In what he calls the ‘being-a-jerk-period’ of mental illness, Mikael Hattingh wants to apologise to those who have faith he will make it through.
Metallics, pop art and sportswear are on Blake Sutherland’s hot fashion tips list for 2014 – here’s why…
As the government talks up a general overhaul of the national curriculum, ex-minister Bill Risby has his say on the State staying clear of religious education.
It’s Sunday, so Paris Portingale is using the day of rest to mull over certain religious myths, truths and otherwise he feels require clarification.
Mark Chu identifies the real challenge in “The Biggest Loser: Challenge Australia” – we must all stop hating society’s overweight.
In a loud world full of too much noise Polly Chester finds her way through the hubbub to put together her Top 5 types of silence.
Sean Romero, an avid (ish) fan of Domestic Goddess, Nigella Lawson, questions her recent media treatment and the malicious nature of gossip more generally.
Taking a more considered approach than some outspoken public figures recently have, Diamond Pregnancy Support’s Jen Gurry wades into the ‘pro-life’ debate.
Stuck in a carriage deep below the city, RW Chinnery muses on trains and their relation to the social fabric, mental health and more broadly with our lives.
When next you purchase a t-shirt, laptop or coffee, in the name of humanity Steph Lentz urges you to consider the notion of ethical consumerism before you buy.
After a sombre end to last week, E-in-C Paul Bugeja tries to make some sense of the sometimes senseless nature of death…
The wanderlust that comes with being a professional ‘dabbler’ offers Cindy Hoang the chance to embrace a changing workforce and pursue a new set of dreams.
A populist attitude to inking up, particularly via too-often-seen hipsters sporting tattoos as fashion accessories, has gotten under Nick Spellicy’s skin…
To kick off our weekly “Top 5” column, E-in-C Paul Bugeja teams up with Vince Varney to prepare a timely Top 5 ‘Political Foot in Mouth’ moments.
Internet marketing Consultant James Parnwell offers both his professional and personal viewpoint on whether Facebook is biting the hand that feeds it.
James Hennessy clears up the bit of myth-making behind the notion of there being a balanced media in Australia.
With 2013 behind him and 2014 already barrelling along, Xavier Toby takes a moment to reflect on some of his less memorable New Years Eve moments.
Given Colorado’s foray into legal cannabis use, Alex Gillis questions the direction Australian authorities should take when it comes to the war on drugs.
A lover of words and language, Simon Bossell does not appreciate the way the word marriage has become a means of taking away some basic human rights.
Oscar Hedstrom, of the ‘Pho Fighters for genuine Asian noodle soup consumption’, uncovers a ‘Faux Pho’ scandal that is rocking foodies across the country…
Peeling back the shiny sparkly outer layers Beyoncé wraps around herself, Mikhael Hattingh finds Queen Bey is ahead of her contemporaries by a pop mile.