Teachers are unhappy with the BYOD policy after primary school children struggle to write using pen and paper.
By Venice Warner Live music once thrived in Australia, but there are now few live music venues left. They are constantly closing due to real estate values, lockout laws, and changing audience tastes. Venue closures make it hard for musicians to get their songs out to audiences, resulting in them distributing music online or even […]
It has been 18 years since Terry O’Connell left the police force, yet his fight for real justice continues. By Katelyn Wood Hidden away in the mountain ranges of New South Wales is Terry O’Connell’s family home. It’s peaceful and warm, much like Terry himself. A Churchill Fellow and recipient of an Order of Australia, […]
Society’s real view on the up and coming Driverless Car So long are the days of self-driving vehicles, the 21st century is now the home to driverless cars. Yes, driverless cars meaning the vehicle is capable of sensing its environment and navigating without human input. First tested in November 2017, this futuristic invention […]