The great Sydney divide, EAST versus WEST, is once again a live rivalry after the introduction of the Sydney Derby. David Moore investigates whether the newest sporting attraction in town is here to stay?
The Evocities project is attempting to decongest the city of Sydney by assisting its residents to move to major cities in Western New South Wales. Is it being effective?
Clapsticks seem to be phasing out as the Indigenous culture embraces hip-hop as a modern embodiment of The Dreamtime. Is this shift a tool for social justice?
Our nation and its government largely welcome foreign investment. But there is an increasing concern about the lack of transparency surrounding investment into Australia’s prime agricultural land.
A look at the severity of poverty in Kenya and Sierra Leone, with expert opinion about what needs to be done to lift them out of their current state.
Bikie gang crime in Australia is spreading and many feel it is cause for alarm but figures have shown less than 1% of NSW crime is committed by bikies. What’s the real threat?
An increasing number of products on Australian supermarket shelves are becoming Halal certified. Some of Australia’s most loved brands like Cadbury, Kraft and Kellogs have chosen to certify their products- all in the name of big business.
The rapid increase of tourists into the small town of Sapa in the north-west of Vietnam, has drastically changed the culture of the local people who live there-as well as the tourism industry itself.
Australia is a nation built on immigration. This is a look into the experiences of a Vietnamese boat person regarding immigration policies. Philip Ly explores the problems of past and current policies.
The number of Australian couples getting married is the highest the country has ever seen, yet so is the divorce rate, with one in three marriages ending in annulment.