Travelling alone is a daunting prospect as a woman, but the number of independent female travellers has soared with the support networks available through social media.
By Demi Ball The recent announcement of the Federal Budget by the Australian government has caused an upstir of mixed reactions. Eighteen-year-old student Niamh Craw, who is from Avalon, believes that the budget offers both positive and negative parts. “The budget is a fairly decent one considering it’s supposed to reduce Australia’s debt over the […]
By Sasika Jayasuriya The story of how university students feel the exhilaration that comes from established racing standards such as Formula One by building and racing their own cars in inter-varsity competitions. [Stand First] With a broken rear control arm, in Winton a remote area in Victoria, Redback Racing was forced to take initiative, fix […]
by Paromita Haque Bangla is the only language that people have died for, but now it is dying itself. But one Sydney Language school is making sure that doesn’t happen. On a sleepy Sunday morning, nestled in the suburbs of Western Sydney, a local public school comes alive with the chants of children learning Bangla. […]