Victoria Shipp discusses the difficulty the Australian government faces following recent anti-lockdown protests.
The UK-Australia trade deal shows the boundaries of sustainable ambitions
Alina McGregor examines the complexities of the UK’s new trade deal with Australia as it relates to foreign and environmental policy.
The Great Barrier Reef in Danger
Sam Bovey discusses the debate over whether the renowned Great Barrier Reef should now be classified as ‘in danger’.
International Women’s Day in Australia
Shivani Bhatt, Foreign Correspondent in Australia, asks fellow students what they think about International Women’s Day and finds out why they believe it is still necessary.
What Climate Change Looks Like in Australia
Foreign Correspondent in Australia, Shivani Bhatt, explains how Climate Change is manifesting itself in Australia, from bush-fires to pollution.
Why Communities Can Protest Climate Change… but Social Media Can’t
Why Communities Can Protest Climate Change… but Social Media Can’t Becca Wells, Foreign Correspondent in Australia, analyses Climate Change Protests in Melbourne and argues community, not social media, can make a difference. People from every corner of the city gathered outside Melbourne’s Parliament building. Indigenous landowners, Quakers, environmentalist groups, school trips, the elderly, even dogs […]
World Cup Reviews: Week One (and a half)
Nick Powell, Online Sport Editor, reviews the first 10 days of the ongoing Rugby World Cup. It’s been a superb and unpredictable start to the Rugby World Cup and after 18 of the 48 games, we find ourselves with more questions than answers. At first, things seemed to be following a similar pattern to previous […]
The Commonwealth Games: The Sporting Legacy Of A Barbaric History
The 2018 Commonwealth Games hosted around 4,500 athletes from 71 countries which were formerly part of the Commonwealth. Held every 4 years, the Commonwealth Games has a similar level of interest and excitement as the Olympics. However, the 1982 protests in Brisbane first called the origin of the Commonwealth into question, with indigenous tribes protesting […]
Live Review: DMA’s at Exeter Phoenix
A week of stunning, sunny weather across Exeter and the UK meant Exeter Phoenix was a glowing place to visit on a Tuesday evening – and not just because of the assembly of sunburns. A couple hundred eager music fans aggregating in one of Exeter’s favourite music venues, anticipating the arrival of Sydney’s newest up-and-coming […]
Around the World in LGBT Days
The gay community has been slowly making strides toward legislative progress in the Western world, with Australia recently having voted in support of gay marriage. Yet the world still has leaps and bounds to go when it comes to equality everywhere, whilst some countries legalize same-sex couples adoptions, others criminalize same sex relationships. Features writers explore the world of LGBTQ+ movements around the globe. […]