As a means to escape the persecution of Jews in Europe, the top end almost became a sanctuary. Sadly, it was put on the backburner.
Sadly, another member of the AFP took their own lives. With questions finally being asked about the culture within those walls, I know that there is no easy solution.
Yesterday, the nation was shocked by the footage of Fortnite streamer abusing his pregnant partner. As a survivor of domestic violence, I know that the difficult day is the one after they’ve been charged.
Fronting Burwood court (and the media insanity) this morning, Jarryd Hayne officially entered a plea of not guilty.
The yellow vest protests might feel new, but their motivations lie in a similar Parisian demonstration in the 1950s.
The regeneration of the Nazi has been lead by the proliferation of their salute. Whether in jest, or not, the dangers are obvious.
What a week. PETA jumped the shark, odd things were heard in space and our politics went to complete doo-doo.
George W. Bush’s eulogy for his father garnered a warm response for media commentators and celebrities alike. Are they kidding?
In this week alone, we’ve banned a Christmas song, the use of meat-based puns, The Little Mermaid and conversing with women. I fear whatever sense that was left is now gone.
As you read this, the Morrison government is sacrificing both its encryption bill and the rest of its legitimacy to stop a vote to get sick children off Nauru.
Sydneysider Marnie Ogg is one of the few people around the world we trust to protect the night sky. How did she get this title, and what does she do? Read on, stars…
Our trust in our politicians sits at an all-time low, and rightfully so. Both left and right have done nothing to cultivate trust from the electorate.
Geez. You wait for one piece of bad news, and three come along. Overnight, Facebook was caught in a lie, Donald did something silly, and Bob Katter dropped his latest masterpiece.
In the modern age, false media is all too often promoted as a means to advance the already advanced. I suggest we redirect our technology to those who need it: those outside the official narrative.
Republicans have turned on Donald Trump, as they now believe that Mohammed bin Salman did orchestrate the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Whether it changes anything, is harder to figure.
Scott Morrison believes that the populace has told him “loud and clear” to cut immigration. But what do we think?
I was in Paris during the yellow vest demonstrations. While I wasn’t surprised at the violence, I was surprised at how unexpectedly that beautiful city turned ugly.
With the wrongful arrest of Mohamed Nizamdeen boiling down to romantic revenge, I suggest we pause to reflect on our behaviour. Or the face of our true antagonist.
Back in the midst of WW2, The Menzies government decided to lock up 15,000 foreigners on our shores under the guise of national security. Bitterly, some of those locked up were born here. Sound familiar?
The modern fascist arrived in my Inner-West suburb recently, and despite our unison complaint, they’re free to continue their brand of hate. But that doesn’t make us powerless.
Last night, Scott Morrison changed the rules to avoid another Libspill, and thusly, save himself. As an LNP voter, it’s time we register the magnitude of this albatross we’ve enabled.