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Graduates beware, don’t fall for that unpaid job advert

Sydney Football Club sparked outrage this week when it advertised for someone to work three to four days a week for nine months, as a volunteer.


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On an average day, only 1% of Australian news stories quoted a young person. No wonder so few trust the media

On one unremarkable day in April this year, just over a third of news stories were about issues likely to impact young people.


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Australia’s art institutions don’t reflect our diversity: it’s time to change that

For most of us, it is easy to pass judgement on others while finding it difficult to reflect on ourselves. Diversity Arts Australia and Western Sydney University undertook a research project investigating CALD leadership in arts.


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Access to land is a barrier to simpler, sustainable living. Public housing could offer a way forward

Many of us do not need to hear any more warnings from the IPCC, David Attenborough or climate activists like Greta Thunberg.


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The Melbourne archbishop said he’d rather go to jail than break confession confidentiality. A new bill could send him there

Yesterday, Victorian Parliament finally debated a bill on whether religious ministers should be forced to disclose child abuse admitted in confidence to a priest.


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Will time tear us apart? Exploring the appeal of Joy Division 40 years on

In a previous century, I conducted doctoral fieldwork among the abandoned warehouses, smoky pubs and crumbling squats of the British post-punk, independent rock scene.


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Mums in prison or whose babies are in care need breastfeeding support too

Australian women want to breastfeed but many struggle. And the most disadvantaged face the biggest challenges.


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People use sauna for well-being, but its medical benefits are not widely understood

Why do people use sauna? Despite centuries of anecdotal evidence which says the practice is relaxing and healthy, researchers have never actually asked this question. Until now.



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