Saturday, May 30, 2020

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Where does the US-China trade war leave Australia?

The rivalry between the United States and China puts Australia in a diplomatic predicament. For over 70 years the United States has stood as...

Deakin students get a taste of the UN General Assembly

Deakin University students had the chance to learn first hand what it's like to be part of the United Nations when they took part...

Fans jeer Chinese national anthem at Hong Kong vs Iran match

A large group of football fans jeered the Chinese national anthem in a World Cup qualifier between Iran and Hong Kong at Hong Kong...

Why we need free money

American entrepreneur and US presidential hopeful Andrew Yang’s flagship proposal is to give every American adult a monthly dividend of $1000. Universal Basic Income...

Opinion: We should all be concerned about our leader’s commitment to...

It's about time our leaders were called out for their lack of commitment to climate change. Last week, Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison handed the...

President Trump’s controversial tweets will remain on Twitter

  A thread of tweets labelled as ‘xenophobic’ and ‘racist’ by the public, politicians and even fellow Republican Will Hurd, posted on July 14 by...

Climate change protesters halt Melbourne CBD traffic calling for action

https://youtu.be/J0K-5joRQug     TRANSCIPT ‘Climate change protesters halt Melbourne CBD traffic calling for action’   ANCHOR Hello, my name is Jaydon Monson and welcome to DScribe. Thousands of people swarmed in front...

The votes that didn’t tally up: the non-enrolled voters

There's a group of eligible Australian voters who could have shaped the election - if they had turned up. You’ve probably heard about politicians trying...

No such thing as a Shorten thing

SIMILAR to weather predictions, election polls have been proven historically wrong following this year's Federal election, leaving many Melbourne voters shocked.  Here are three reasons...

Sportsbet loses $5.2 million in election blunder

The country's most popular bookmaker, Sportsbet, has made a costly error by paying out all bets on Labor to win the Federal Election last...