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news September 23, 2017
Indigenous photographer Mervyn Bishop
As Australia’s first Aboriginal press photographer, Mervyn Bishop created history, helping to take control of how Indigenous people were portrayed in images. Five decades later, his passion for observing the human side of daily life has not diminished.
news September 10, 2016
Despite a campaign to develop better support services for victims of sexual assault on campus, students say universities are more concerned for their own reputation.
news July 29, 2017
Redeveloping social housing in Sydney’s Waterloo
As the NSW government moves towards redeveloping a pivotal public housing area of Sydney, many residents believe its motives are purely to profit from the planned ‘social mix’.
news July 09, 2016
Cycling laws in NSW at the crossroads
NSW Police is cracking down on cyclists in a bid to ‘educate and promote awareness’. Some riders, however, claim the aim is to drive them off the streets.
news March 12, 2016
Sydney’s casinos escape lockout laws, smoking bans and more
Not only are The Star and forthcoming Crown casinos omitted from NSW lockout zones, they also enjoy exemptions from smoke-free laws, the ‘Three Strike’ liquor licence scheme and violent venues list.
news October 17, 2015
The Birdsville Races and Fred Brophy’s famous boxing tent
The annual Birdsville Races draw thousands to the remote outback town, for a gathering of self-described ‘real Australians’.
news June 13, 2015
Recycling food waste gaining support
Food waste due to aesthetic standards is being combated by dumpster divers, a restaurant that uses scrapped ingredients and supermarkets now selling less-than-perfect stock.