‘All’s wool that ends wool’ for the farmers exporting live sheep, but for the animals themselves, it’s far from a ‘ewe-topia’.
The exporting of live sheep is a divisive issue that has many caught between wanting Aussie farmers to make a living, and the ethical treatment of animals. The trade has sent 200 million animals to the Middle East in the past 30 years, and has killed two and a half million of them. In 2009 […]
“What did you say? Could you please repeat that?”: Why overseas-born Australians are undergoing accent modification.
Does it really matter if we have an accent? By Adelle Glance-Wilson Over 40% of Australians are born overseas, however an influx of overseas-born professionals are choosing to undergo accent modification training to sound ‘more Australian’. How much does it really matter if we have an accent? There are concerns that the way we speak, […]
By Natalie Coppolelli For many people with disabilities, the grasp of mental health issues can be pervasive. Could scuba diving be the answer to a healthier mind, and body? When most people think of scuba diving, they are transported to the image of a diver in a black wetsuit, plunging into underwater caves and gliding […]