By the time this year’s University of Sydney Union (USU) Board election had come to an end, student publication Honi Soit reported 6454 votes had been cast, which was a record number, “almost double the […]
Along the Goods Line between the Power Museum café and the Frank Gehry UTS building, there were two rows of stalls made up of suitcases. The suitcases were full of various colourful and well-arranged […]
The Parramatta Computer Pals for Seniors program continues to do its small part to help close the digital age gap, twelve years after the program was founded. However, the program fears an uncertain future with […]
The 22nd Sydney Writers’ Festival runs from April 29 to May 5, at Carriageworks and several other venues across Sydney. ‘Lie to me’ is this year’s theme, asking 45 international guests and 350 Australian authors […]
In January this year, Victoria’s Coroner reported that international students are more likely to commit suicide than Australian-born students. That information was contained in a Victorian Coroners Prevention Unit (CPU) report which examined 27 international […]
The increasing cost of living and unstable housing market is making life more difficult for all Sydney-siders in terms of making ends meet. For the homeless community, this creates an even bigger barrier between them […]
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