The tremors of the world’s economic crisis are never fully resonated in Australia, a country with an advantageous tectonic and fiscal position.
Conflict is an inevitable element of human societies.
The Australian sporting psyche was established in the 1950’s and 60’s when the country produced an abundance of international sporting heroes. Dominating the pool, tennis courts and cricket fields, we [...]
The Australian education discourse is a largely urban one. Families in the capital cities have an abundance of schooling options to choose from, with the major consideration being the merits [...]
One week before the 2009 Black Saturday bushfires the state of Victoria cooked like never before. On three consecutive days in late January the temperature exceeded 43 °C / 109 °F, [...]
Mention potential, under exploitation and areas for growth re employment in Tanzania and two themes will consistently resonate – women and tourism. While tourism is a healthy contributor to Tanzanian’s [...]
Water, or the lack of it, has been a prominent issue in the Australian state of Victoria for the last decade and a half. Year after year, as drought ravaged [...]
One can be lonely or one can be together. One can be weak or one can be strong. One can be an orphaned child. One can be a childless widow. [...]
As the Arab Spring stretches into the Arab Summer it has become harder and bloodier for each dictator to fall. The speed with which Ben Ali was deposed shocked the [...]
Kathy*, originally from Papua New Guinea, fled her home country and arrived in Australia late last year. Living as an asylum seeker in Australia is tough, despite what the media [...]