to begin January 2016, may be putting childcare centres at risk of losing workers, SOPHIE FOX reports.

The danger of wild mushrooms

The danger of wild mushrooms

Wet conditions have caused an explosion of wild mushrooms across South Australia, but don’t be too quick to put any on your dinner plate, CHRISTIAN FLEETWOOD reports.

Islamic society success

Islamic society success

The Al-Salam festival hosted by the Islamic Society of Adelaide (ISSA), which ran on the 26th of April in Rymill Park, is demonstrative of Islam being embraced by the Adelaide community, writes AMELIA NICHELE.

Criticism of SA’s NDIS pilot is misleading and unfair

Criticism of SA’s NDIS pilot is misleading and unfair

Criticism of the nation’s landmark National Disability Insurance Scheme’s South Australian pilot came to light earlier in the week however this has been grossly unfair and misleading, Ashleigh Pisani writes.

Farmers concerned about losing workers after the tax-free threshold for backpackers is abolished

Farmers concerned about losing workers after the tax-free threshold for backpackers is abolished

Rural farm owners who employ backpackers are concerned they will lose workers once the tax free threshold for working holiday visa holders is abolished, STEPHANIE CARNELL reports.

Universities at the centre of a new plan to internationalise SA’s economy

Universities at the centre of a new plan to internationalise SA’s economy

Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis announced in the state budget an innovative approach to attracting foreign investors to South Australia; educate their children. ASHLEIGH PISANI and SIMON RUPPERT explain.

Review: Far from the Madding Crowd

Review: Far from the Madding Crowd

While the film does a fantastic job of setting up location, the same can’t be said for the way it deals with its tone writes THOMAS LUKE.

The Confederate battle flag: Not a symbol of pride

The Confederate battle flag: Not a symbol of pride

In the wake of the racially motivated massacre of nine African-Amercians in Charleston, debate has been rekindled about South Carolina’s displaying of the Confederate flag. CAREY MOORE explains why this symbol of hatred now belongs in a museum, not flying above the Statehouse.