It is this tension, marked by the relations between disadvantaged Indigenous characters and the quietly caring Hurley, that creates this liminal sensation, this incredible depiction of the loss, the listlessness, the thwarted hopes, the limbo of Indigenous people in Australia today.
Political change first requires an acknowledgement of the politicisation of Australia’s curriculums
An ode to an Aussie classic
A new study shows that the republican movement would have probably have succeeded by now if it wasn't "spearheaded by such a fucking twat"
For Chinese-Australians, the loss of our citizenship places us in symbolic purgatory
Samuel Chu takes a closer look at cricketers’ balls.
Dom Ellis has watched 28 seasons of US Survivor and overanalyses the latest Australian incarnation
Cameron Caccamo reports on a student sporting triumph
Tina Huang on the stories that made Australia
When I was about nine or 10 years old, I saw a clip on the evening news about the second intifada. I had no idea what it was but I knew one thing; they were Arabs. As a mixed-race Australian-Egyptian, I was born an identity crisis but something about this clip had me wandering down…