Archive for Category: "Opinion"
I wish I could say I smiled and thought “good on him” when I heard former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd had come out in support of same-sex marriage last night, but I didn’t. ASHLEIGH PISANI writes.
Politicians better be on their toes, with their statements now being rated for truthfulness by PolitiFact Australia, writes ASHLEIGH PISANI/
It’s been a big year for Adelaide art so far, and it only appears to be getting better. The Oi You! Urban Art Festival has brought over 70 pieces from some of the world’s best urban and street artists to town — including 22 from renowned talent, Banksy. ELYSE WILLIAMS REVIEWS.
Malaysia has become a dangerous place to live, says TZU GING YAP.
It’s getting near time for the 2013 NBA season, but with all the trades and happenings of late, it’s hard to know who to back. B-ball visionaries TOM NANCARROW and JOHNATHON BOYD give their low-down of what they expect to see unfold in the coming season.
Ever wondered what it’s like to travel to Cuba nowadays? Is it a undisturbed tropical paradise, or too unsafe to warrant the airline ticket? ERIN WILLIS finds out…
Check-In is a new broadcast TV show created, presented, shot and produced by journalism and film students at the University of South Australia. In this episode, the team covers all you need to know about the changing landscape of social media.
A common fantasy of many Australian students is to head overseas and start afresh. Yet how easy is this, and can it even be a prudent decision? NICOLE SCRIVA talked to UniSA student Shaun Mercier who now lives in London, to see how life is working out abroad.
Did you celebrate Mother’s Day just like everyone else? Breakfast in bed, dishing out presents, having a family dinner? What about those in families where such pleasantries are no longer part of their reality, where Mother’s Day is now a day of remembrance rather than celebration. ELLE VINCE talked through this reality, finding out what Mother’s Day this year meant to some people.
While election campaigns are renown for personal attacks and cheap swipes, Australians may see political campaigning reach new lows at the next federal election, judging by the tactics used in last month’s Queensland state election, writes ZOE DARLING.