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The Ups and Downs of Netflix’s “Trump: An American Dream”

Trump: An American Dream is a British-produced episodic documentary that explores the U.S. President’s early days as a tenacious businessman reaching heights his father never dreamed of all the way up to his decision to run for the most powerful office in the world. Originally airing on the UK’S Channel 4 back in 2017, the […]

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Inside Old Parliament House

You may have seen Old Parliament House lit up during the Enlighten Festival this year, but do you know what’s inside? This remarkable building now hosts the Australian Museum of Democracy. The museum preserves Australia’s politic and social history from 1927 to 1988. It’s a unique chance to see where the politicians and press gallery used […]

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ACT and the ‘Insulation Effect’

  It has been a tumultuous year in Western politics, with many political scientists and journalists struggling to explain exactly how the supposedly inconceivable occurred. The monumental Brexit decision stunned many casual observers of a truly nasty campaign. Simultaneously, the rapid rise of Donald Trump from mediocre businessman to Republican Presidential Nominee horrified many. So, how does one explain […]

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Book Review: Donald Trump’s Crippled America

In 2015 when Donald Trump released Crippled America, a 169 page book outlining his political vision and campaign agenda to ‘make America great again’, I felt no great inclination to rush out and buy a copy. The mere idea of Trump maintaining a position of political importance for an amount of time greater than a […]

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The Drumpf Effect

#LastWeekTonight returns on February 14th! So romantic! Watch the promo in the link. -Gary A photo posted by Last Week Tonight (@lastweektonight) on Jan 15, 2016 at 10:05am PST John Oliver has a sublime history of de-constructing difficult topics in a way that makes them palatable to the general public, and inciting real change in […]

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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, […]

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 […]

Clash of the Balkans – A narrative of Queanbeyan City FC versus White Eagles FC

One of Canberra’s most highly anticipated and passionate showdowns in local sport took place on Saturday 5th of May at […]

Event Coverage: Hug a Tree

    Hug a Tree Day at the National Arboretum Canberra, kicked off its inaugural event on May 5th where over […]

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 […]

Avengers: Infinity War

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that an unrestrained titan is in want of the infinity stones. Upon settling oneself […]

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, […]