Migrant Nation: Josephine’s Story

Writer: Alexander Nuccio   Imagine you’re just eleven years old. Imagine your parents telling you that you’re about to move to another country. A country which you have no knowledge of. A country where no one speaks the same language as you. A country on the other side of the world. A country with opposite…

Fighting a Losing Battle

Writer: Glenn Corva Photographer: Anonymous We have a lot to thank the 60s for. A decade that we now take for granted, the 60s was the starting point for the contemporary notion of accepting multiculturalism, and rejecting racism, in today’s modern world. The public protests of the 60s were a battleground, and people were fighting…

A History of Profanity

Writer: Stasy Zaganidis Illustrator: Leigh McDonald   As a nation we have developed an affinity for profanity. Where other countries recoil in shock at the use of a swear word, Australians are more likely to respond with a smile and another curse.   From what history tells us, profanity is in our blood. Immigrants from…

Identity Crime Threatening Australia

Identity crime is a serious issue worldwide, and is becoming one of the most common crimes in Australia. A recent study indicates that identity crime affects around 1 million people every year in Australia, and 1 in 5 people have experienced the misuse of their personal information at some stage in their lives. To put…