Well, what a week it was. The Notre Dame drove white-hot discussion, and Australia dipped to yet another unwanted sequel. What is this life?
This morning, the legendary Notre Dame is burning. With the spire already lost, it is likely that we’ll lose a thousand years of Paris, and with it, one of her more identifiable features.
Chris Brown has been released by the Parisian police, loudly denying all charges. The investigation will continue, although it is unclear whether past instances will factor in the judgement.
With Macron buckling to the demands of the Paris protestors, it’s easy to assume that violent protest is the best avenue toward progress. But will it work outside of France?
The yellow vest protests might feel new, but their motivations lie in a similar Parisian demonstration in the 1950s.
What a week. PETA jumped the shark, odd things were heard in space and our politics went to complete doo-doo.
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.
Mamoudou Gassama, the Parisian who scaled an apartment block to save a child has been awarded French citizenship. He certainly earned it, but there’s a pattern here.
Public Holiday Monday. You have a beautiful face. Elsewhere, things are not so hopeful, as the Catalan referendum got ugly, Justin Trudeau got sexier and Paris got fit.
Well. Good morning to you, and well done, you’ve survived. This week there was much stroking of US warheads, local egos and protracted references as Walmart references Columbine.
2015. What a crazy, horrible and beautiful year it was. Youtubers Vox take us through every grating event. In four minutes or less!
With the Paris accord laid bare on the table, Rob Idol looks into the climate change agreement, and the governmental loop holes within.
A week after the Paris attacks, actor Hugo Chiarella found himself performing through sobering parallels, causing him to re-examine the events.
With Anti-Reclaim Australia demonstrators speaking the language of violence, Polly Chester wonders if they’ve lost their moral compass.
Rob Idol feels that with the change of approach displayed by ISIS, we need to stop factioning the conflict and conquer ISIS through a united approach.
Following the Paris attacks, TBS looks at how, with the flow of information, the experience of terrorism has been changed in our lives.
The Paris terror attacks have coloured the political landscape this week, with some notable names chiming in, as DownUnder-Current explains.
After Paris, Polly Chester explains how macro aggression is colouring thoughts from both sides – with the idea of a common humanity the main cost.
Rob Idol’s Current Affairs Wrap tackles the horrific events of Paris, Myanmar’s complicated democracy and Jennifer Lawrence’s Iraqi beau.
With the horrors unfolding on Parisian streets, social media is showcasing the better side of humanity, with two important movements #PorteOuverte & Safety Check.
Finding out InvisibleGirlfriend.com is actually a business that men use to create faux girlfriends, a TBS reader takes the plunge into a serious fake relationship with an app and finds out it is not all roses…
Nathalie Marie Camerlynck pokes some holes in the apparent haute couture trappings that define a city’s culture – Sydney can take on Paris any ole day of the week…