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    Australia’s Coptics: grieving for Egypt

    Australia has one of the largest Coptic populations outside Egypt. Many have left their homeland because the current government supports the extremist political party, the Muslim Brotherhood. Recent attacks against [...]
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    It’s your time to speak up

    Almost 80% of international students from non-English speaking countries, experience racism at least once a month – according to the Australian Human Rights Commissions. The Explosive Growth of Chinese Students in [...]
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    Bedside manner and beyond

    When Danielle Clark had a melanoma removed at just 25, her dermatologist stated her life expectancy in a cold and clinical manner. “She said to me three times in a row, ‘You [...]
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    The importance of a helping hand

    Waiting… There is something disconcerting about doctors’ waiting rooms. Threadbare carpets greet heavy footsteps and clinical colour palettes dull the mood. Even the obligatory portraits of country houses and bowls [...]
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    Screening online learning

    With the rise of the internet, distance learning was revolutionised and now millions of students around the world are choosing to pursue their studies online. However, regardless of the method, [...]
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    “They are all my kids”

    ” When they are gone, they are gone. And there’s no way of coming back.” Joan says. Little wallaby Lachie is now being taken care of by Joan Reid, an [...]
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    Daigou: An export Industry

    Walking between the shelves of a supermarket, taking pictures of the goods held in their hands, quickly buying a rich selection of goods which have been listed on the paper [...]
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    Busting the myth of political apathy

    As of Australia’s last federal election, approximately 350,000 young people were missing from the electoral roll. The AEC’s current estimate of missing voters is 823,639 people, which means that almost [...]
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    Ghostwriting: “nothing to be ashamed of”

    Students who are studying abroad seem to struggle for their assignments. They are always worried about the due dates and grades. Hence, ghostwriting gets popular among overseas students. Ghostwriting refers [...]
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    Coal Reef

    Adani’s Carmichael Coal Mine, since approved, has long been the target of criticism from Green groups and general public. Protests against Adani and Malcolm Turnbull’s government have been a national [...]
Commentary

Coal Reef

June 5, 2017 0

Adani’s Carmichael Coal Mine, since approved, has long been the target of criticism from Green groups and general public. Protests […]

Editor's Pick

Daigou: An export Industry

June 5, 2017 0

Walking between the shelves of a supermarket, taking pictures of the goods held in their hands, quickly buying a rich […]

Editor's Pick

The importance of a helping hand

June 6, 2017 0

Waiting… There is something disconcerting about doctors’ waiting rooms. Threadbare carpets greet heavy footsteps and clinical colour palettes dull the […]

Commentary

Screening online learning

June 5, 2017 0

With the rise of the internet, distance learning was revolutionised and now millions of students around the world are choosing […]

Editor's Pick

“They are all my kids”

June 6, 2017 0

” When they are gone, they are gone. And there’s no way of coming back.” Joan says. Little wallaby Lachie […]

Commentary

Bedside manner and beyond

June 3, 2017 0

When Danielle Clark had a melanoma removed at just 25, her dermatologist stated her life expectancy in a cold and clinical manner. […]