• Young Muslims celebrate peace

    Young Muslims celebrate peace

    The Ahmaddiyya Muslim Youth Association held their annual Ijtema celebrations last week, and young Muslims from all around Australia gathered in Sydney for three days of games, prayers, and competitions. Kenji Sato reports.



    By Simon Meehan      For many people, coping with the death of a much loved pet is a difficult and challenging experience. “Pets are recognised as companion animals and their passing can have the same impact as losing a family member, according to Dr David Foote, veterinarian, counsellor and lecturer, whose specialises in grief counselling for pet loss. “Initially, people may […]

  • Vivid shows off their “Fountain” of Light

    Vivid shows off their “Fountain” of Light

    By David Gavin Martin Place will feature one of the more thought provoking light shows to be staged during this year’s Vivid festival starting on May 27th. The project, called ‘Fountain’, is a three metre high structure that will use light to depict the global birth rate in real time. The result is that every time someone is born around […]

  • Bankstown hosts poetry slam competition

    Bankstown hosts poetry slam competition

    How often do you hear the words ‘Bankstown’ and ‘poetry’ together? Once a month the Bankstown Arts Centre hosts the popular Bankstown Poetry Slam event, attracting over 300 people. Jessica Smalley reports.

  • Ladies Network showcases female artists

    Ladies Network showcases female artists

    A new initiative is providing female artists with a platform to showcase their work in an otherwise male-dominated art industry, as Emily Contador-Kelsall reports.


Submit a Story


Short Courses

Short Courses