Alright, listen up you lazy dick-nuggets. You think cooking has to be hard? You, who eats dry toast and plain pasta and whines because Uber Eats charges too much for delivery? Shut the fuck up. Cooking is easy as shit, and I’m about to show you how.
If you think two slightly overweight, middle-aged magicians aren’t going to impress – you are correct.
‘Harvested Alive: The Ten-Year Investigation,’ a documentary on forced organ harvesting in China, stunned its audience on Friday night with attendees calling the event “shocking” and “eye-opening”. The screening served as the premiere of the English language version of the documentary, and was hosted at Victoria University in Melbourne. Advertised on Facebook, the free event... Continue Reading →
The relationship between human rights and democracy is one which has puzzled scholars. As Davenport and Armstrong (2004) comment, many theorists, policy makers, NGOs, revolutionaries and citizens have deemed democracy to be the answer to the problem of human rights violations. However, many others have found that democracy is not the cure for human rights... Continue Reading →
Proposed smoking ban around RMIT university was always going to be implemented regardless of outcome of survey, says affected venue owner.
Public interest in indigenous language and culture workshops highlight a deficit in Australia’s education system, the Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages (VACL) says.
Article written in September 2016, originally published here. A group sponsored by the federal government says it’s important to continue engaging youth against extremism after just six students participated in one of its 3-day “hackathons”. MyHack, an organization aimed at “mobilising youth for counter violent extremism innovation,” is sponsored by the Australian government and owned by... Continue Reading →
Watch VICE’s video about New Zealand’s underground Vogue scene here The best thing about being a documentary maker is being able to tell stories often ignored by commercial media, a film maker for VICE says. “You get to document people who are proud of their stories,” says Andrew Kavanagh, a producer for VICE Australia and New Zealand.... Continue Reading →
An article written for NGO ‘The Malima Project,’ an independent primary school in rural Cameroon. In July 2013, I aided the set up and running of this school by assisting local employees with administration, collating children’s work to send to sponsors, and producing an update newsletter for sponsors and those involved in the school. Emphasis was placed... Continue Reading →