First Champions of Indigenous Nationals 2024

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QTb8PgM_2Ik The first day of Indigenous Nationals is basketball and is done and dusted at UOW with Australian Catholic University (ACU) taking over the University of Sydney (USYD) A close score of 17-15 to ACU with USYD starting ahead...

Professor Brian Yecies talking about media industry

We talked to Professor Brian Yecies on the open day at UOW about the media industry and how AI is affecting the industry. https://soundcloud.com/uowtv/prof-brian-yecies-for-uows-2024-open-day

$3 billion cut to student debt through HECS indexation overhaul proposed by Government

The Federal Government’s annual budget has outlined Labor’s plan to cut more than $3 billion worth of Higher Education Loan Program (HELP) debt and restructure the way student support loans are indexed. The proposed change would cap the yearly HELP indexation at the...

NSW to miss emission reduction targets

New South Wales is projected to miss its emissions reduction target as legislated by the state government, according to the NSW Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water. Data recently published by the department predicts that the state will have...

To eat or to heat

It’s the first day of winter and turning on the heater is typically a normal action taken by many Australian families, however, for some, it’s the difference between heating or eating. With electricity prices increasing across the country, regional areas are...

Are we all wearing plastic?

Australians are some of the biggest consumers of fashion per capita in the world and most are unknowingly wearing plastic. According to The Australian Institute, Australians buy an average of 56 new garments of clothing each year and more than 200,000 tonnes of...

The day the music died

The live music scene in Australia is yet to bounce back from the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic with event ticket sales down and major music events and festivals shutting down.  A 116-page report by Creative Australia titled "SoundCheck" states that the...

Rural and remote communities bear brunt of mental health service shortages

If you’ve needed to organise an appointment with a counsellor or psychologist then you know how difficult it can be, what with long wait lists and nationwide shortages of psychologists and psychiatrists. Chances are if you live in a remote area, you’ll be even less...

Australian music industry in ‘peril’ amid festival cancelations

Walking through a crowd of sweaty bodies, the sun's heat blazes past the lone cloud, teasing with a shade that never comes. As you scan the crowd, glittery bikini tops paired with chunky boots mingle with a variety of three-piece fruit shorts, button-ups, and bucket...

Federal Budget to aid with HECS-HELP debt relief for students

The Australian Government will cut $3 billion worth of student debt for more than three million Australians in an effort to ease cost of living pressures. In the release of the Federal Budget earlier this month, the Government announced its commitment to cap the...

First Champions of Indigenous Nationals 2024

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QTb8PgM_2Ik The first day of Indigenous Nationals is basketball and is done and dusted at UOW with Australian Catholic University (ACU) taking over the University of Sydney (USYD) A close score of 17-15 to ACU with USYD starting ahead...

NSW to miss emission reduction targets

NSW to miss emission reduction targets

New South Wales is projected to miss its emissions reduction target as legislated by the state government, according to the NSW Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water. Data recently published by the department predicts that the state will have...

To eat or to heat

To eat or to heat

It’s the first day of winter and turning on the heater is typically a normal action taken by many Australian families, however, for some, it’s the difference between heating or eating. With electricity prices increasing across the country, regional areas are...

Are we all wearing plastic?

Are we all wearing plastic?

Australians are some of the biggest consumers of fashion per capita in the world and most are unknowingly wearing plastic. According to The Australian Institute, Australians buy an average of 56 new garments of clothing each year and more than 200,000 tonnes of...

The day the music died

The day the music died

The live music scene in Australia is yet to bounce back from the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic with event ticket sales down and major music events and festivals shutting down.  A 116-page report by Creative Australia titled "SoundCheck" states that the...