BY JOSEPH NAJJAR @joseph_najjar4 For today’s theme of You Can Do It, we have decided to focus on Martin Luther King Jr. The reason for this is how King accomplished a lot in advancing the civil rights movement, while many others before him couldn’t.
BY ROB NYFFENEGGER @robnyff For anyone passionate about motorcycles, motorcycle racing and just hanging around race tracks in general – the International Festival of Speed, held at Sydney Motor Sport Park, Eastern Creek over March 14 – 17.
Jack Marx is a journalist and author, well-known for his Walkley Award-winning story ‘I was Russell Crowe’s stooge‘, and a controversial biography of legendary muso Stevie Wright. Q&A by Dylan Berg.
BY DANE DRAYTON I love the future It’s 2015. We now have hoverboards, highly accessible media content and more Marvel films than we can handle, and yet it seems we have more to look forward to with a piloted robot battle between two American and Japanese companies with a passion for cartoons featuring four storey […]
BY REBECCA BATES Growing up in a large Australian Chinese family in the suburbs of Northern Sydney, Kylie Kwong was never shy or embarrassed about the Cantonese food she grew up with, and loved.
BY MICHAEL GOLDING @MrGolding21 The first week of June brings with it many changes: a drop in temperature, change of season and the annual NSW HIV Testing Week which runs from June 1 to June 7. When people hear about HIV, they think ‘AIDS’ (which stands for Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome). But these two viruses […]
BY HAYLEY TAYLOR @hayloutay They say that mobile phones are making us less in touch with people physically, but is this really the case? TAFE student Hayley Taylor hits the streets of Newtown to find out whether mobile phones connect us or disconnect us. Do you think that mobile phone’s are keeping us connected or disconnected? Tell us […]
BY RAFAEL SANCHEZ-BAYO @bayo_sanchez We live in a world where hatred and discrimination cloud our minds. Whether it is towards a race, religion or gender, hatred has the same harmful psychological effects. The end of the Second World War saw many Australians ostracising the Japanese due to the bombing of Darwin, the attempted attack on […]
BY ANTHONY TURNER After the deportation of Johnny Depp’s dogs caused global outrage, Certificate IV Radio student Anthony Turner went out to ask some humorous questions: Featured image created by Michael Golding.
BY ERIC RIBEIRO @LobEric15 “Adopting the right attitude can convert a negative stress into a positive one.” – Hans Selye Teenagers will be feeling the effects of stress as the Higher School Certificate (HSC) draws nearer, a test which many believe will determine their future. Some students will have to fight their parent’s expectations and their educational system […]