Adam Murphy on when emus fought the war and won.
Abbott’s career at uni was littered with allegations well documented in the annals of Honi Soit–punching walls, kicking down doors, threatening women and general gronkness. But how does Turnbull’s hack career measure up? Honi took to the archives to see what Malcolm was like at uni.
The Queer history of The Imperial Hotel in Erskineville
Andy Mason visited an Indigenous community.
Phoebe Maloney on abortion and white supremacy.
Archaeologists have found ancient artefacts at a digsite in Gibraltar which show that citizens of the Roman Empire regularly met for dice games at which they would roleplay as twenty-first century, middle class workers with tedious jobs and mortgages. Professor Archie Hats from the Oxford School of Archaeology spear-headed the latest excavations, and said that…
Anna Egerton and Freya Newman review another offering from the Mardi Gras film festival, She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry.
Evelyn Corr explores the weird world of historical revisionism.
Christina White investigates the recent push to open up discussion on fee deregulation.
Chloe Wighton shares her vision for Australia, reflecting on her family’s history and its indelible mark on her own life.