10th anniversary of Earth Hour

The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is celebrating its 10th anniversary of Earth Hour this coming Saturday, the 25th of March. From what started as a small initiative in Sydney is now known as a global phenomenon. Over 172 countries across the globe will participate to...
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Marvel’s Iron Fist causes dispute

  Marvel is facing backlash and dismal reviews after fans and critics of their new Netflix series, Iron Fist, voiced their disappointment. The new show is based on the 1974 comics and loosely follows the same plot line as the DC Arrow, CW network series....
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Cat Calls and Woof Whistles, A reality for Australian women

  Women experience sexual harassment to the point where “street harassment seems an inevitable part of our existence”. Senator Malcolm Roberts made several statements discussing his view on the definition of sexual harassment as well as the...
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Young guns dominate world bowls championships

http://www.uowtvmultimedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/video-1490155851.mp4 The Warilla Gorillas are on the world stage as they host the 2017 World Bowls Championship. 2017 is the 12th year the Warilla Club has hosted the event, catapulting the club to the global...
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National Student Protests

Student and staff are protesting this week, in an attempt to stop attacks on education. The National Union of Students and The Socialists Club will hold a protest this Thursday, at the University of Wollongong Library. The protest will feature talks from trade union...
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Remembering Chuck Berry: Is Art Affected by the Artist?

The death of Rock ‘N’ Roll legend Chuck Berry came as a disappointment to music lovers worldwide on Sunday. Passing at age 90, the ‘Johnny B Goode’ guitarist will be remembered for the profound effect he has had on music. Throughout his life he garnered...
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Trump’s most outrageous tweets of all time

Make Twitter great again Trump has become a successful candidate for making mainstream media fear. Trump’s involvement with twitter began back in 2009, with a plug to watch his appearance on late night with former host David Letterman. Be sure to tune in and watch...
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Newest Sesame Street resident is helping break down barriers

Long-running US children’s television show Sesame Street has introduced a new character who has autism. Julia has been added to the show to help address stigma associated with autism. The little girl with red hair has been in Sesame Street’s online...
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Kembla Grange Racecourse prays rain away

Kembla Grange Racing Manager Michael Craig has his fingers crossed to keep the rain away from the rescheduled Provincial Qualifier meeting tomorrow. The original date for the Bede Murray Provincial Qualifier Championships was Saturday 18th March, but extreme rainfall...
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#FreedomofSpeech

  Harmony Day celebrations in Australia came to a standstill yesterday as Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull addressed parliament with an orange ribbon pinned to his chest. Mr. Turnbull announced his plans to make changes to the Racial Discrimination Act, despite...
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10th anniversary of Earth Hour

The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is celebrating its 10th anniversary of Earth Hour this coming Saturday, the 25th of March. From what started as a small initiative in Sydney is now known as a global phenomenon. Over 172 countries across the globe will participate to...

Marvel’s Iron Fist causes dispute

  Marvel is facing backlash and dismal reviews after fans and critics of their new Netflix series, Iron Fist, voiced their disappointment. The new show is based on the 1974 comics and loosely follows the same plot line as the DC Arrow, CW network series....

Young guns dominate world bowls championships

http://www.uowtvmultimedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/video-1490155851.mp4 The Warilla Gorillas are on the world stage as they host the 2017 World Bowls Championship. 2017 is the 12th year the Warilla Club has hosted the event, catapulting the club to the global...

National Student Protests

Student and staff are protesting this week, in an attempt to stop attacks on education. The National Union of Students and The Socialists Club will hold a protest this Thursday, at the University of Wollongong Library. The protest will feature talks from trade union...

Remembering Chuck Berry: Is Art Affected by the Artist?

The death of Rock ‘N’ Roll legend Chuck Berry came as a disappointment to music lovers worldwide on Sunday. Passing at age 90, the ‘Johnny B Goode’ guitarist will be remembered for the profound effect he has had on music. Throughout his life he garnered...

Trump’s most outrageous tweets of all time

Make Twitter great again Trump has become a successful candidate for making mainstream media fear. Trump’s involvement with twitter began back in 2009, with a plug to watch his appearance on late night with former host David Letterman. Be sure to tune in and watch...

Kembla Grange Racecourse prays rain away

Kembla Grange Racing Manager Michael Craig has his fingers crossed to keep the rain away from the rescheduled Provincial Qualifier meeting tomorrow. The original date for the Bede Murray Provincial Qualifier Championships was Saturday 18th March, but extreme rainfall...

#FreedomofSpeech

  Harmony Day celebrations in Australia came to a standstill yesterday as Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull addressed parliament with an orange ribbon pinned to his chest. Mr. Turnbull announced his plans to make changes to the Racial Discrimination Act, despite...

Indian Tour Set for Epic Finale

Australia’s cricketing tour of India promised to be one of epic proportions. Leading in to the tough campaign, the Australian Cricket Team enjoyed a good run of form, whitewashing Pakistan in a three test series at the end of 2016. The team, led by Captain Steve...

Saudi Arabia Sued by 9/11 Victims

Saudi Arabia is again defending itself against allegations of being responsible for the 9/11 attacks of 2001. Families of the attack victims and those injured in the attack have banded together to sue Saudi Arabia, taking advantage of a law passed through congress...

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