Who owns your news? – news media app Headlinr to give audiences bird’s eye view

Where Australians get their news has become a politically charged question leading to growing concerns about media ownership and influence and an overall lack of transparency. Continue reading Who owns your news? – news media app Headlinr to give audiences bird’s eye view

GayFL – how an iconic piece of queer literature helped me find the game

As a gay guy more comfortable in a theatre than on a footy field, AFL was hardly a guaranteed match. But in just four seasons, the Essendon Bombers have turned me into an insufferable die hard. Continue reading GayFL – how an iconic piece of queer literature helped me find the game

Obituary: Melbourne’s COVID-19 Curfew

The longest peacetime curfew in Australian history ended last night. It shuffled off into the annals of history at 5am amidst a peaceful chorus of relieved sighs by the Victorian Metropolitan Police. Officers attempted to retain an air of dignified mourning but couldn’t help hoping they might finally get a decent night’s sleep because of its demise. Continue reading Obituary: Melbourne’s COVID-19 Curfew