After more than a decade of guerrilla gardening at the lot, a motion to protect the council-owned site from being sold to developers was voted down at last night’s council meeting.
‘We take risks to rediscover what is sacred and hold fast to it. We catch up over drinks to share the week’s burdens, wear masks in a house of worship, read holy texts over Zoom, or take bread and wine with freshly washed hands.’
It began with a fever. That’s all it takes to qualify for COVID testing, when you live in a transmission hotspot…
Drought, fires and floods have not stopped one of the NSW State Government’s most malignant projects from trundling towards completion. Even a pandemic cannot halt the efforts of the venture, as underground drills grind through stone and silt less than 30 meters below homes, roads, and businesses across the Inner West.
‘If we as Australians are in this for the long haul, which it appears that we are, long-term action remains just as essential as the ‘boots on the ground’ response. Long after the Facebook fundraisers lapse and the benefit concerts conclude, there will still be Australians in need of support.’
Turn off the Princes’ highway, and from Campbell Street to Stanmore Road, the sound of compression braking, rattling trucks and booming horns sound the march of progress towards the competition of the WestConnex New M5 project.
Capstone project for UTS Journalism, August-October 2019. A portrait of a suburb in flux after years of gentrification and a move to recession hits the small businesses of South King, and becomes a struggle to survive on the changing street.
In a period where we’re more open than ever about sex, how can educators help bridge the gaps in understanding?
Chlamydia rates are at the highest reported number in the since records began in 1996, both in the ACT and nationwide. The latest report from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) has revealed that teenaged women between the ages of 15-19 are reporting infections at the highest rate, followed closely by men aged between 20-24.
UTSoC, 2019. First year can be… an adjustment, but take it from a third year, it’s not all bad. Eliza Spencer is here to tell you this: while it does get better, the coffee gets worse. My first day of uni, I left the lecture...