Don’t blame Millennials for Donald Trump

  RESEARCHED AND PRESENTED BY BRENDAN TANG, DIVANEEL TIBDIXIOUS, JACK CLIFTON and LAURA SMITH He has seemingly done more to put the world offside than get it behind him, but Fuckface von Clownstick has been elected as the next President of the United States. While Millennials were very vocal in their opposition toward Trump, it would appear early […]


March in May: Budget ‘a disgrace’

‘We live in a country that can afford to take care of everyone.’ Protesters at March in May.   STORY AND PHOTOS BY KIAN HALL The rumbling hum of protest fills the air as people gather in Belmore Park, Sydney CBD, for the March in May. People, young and old gather to show their anger, […]


Rewording the asylum debate

Vote to care about Refugees – Refugee Action protest in 2013. Photo: Takver/flickr   BY MATTHEW WATTS Nobody wants to see asylum seekers drowning at sea, that’s a given, but that isn’t the whole issue by a long shot. There is a lot of debate around asylum seeker policy in Australia, in particular the ‘turn […]


CSG: tougher rules

By Patricia Daniels The NSW Government today ruled some country towns and suburbs across NSW ‘no go zones’ for coal seam gas activities. The Premier, Barry O’Farrell, said that the establishment zones will ensure there is no repeat of exploration licences being granted over residential zones across NSW, as was the case with permission from […]


Restoring peace in Libya

Tyranny has fallen at the hands of young freedom fighters and Libyans rejoice the death of dictator Muammar Gaddafi. After eight months of civil war, the National Transitional Council (NTC) now faces the task of restoring peace to the country and organising its first democratic election. But the task is not easy. With oil production down and […]