Kill the messiah, lose the crown

Posted on October 25, 2018 Under All 15 Comments

By Anonymous If World War III breaks out tomorrow, the hard right of the Liberal Party, Andrew Bolt and Alan Jones, will try to blame Malcolm Turnbull for it. They would unleash a slew of unfounded accusations and conspiracy theories…

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Hacking barriers to justice 101

Posted on October 16, 2018 Under All 2 Comments

By Crystal Holt What do you get when you stick six law students and a cyber security professional in a tiny meeting room for 34 hours, fuelled by sugar, instant noodles and coffee? An innovative and user-friendly app that increases…

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Pigeon activist warns of impending ‘coo d’état’

Posted on October 12, 2018 Under All 1 Comment

By Katherine Duffy Justice before the law is something of a platitudinous notion, evoking concepts of fairness for ‘the little guy’ and a picturesque statue of lady justice, blindfolded and holding her scales. The object of this article however, is…

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Protect me not?

Posted on October 8, 2018 Under All 0 Comments

By Jessica Solari Australia’s relationship with refugees is reported on heavily in the media. These reports usually concern Australia’s treatment of refugees arriving on our shores. In an interesting turn of events, however, attention has been directed towards Steven Utah,…

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Dim sum with a side of scones: on exchange in Hong Kong

Posted on October 2, 2018 Under All 6 Comments

By Tiger Lin   As Super Typhoon Mangkhut tore through Hong Kong, flattening trees, snapping cranes and granting levitational skills to roofs, I was stuck within the confines of my tiny studio apartment watching one of the most densely populated…

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