• Sydney undergoes liquor law review

    Sydney undergoes liquor law review

    By: Taylah Felice, Former High Court Justice Ian Callinan will provide a report regarding the future of Sydney’s liquor laws this August. The Independent Review of Liquor Law Reforms will evaluate the impact lockout laws are having on the safety of Sydney, its nightlife culture, and businesses. The review has received over 1,800 submissions from interested bodies and persons who […]

     
  • No tracks for Central Coast high-speed rail

    No tracks for Central Coast high-speed rail

    By: Satria Dyer-Darmawan and Harry Morton, It’s 3:40 PM, the Newcastle and Central Coast train leaves Central Station in five minutes. The next service doesn’t arrive for another 30-minutes and the only way you’ll make this one is to run like Usain Bolt. Just as you enter the carriage “Doors closing. Please stand clear” rings overhead: you made it. By […]

     
  • Antiwar documentary remembers the march for peace

    Antiwar documentary remembers the march for peace

    In a timely reminder of how we got here, We Are Many, is a film, touring Australia to tell the story of the huge opposition to Iraq’s invasion, and what happens when politicians ignore the people. Nadyat El Gawley and David Cosgrove reporting.

     
  • Light rail versus the trees

    Light rail versus the trees

    The City to South East Light Rail project is continuing to divide opinions, as Sylvana El-Khazen and Lauren Mackenzie report.

     
 
 
 

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