The Federal Government’s efforts to reduce carbon emissions have been labelled “a lost cause” by an Australian National University researcher. TALLIS MILES reports
By KATE TAN Amid growing political tension between Canberra and Beijing, a Chinese community leader has warned that if Chinese-Australians are not given a chance to participate in Australian politics, significant disenchantment could arise. “If you don’t give the Chinese community a voice in local Australian politics, or a sense of belonging here in Australia, … Continue reading Disenchantment and fear: Chinese-Australians need a stronger political voice
Postgraduate students’ battle for cheaper public transport kicks up a notch today with a rally at Monash University’s Clayton campus from 11.30am to 2.30pm. SALONEE MISTRY reports.
Neighbours in Clayton, Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill and Ashwood are being encouraged to introduce themselves to one another in a trial community safety campaign by Monash Council. JESSICA ROBERTS reports
Introducing female quotas could help rebuild trust in the church, according to a member of the Australian Catholic Church’s Truth, Justice and Healing Council. JAMES WF ROBERTS reports
The State Opposition’s plan to close down the Richmond injecting rooms could breach the Victorian Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities, a legal expert says. EMMA BOURKE reports
It’s time for the Australian Government to interfere politically in the Rohingya crisis, a representative of the group in Australia says. MAHIA RAHMAN reports.
In a landmark decision by the Indian Supreme Court last week, gay sex has been decriminalised. SALONEE MISTRY talked to LGBTQI members of Melbourne’s Indian community about what that means for them.
Nike has bounced back after an early backlash against its latest controversial advertising campaign. ADAM FOSTER reports.
Monash Council has joined the national drive to support refugees. TALLIS MILES reports