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Sorry not sorry: Top five worst responses scandalous politicians gave in...

  The apology has become an art form. From Bill Clinton's infamous denial speech "I did not have sexual relations with that woman" to Kevin Spacey’s bizarre...

Education is the new black

"I was definitely really nervous at the start, to walk in. That will always stay with you. You’re walking by women you don’t know...

Podcast: Celebrating our volunteer workforce for National Volunteer Week

  'Making a world of difference' is the theme for this year’s National Volunteer Week. To recognise the contribution volunteers make to their local communities...

Scott Morrison’s temple visit creates religious confusion

Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s visit to a Buddhist temple in Melbourne following the April 21 suicide bomb attacks in Sri Lanka has caused confusion...

Does freedom of the press really exist?

One of the biggest stories to erupt into mainstream media in late 2018 was the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Khashoggi was assassinated on...

Richard Di Natale condemns Liberals’ housing affordability plan

Greens leader Richard Di Natale has slammed the Liberals newly announced Housing Affordability scheme. The Greens leader was equally critical of Labor's pledge to match...

After Dark event marks beginning of big changes for Geelong’s CBD

Geelong's Arts and Culture Precinct is about to get a makeover, thanks to the success of this month's After Dark event. Geelong's mayor Bruce Harwood...

Cover Story: A day in the life of a cadet journalist

It's taken me a while but, after five months of being a cadet journalist at the South Gippsland Sentinel Times, I have finally achieved...

Australian politics – who cares?

Saturday’s Federal election garnered minimal interest among young adults, as statistics reveal Australians aged 18-29 share little enthusiasm for Australian politics. A recent Australian Election...

Podcast: How important is the Coalition’s promised funding for mental health?

https://soundcloud.com/user-74236651/podcast-mental-health-interview-with-public-health-nurse-shirley-jones The Coalition government's election policies included major funding for mental health. Prime Minister Scott Morrison stated he had budgeted and committed funding for: $263.3...