Virtual influencers have taken over fashion online, now they’re getting political.
The ‘Bring Your Own Device’ program in NSW primary schools is negatively affecting student literacy skills, social capacity, attention span and productivity, as well as disrupting the lesson time and flow for teachers.
By Sophie Dicalfas, Albert Thai18 March 2018 Exhausted after a full day at university, 22-year-old IT student Connor Rendoth wants a quick consultation with his bank. Waiting in the bank queue to speak to someone, he is approaching hour two. “Thank you for your patience,” the floor manager bellows across the branch for the sixth […]
z5164836 As Australia’s 2019 federal election grows ever closer, the issues that voters care about are becoming increasingly clear, and important. The Banks electorate in Sydney’s South West has one of the highest immigrant populations in the nation, and yet its current member is the Liberal Government’s Minister for Immigration, Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs himself; […]