Like so many of us, it wasn’t until it was him with the disorder, that PTSD truly came to exist.
On June 6th a protest about ‘Black Lives Matter’ took place on the lawns of Parliament House. We spoke to the protest organiser Dhëïu BM about his involvement.
It’s a feeling of honour, fear and adrenaline she will never forget. Katie Tabke’s Black Summer with the ACT Rural Fire Service.
New research reveals more than half of students feel their studies have been negatively impacted by COVID-19. Here is what a UC psychologist has to say.
Since the beginning of the year COVID has disrupted universities across the globe. But what was it like living on UC’s campus during the pandemic?
Jet is a Labrador cross Kelpie dog who one day found himself in a rural pound. The next morning Jet was to be euthanized but luckily for the dog, a Continue Reading
Australia is in one of its worst droughts in it’s history. Claire Bakker heads to Boorowa to see just how bad the drought is and how it is affecting our farmers
What do you get when you mix incredible vocals, a piano and a gospel choir? The answer is Sam Smith’s soulful and poetic album ‘The Thrill of It All’. Released in Continue Reading
A year ago, would you know one person who owned a keep cup? Now it seems like in today’s environmentally woke world every second person has some sort of thermostat Continue Reading
According to the 2018 report completed by the Australian Council of Social Service, over three million Australians live below the poverty line, with 13.4% of those between the ages of Continue Reading