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Thai Odyssey

It was January 5th, 2022, and my plans to go to Murwillumbah were definitely a no go. There was simply too much Covid around and my aunt and uncle were just too old to take the risk. But uni break was more than half over and the travel sirens were singing to me and they […]

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‘Hello I Want To Die, Please Fix Me’: a martyr in the war against mental health stigma

Have you ever read a book and related to it so much you’ve irrationally questioned whether the author had been spying on you? Or maybe they have a magical power that enables them to read your every thought and feeling? After reading, Hello I Want To Die, Please Fix Me, this was exactly how I felt.

Content warning: this article discusses suicide, self-harm, depression and mental ill health in general.

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‘Boronia’ by Hockey Dad: an Aussie surf rock gem

Hockey Dad’s 2016 album ‘Boronia’ explores the duo’s search for love. The eleven songs move listeners through an uplifting journey whilst tapping into the fast growing Australian Indie Rock genre. With hits ‘I Need A Woman’ and ‘Laura’, the album is a must listen. If you’re into surfing or enjoy going to the beach, this one is for you.

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Women in politics and holding the government accountable: a Q&A with Senator Katy Gallagher

In 2000, the lack of representation of women in the ACT’s Legislative Assembly drove Katy Gallagher to first run as a candidate. Today, after two decades in Territory and Federal politics, Senator Gallagher is Shadow Minister for Finance and the Public Service, and is running to retain her seat at the upcoming Federal Election.

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