What if Diary of a Wimpy Kid deserves a place in the literary canon?
We danced, we laughed, we cried; we were transported away from inner-city Sydney’s claustrophobia to endless empty highways, tangled stringybark, and savannah grass of outback Australia.
The shearers of 1891 show us the immense and unprecedented positive impacts that can emerge from industrial action; who knows where victories in modern battles for workers’ rights like the NTEU’s – and subsequently the rights of ordinary people across Australia – will lead us?
The Liberal Party’s attacks on the national history curriculum entrench conservative values and risk dumbing down a generation for political gain.
There is a dark side to triangulation.
Despite being an LNP stronghold, a tour of regional Queensland revealed few MPs are adopting LNP branding.
The Western Eyre Peninsula is a gorgeous Australian landmark marred by a dark past.
Recent changes to the National Curriculum may reap uncertain consequences on and diminish history education.