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The Boomkak Panto

The Boomkak Panto at Belvoir is a fairy tale, and the villains loudly booed by the willing audience meet a bad end and the queer AF love story triumphs – a great night on the town.

New religious discrimination bill will cause damage to Australian society that will be difficult to heal

The new religious discrimination bill should be a statement of how much Australia values religious diversity and our commitment to creating a society where everyone feels safe and valued. Instead, we've had a toxic debate that has unnecessarily divided the community.

Where do your brands fit on Oxfam’s Naughty or Nice list?

Major fashion brands in Australia, such as Just Jeans, Lorna Jane, Myer and Peter Alexander, must be open about how and where they manufacture...

Kitten Season is here – so it’s im-paw-tant to help

Sydney (Yagoona) RSPCA NSW Shelter admitted over 9,500 unwanted cats and kittens during Kitten Season over the last three financial years. What can you do to help?

The bionic eye that could help blind people navigate the world

For people with impaired eyesight or no sight at all, the world is an enormous obstacle course. Professor Gregg Suaning is pushing vision capture and nerve stimulation technologies beyond their limits to help clear a path.

The Freedom Hub tackles modern slavery at its roots

WATERLOO: For someone who works with survivors of modern slavery, Sally Irwin is remarkably optimistic. “We’re on the cusp of seeing massive change,” she says,...

Waterloo Human Services plan goes to consultation

The long-awaited Waterloo Human Services Action Plan, developed collaboratively by all sectors of our community, is ready for final consultation. The recent work of the...

Government drops Redfern Built to Rent

The NSW Land and Housing Corporation (LAHC) has cancelled Built to Rent (BTR) arrangements entered into for its proposed PCYC – Elizabeth Street Redfern...
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New religious discrimination bill will cause damage to Australian society that will be difficult to heal

The new religious discrimination bill should be a statement of how much Australia values religious diversity and our commitment to creating a society where everyone feels safe and valued. Instead, we've had a toxic debate that has unnecessarily divided the community.

Zits

Keep picnics a staple in Sydney’s social season

Through a dark and difficult few months, picnics truly earned their place in the sun. Think, “Bridgerton lakeside promenade” meets “wide selection of Aldi...

The Boomkak Panto

The Boomkak Panto at Belvoir is a fairy tale, and the villains loudly booed by the willing audience meet a bad end and the queer AF love story triumphs – a great night on the town.

Albert Namatjira

Vincent Namatjira was 18 when he returned from being fostered in Perth to live with extended family in the desert in Ntaria (Hermannsburg) in the Northern Territory. It was here that he learned he was the great-grandson of the famous Albert Namatjira. ...

Lamb

Jane Bodie’s generational saga Lamb is a play with songs rather than a musical and an increasingly popular genre.

Elegant choice for horse of the year

Mighty mare Verry Elleegant was crowned Australian Horse of the Year in mid-October. The event, usually held in August (not long after the racehorses’ birthdays), was postponed.

Proud of our team

The NRL grand final promised to be an intense and tight affair. It was certainly played at a furious pace. Both teams gave it...

Alcott shines at Paralympics

Australian wheelchair tennis star Dylan Alcott has won Paralympic gold in the quad tennis singles in Tokyo after a thrilling battle with Sam Schroder. The...