We’re eight hours into the death of Instagram, but in case you’re missing it, these are the extremely important people that you won’t hear from today.
With yet more time tacked onto Paul Manafort’s sentence, it’s best we look at who he represented in the past – to gauge a measure of the man.
We’ve been through a lot lately, but I think we’ve officially moved beyond satire with our formal investigation into ‘fair dinkum energy’. Please stop, Australia.
Those women who chose Islamic State, the so-called ISIS brides have chided the Western world. For what it’s worth, they made their choice, and I understand why.
The #MeToo movement has changed the media landscape, however, it hasn’t exact reached our shores just yet.
While the Pell verdict has split the nation, scoring it as a win for our political station needs to stop.
The days of dangerous mine work seems to be a relic of a bygone era. However, new cases of a long-dead disease raises a series of difficult questions.
The news about George Pell hit home, as I thought of my uncle, a victim of the church, one who didn’t survive to feel the vindication felt last week.
Last month, a federal scandal saw Michaelia Cash and Michael Keenan walk free, as a complete lack of accountability saw the AFP unwilling to continue their investigation. It has renewed calls for greater oversight.
It might seem like we fought WW2 to stop it, but anti-jewish sentiment is alive and well in 2019. Defeating it, however, means looking to yesterday as well as tomorrow.
This week, Jordan Peterson appeared on Q&A. His sentiment, despite being popular, often betrays its own logic.
As I write this “Venezuela Aid Live” is trending on Twitter, but I believe we’re being bamboozled, as we already know the reason why the West is so invested.
Despite the rhetoric, those who seek asylum by boat are often richer and arrive less frequently than those who arrive by plane. There are some marked differences between the two.
‘Whataboutism’ might have been born in the Soviet Union, but it is a valuable tool to bludgeon another in an internet argument. It is also comparable to sticking your fingers in your ears and going nnnnaarrrrppp.
Our refugees win literary awards, they move us on Twitter, and they heavily influence our news cycles. But, somehow, each new name seems to be a scandal the government needs to endure – nothing more.
I wanted to be many things when I was younger. And while I’m not any of those things, that doesn’t mean the dream is dead.
The tiny house movement is a pipe dream we’ve all considered. But, what about the realities of that living situation? Well, we ask many tiny residents many large questions.
We mothers have a lot of opinions. However, it was the level of complaint aimed at the poor PR people of Huggies that makes me think we’re entirely lost the plot.
The American Reality is fear, and fear alone. Despite the change of location, or face, or reason, there is one thing that binds us.
We’re not too far away from total environmental collapse. So, the apocalypse may soon be upon us. Just not today, I can’t be bothered.
I’ve recently just bought my first home. The education we were afforded has left me wholly unprepared for the realities of the situation.