Described as the ‘greatest pharmaceutical disaster in history’, the Thalidomide morning-sickness pill tragically changed the lives of many families.
Marlena Katene is an average young woman with the usual dreams, hopes and fears. Marlena also has what she calls a “unique point of difference”.
Parents and families from nine school communities in Southeast Queensland face the possibility of having to find a different school to send their children to at the end of the year.
Last Friday, June 7 Federal Opposition Leader Tony Abbott spoke at a fundraising dinner at the Greek Club in the inner Brisbane suburb of West End. Things got a little violent and police had to push and shove protesters to clear a path for members of the Liberal party to enter.
Saskia Edwards spoke with the Professor of Women’s Health Psychology at the Centre for Health Research at the University of Western Sydney, Jane Ussher, about the DSM-5.
“I spoke to police officers in their 80s who were still fearful; living today in this city saying: ‘Whatever you do, don’t mention to anyone that I told you what I’ve told you’.” Matthew Condon.
Harmony Day panellists spoke about their personal experiences with cultural clashes in the Australian media.
A $1.4 million shortfall in Federal Government funding for digital community radio stations is simply not enough for all stations in Australia to maintain their services.
George Siosi Samuels animates the myths and legends of his maternal homeland, the Pacific island nation of Tuvalu.
Photography academic Heather Faulkner is documenting the lives of eight lesbian women who lived through the ultra-conservative Bjelke-Peterson government.