Australia Day: What does it mean for our Indigenous citizens? Australia Day: What does it mean for our Indigenous citizens?

Australia Day: What does it mean for our Indigenous citizens?

While Australia Day brings up the painful memories of British forces systematically killing vast tribal groups, Indigenous Australians anguish should be replaced with greater promotion of their own ancestry with a celebrated NAIDOC Week and a specialised ‘Indigenous Day’ annually, TOM EDWARDS writes.

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Will you stand up for a woman’s right to live in safety? Will you stand up for a woman’s right to live in safety?

Will you stand up for a woman’s right to live in safety?

In Australia, at least one woman is killed per week as a result of intimate partner violence. But the victims of domestic violence against women are not just statistics: they are wives, sisters, mothers, daughters, and friends. Male-led campaign White Ribbon asks Australians to take a stand in ending men’s violence against women on White Ribbon Day. In Adelaide, members of the community will march on Saturday, November 28th, with a mission to make women’s safety a man’s issue too, ALYSSIA TENNANT reports.

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Youth on the streets Youth on the streets

Youth on the streets

Children between the ages of 12 and 18 are one of the largest groups experiencing homelessness in Australia, making up over 27 per cent of the homeless population, ASHLEIGH CHAPMAN reports.

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Our Soldiers’ Untold Stories Our Soldiers’ Untold Stories

Our Soldiers’ Untold Stories

With Australia being urged to send more assistance to the Middle East, questions are being asked about the welfare of our soldiers; physically and psychologically, MORGAN BURLEY 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

Recent Articles

Australia Day: What does it mean for our Indigenous citizens?

Australia Day: What does it mean for our Indigenous citizens?

While Australia Day brings up the painful memories of British forces systematically killing vast tribal groups, Indigenous Australians anguish should be replaced with greater promotion of their own ancestry with a celebrated NAIDOC Week and a specialised ‘Indigenous Day’ annually, TOM EDWARDS writes.

Will you stand up for a woman’s right to live in safety?

Will you stand up for a woman’s right to live in safety?

In Australia, at least one woman is killed per week as a result of intimate partner violence. But the victims of domestic violence against women are not just statistics: they are wives, sisters, mothers, daughters, and friends. Male-led campaign White Ribbon asks Australians to take a stand in ending men’s violence against women on White Ribbon Day. In Adelaide, members of the community will march on Saturday, November 28th, with a mission to make women’s safety a man’s issue too, ALYSSIA TENNANT reports.

Youth on the streets

Youth on the streets

Children between the ages of 12 and 18 are one of the largest groups experiencing homelessness in Australia, making up over 27 per cent of the homeless population, ASHLEIGH CHAPMAN reports.

Our Soldiers’ Untold Stories

Our Soldiers’ Untold Stories

With Australia being urged to send more assistance to the Middle East, questions are being asked about the welfare of our soldiers; physically and psychologically, MORGAN BURLEY reports.

Malcolm Turnbull is no progressive saviour

Malcolm Turnbull is no progressive saviour

Australian progressives rejoiced on Monday night at the downfall of the ultra-conservative Tony Abbott and welcomed the elevation of his small l liberal replacement. But in reality, nothing of any substance has changed, writes ASHLEIGH PISANI.

Why has Australia had 5 PMs in less than a decade?

Why has Australia had 5 PMs in less than a decade?

Australia has had five PMs in less than a decade, leading to serious questions about how the Australian public view and criticise their elected representatives, TOM EDWARDS writes.

Seeing the positives in Tony Abbott’s tenure

Seeing the positives in Tony Abbott’s tenure

As the era of Tony Abbott’s Government comes to close, the former Prime Minister has left a legacy of uniting disenfranchised youth who joined together in their collective distain for his ultra conservative policies, MELVIN GONZALEZ writes

Disgust at Hawkes captain Hodge avoiding penalty for drink driving

Disgust at Hawkes captain Hodge avoiding penalty for drink driving

Luke Hodge was caught drink driving with a blood alcohol level of 0.068, fined $450 and docked 10 demerit points. So why is he avoiding any internal punishment from Hawthorn? The AFL have been involved in many campaigns for the responsible consumption of alcohol. Yet time and time again, players seem to be flouting the rules and making a mockery of these campaigns, AMELIA McMAHON writes.

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.