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School Teenagers Facing Anxiety

January 26, 2016 5:00 pm0 comments
School Teenagers Facing Anxiety

Nowadays, teenagers have began to look beyond school to life ahead of them, which in my opinion has caused them to grow up to fast and become anxious about what the future may hold for them. I believe that this is a tragedy because teenage years are ridiculously hard as it is […]

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The Future: The land of the unknown

April 15, 2015 3:41 pm0 comments
The Future: The land of the unknown

As of late, my life has been filled with questions about what my plans for the future are going to involve. ”Are you going to University?” this is a question that myself along with others have been wanting to know this answer to. Before I moved to Australia, going to […]

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The League of Gentlemen: Becoming a State of Mind

July 15, 2014 9:50 am0 comments
The League of Gentlemen: Becoming a State of Mind

The League of Gentlemen, a comedy show so exquisitely entwined with horror, it seems to ingratiate itself into the very fibres of the subconscious. ‘What on Earth did I just watch?’ seems to be a fairly corporate reaction, and the truth is that there is no real way of describing […]

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How significant is the legacy of the Washington Post’s reports of the Watergate scandal to the field of investigative journalism?

June 4, 2014 12:51 pm0 comments
How significant is the legacy of the Washington Post’s reports of the Watergate scandal to the field of investigative journalism?

The legacy of the Washington Post’s role in regards to revealing aspects of the Watergate mystery is said to be hanging with the printing plate that announced United States President Richard Nixon’s resignation in a conference room where Washington Post editors meet every day. Debates, however, still surface as to […]

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Ethical issues journalists and reporters should consider when reporting on those with vulnerabilities

May 27, 2014 8:35 am0 comments
Ethical issues journalists and reporters should consider when reporting on those with vulnerabilities

To be human is to at some point in life be vulnerable. Though some people may not perceive themselves to be vulnerable or no more potentially vulnerable than someone else journalists and reporters who uphold ethical values and principles see this matter in a different light. It is highly regarded […]

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The Battle of Fat vs. Sugar

February 25, 2014 10:33 am1 comment
The Battle of Fat vs. Sugar

I thought, settling down to watch the BBC’s ‘Horizon: Sugar vs Fat’ that maybe, just maybe, I was going to learn something groundbreaking. Or failing that, at least something new. Or something interesting. What I saw instead was two tall, posh, good-looking doctors asking painfully ignorant questions of other doctors […]

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A Cause for Concern: The Surge in Human Trafficking & Slavery

February 24, 2014 3:30 pm0 comments
A Cause for Concern: The Surge in Human Trafficking & Slavery

We have come to the end of January. For most of us, January connotes a month of healthy eating and exercise; of dealing with the dreaded post-turkey coma; and one in which we resolve to make ourselves better. This month, political parties have begun their journey to elections, altering their […]

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Copenhagen Giraffe: The Increase of ‘Surplus’ Euthanasia

February 9, 2014 2:30 pm0 comments
Copenhagen Giraffe: The Increase of ‘Surplus’ Euthanasia

The controversial debate surrounding animal rights has spanned over a century. Zoos, a frequent epicentre of criticism, have used contraception as a means of population control for many decades. However, in recent years, an increase in zoo-administered euthanasia has been observed. Today, an eighteen-month-old giraffe named Marius was killed with a […]

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