Warning against cyber attack cultural age

Can you hear me? Answer yes and your identity could be stolen. Article on #privacyawarenessweek and #FraudWeek2017 for @UOWTV #socialj — Sarah Leong (@Sarahh_Leong) May 17, 2017 The international ‘Can you hear me?’ scam has hit Australian shores amid Privacy and Fraud...
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Funding boost for mental health across the South Coast

Illawarra and South Coast mental health and suicide...
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Australia’s lag for LGBT+ rights

Australia’s lack of progress in recognising the rights of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transsexual+ community has pushed the nation behind numerous countries and contributed to a rise in mental health issues amongst LGBT+ youth, according to...
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Labor under fire over ‘whitewashed’ ad

The Labor Party has come under fire after its latest campaign was labelled racist. The "Australiana First" advertisement featured a majority of Anglo-Saxon Australians standing behind Opposition leader Bill Shorten as he delivered a promise to “employ Australians...
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Warning against cyber attack cultural age

Can you hear me? Answer yes and your identity could be stolen. Article on #privacyawarenessweek and #FraudWeek2017 for @UOWTV #socialj — Sarah Leong (@Sarahh_Leong) May 17, 2017 The international ‘Can you hear me?’ scam has hit Australian shores amid Privacy and Fraud...

Australia’s lag for LGBT+ rights

Australia’s lack of progress in recognising the rights of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transsexual+ community has pushed the nation behind numerous countries and contributed to a rise in mental health issues amongst LGBT+ youth, according to...

Comic Gong looks to build on past success

Cosplayers and comic book lovers from across the country will travel to Wollongong on Saturday, 13 May, for the fifth annual 'Comic Gong.' Comic Gong is a comic arts convention that brings together people of all ages to enjoy inclusive activities, read the latest...

Hats off to a ‘politically correct’ Easter

Schools are facing backlash for what has been called an 'over-the-top' case of political correctness. Some primary schools are have removed the word 'Easter' from the traditional Easter hat parade, opting instead to call the events 'Crazy Hat Days' and 'Happy Hat...

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