Google, as always, got into the spirit of International Women’s Day. Today is International Women’s Day. A day to inspire, reflect and raise awareness for the injustices still facing many women. Australian women make up just over half of the population but still face inequality on a daily basis. But in the 102 years since…Details
Hundreds of people marched through Central Sydney on Friday evening demanding an end to police brutality. Demonstrators gathered in Taylor Square, Darlinghurst, at 6pm before marching along Oxford and Pelican streets to the Sydney Police Centre in Surry Hills chanting “No justice, no peace, stop violent police”. The demonstrators then moved back up Oxford Street…Details
Technology has definitely added infinite resources, mediums and previously unimaginable possibilities to journalism. You can hold a whole broadsheet newspaper inside the palm of your hand. People in Papua New Guinea can know by lunchtime what PM Julia Gillard had for breakfast this morning… and say a little bird called “Twitter” told me. Technology has…Details
Republican Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky held the floor of the US Senate for 13 hours in an old-fashioned filibuster on Wednesday to delay the confirmation of John Brennan as CIA director. Senator Paul promised to vote in favor of Brennan’s confirmation on one condition: assurance from the President that he would not exercise his supposed…Details
More than 45,000 school students across NSW will experience a taste of great music when Opera Australia visits 140 primary schools this year.
– Story and editing by Natalija Antic