In their debut gig on Monday, newly formed Melbourne alt-rock group Good Grief reminded the Bendigo Hotel what a grunge experience should really feel like.
Are you a victim of Facebook’s breach of trust? The data of over 50 million Facebook users was breached by political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica.
The bar continues to lower in Canberra... Vicious threats, attacks and controversy have been dominating an otherwise mundane political landscape.
Schoolies is a time honoured tradition for young Australians fresh from exams to blow off some steam and hit the beach. While schoolies can be an amazing time for many, it’s also something that’s been synonymous for a while with young people behaving badly. Reporting for Panorama at SYN I take a look at schoolies... Continue Reading →
Streaming services like Netflix and Stan may be required to show more Australian screen content. I look into the push for greater local content requirements for streaming providers. Interviewees: Jenni Tosi - Film Victoria CEO
The Refugee Action Collective held a protest against conditions on the Manus Island detention centre. Reporting for Panorama at SYN I spoke to organisers.
March 2018 saw former ACTU President Ged Kearney win the fiercely contested seat of Batman. In this package we go back to July 2017, when reporting for Panorama on SYN, I spoke with ACTU president Ged Kearney about what the new penalty rates meant for young people and how different industries were reacting.
A recent survey by LinkedIn states that more than half of Australians hide some aspects of themselves when they’re at the office, especially their vulnerabilities.
Reporting for Panorama at SYN, I break down the dual citizenship debacle that has parliament in a frenzy and ask if the law is necessary or outdated. Interviees: Dr Nick Economou, Senior Lecturer in the School of Social Sciences.