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Q&A with Peter Leahy – Former Chief of Army (Australia)

After 37 years of service as a soldier in the Australian Army, Peter Leahy retired in July 2008 at the rank of Lieutenant General and had been appointed as Chief of the Army for six years. Peter has an extensive background in international affairs and the military, and now currently lectures at the University of […]

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Event Coverage: Hug a Tree

    Hug a Tree Day at the National Arboretum Canberra, kicked off its inaugural event on May 5th where over 370 people simultaneously hugged a tree for one minute. The event was in honour of Adam Burgess, the founding curator at the Arboretum, who planted the first tree back in 2007, and passed away last […]

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Melanie Walker Q&A-Drug Advocacy and Pill Testing

The festival-goers at the Canberra leg of the 2018 Groovin’ the Moo festival made history by being a part of the first pill testing trial in Australia. Melanie Walker is the CEO of the Australian Injecting and Illicit Drug Users League (AIVL) and the Canberra Alliance for Harm Minimisation and Advocacy (CAHMA), two organisations heavily involved in advocating for illicit drug […]

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Avengers: Infinity War

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that an unrestrained titan is in want of the infinity stones. Upon settling oneself within the theatre of modern frippery, amongst the liveliness and gusto of other patrons, one may proceed to enjoy the most spectacular blockbuster of 2018 so far. Whilst the general congregation has not taken to […]

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Preview: Splendour in the Grass 2018

The 2018 three-day Splendour In The Grass festival in Byron Bay is set to be one of the biggest yet, with massive acts signed to perform at the mid-winter concert. Get a goodnight sleep pals 👫 Tickets to #SITG2018 go on sale tomorrow at 9am (AEST) via @moshtix_com_au! Run your eyes over some last min […]

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Avenues of Honour: Event Coverage

Until the 27th of May 2018, a special photographic exhibition that aims to raise awareness about Australia’s Avenues of Honour will be on display at the National Arboretum’s Village Centre, home to some of the most lovely architecture in the ACT. The showcase commemorates and honours Australia’s military history, in particular the ANZAC’s at Gallipoli […]

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Fresh and Wholesome at the Bungendore Harvest Festival

The streets and local properties of the near-by township of Bungendore came alive for the 2017 Harvest Festival. The festival, which ran from Friday 28th to Sunday 30th April, featured local artisanal tasting and dining experiences, a bustling farmers market, and a chance to visit local wineries and display gardens. Fresh, locally grown produce remained the star […]

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Q&A with Alesha Brown of RAID Basketball

Recreational Activities for people with an Intellectual Disability (RAID) Basketball is a program which gives people with intellectual disabilities the opportunity to play social sport and develop friendships and confidence that they may  otherwise not be able to develop. For most of the participants, Wednesday night basketball at the Radford College Gym is the highlight of their […]

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Finding the best gym in the UC area

Many gyms are available for students at the University of Canberra (UC) and surrounding areas. Finding a gym that suits your needs at a reasonable price is an important factor before choosing the right gym. UC Fit UC Fit gym is located in the same building as Brumbies HQ in Building 29. It’s the top […]

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Life Saving Tips from a UC Nursing Grad

One of the most daunting experiences as a university student is the transitioning process from a student to a working graduate. After dedicating years of your life to studying, stressing and striving to successfully complete you chosen degree with flying colours. Now it is time to put your skills and academic knowledge into practice and […]

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Getting Real About Illicit Drug Use at EDM Festivals

The electronic dance music (EDM) business, propelled by large scale music festivals, has grown to an estimated worth of $4.5 billion, […]

Penalties – the ‘new’ normal

By Etta McEwan Penalties bring about three things, controversy, criticism, and conversation. And after week one of the 2018 FIFA […]

Brazil leave it until injury time to score 2-0 win over Costa Rica

Brazil 2 (Coutinho 90’ + 1, Neymar 90’ + 7) Costa Rica 0 By Caleb Mitchell A persistent Brazil has […]

Serbia’s hopes hang by a thread after 2-1 loss Switzerland

Serbia 1 (Mitrovic 5’) Switzerland 2 (Xhaka 52’, Shaqiri 90’) By Laurence Kelson Switzerland has come from behind to steal […]

Musa brace keeps Nigeria’s World Cup campaign alive

Nigeria 2 (Musa 49’, 75’) Iceland 0 PHOTO! Musa wheels away as he celebrates his goal. Nigeria 1-0 Iceland #SoarSuperEagles […]

The World Cup Show podcast – Episode 2

Everyone can’t stop talking about VAR. Nor can we, so we’ve called in the video technology expert, Dr Roland Goecke […]

Argentina face elimination after Croatian catastrophe

Argentina 0 Croatia 3 (Rebic 53’, Modric 80′, Rakitic 90+1’) By Jakob Gisik Argentina is on the brink of elimination […]