Tags » News Reporting
May 9, 2017
The second day of the Melbourne International Student Conference (MISC) continued to inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs, leaders and creators with its motivational presentations, fascinating workshops and its Young Upstarts Business Pitch Competition.
(Initially published on Meld Magazine, January 10 2017)
A few months ago, I received a call from a worried friend studying biomedicine.
“I’m not sure if I am able to be an excellent doctor,” she said. 348 more words
Anti-government protests continue in Venezuela’s city streets with more than 70 dead, hundreds injured, and thousands arrested.
The three-month long demonstrations against the Cuban-backed President Nicolas Maduro are in response to food shortages, soaring prices and inflation that have withered the country. 413 more words
The State Government has launched a shared-trail campaign to address trail safety and encourage more people to enjoy Adelaide’s national parks.
The ‘I Share My Trail’ campaign promotes better cooperation between walkers, trail runners, horse riders and bikers in parks like Cleland Conservation Park and O’Halloran Hill Recreation Park. 322 more words
Vegan cafes are on the rise in Adelaide as a community of ethical diners continues to grow.
Cafes with plant-based and wholefood menus free from meat and animal products are popular in precincts like the CBD, Glenelg, King William Road and the Parade, Norwood. 405 more words
Unley community concern over the frequency of high-rise developments continues with work commencing on a $40 million nursing home and assisted-living development in Myrtle Bank. 389 more words