As one of the major grocery providers in Australia, the company is capitalising off the cost of living crisis in order to coerce shoppers into providing their data.
Author: Mae Milne
To grapple with the perennial question of the future is an onerous task on a good day. In a world plagued by climate change, enduring coloniality, racism, a regression of women’s rights and the rise of nationalism, this query only becomes all the more daunting. Try making the discourse comedic, and you are venturing into shaky territory.
Just as all young children wonder about the addition of a new sibling: where did WorldPride come from? And where is it going next?
Italy’s recent election has seen a huge turn to the far-right, with Giorgia Meloni likely to become the first female Prime Minister. Students are fighting back, but the influence of a large ageing population vote remains strong.
Since its conception, the project has been mired in controversy, with residents and activists groups deeming it a fundamental planning error, recently calling for a class action.
Fusing poetry and lyricism, her lyrics capture the confused angst felt by much of Generation Z.
20 years on, Leichhardt’s Italian Forum hangs in the balance.
Following a torrent of rain in the early months of 2022, conspiracy theorists claimed there was a large-scale governmental “cloud seeding” operation.
A call for a club from a lonely lesbian meets a university opposed to queer organising.
After all, bone-white cats strutting along the Sydney skyline could hardly go unnoticed.