The Incarceration Issue
Western Australia’s Toughest Prison Is for Women
If you're a female prisoner in Western Australia, you're probably at Bandyup, where low-risk inmates are mixed with inmates who have committed serious crimes. That's just one of the prison's many issues.
A New Documentary Explores What It's Like to Grow Up with Same-Sex Parents
For <i>The Gayby Project</i>, Australian filmmaker Maya Newell spent four years documentary the lives of children with same-sex parents.
Australian Universities Aren't Recognizing Transgender and Intersex Students
For many students, university offers the opportunity to cast off the restrictions of school and family. But for transgender and intersex students, it's just another stressful battlefield.
The Australian Government Wants to Kill Johnny Depp’s Dogs
The actor's pets could be destroyed after they were brought into the country without being declared to quarantine.
Democratising Art With the Guy Behind the Google Art Project
Amit Sood owns the brain who came up with the idea of bringing the world's art to people who usually wouldn't have access to it.
Uranium Minefield: Middle Men Are Bleeding Aboriginal Land Dry
The Australian Government has approved a new uranium mine on Indigenous land, despite ongoing investigations of corruption. While millions are being made in mining profits, some Indigenous landowners still live in poverty.
Pictures of an Evacuation from Nepal
Photographer Darcy Mahady recorded his experience of leaving the country while it was still going through the aftermath of a natural disaster.
Noah Taylor’s Strange, Blankly Beautiful Paintings
We spoke to the artist about Australian landscapes and being good at everything.
I Went to a Cryptoparty to Ask Why People Want to Protect Their Data
It was an evening of pizza, beer, and technological subterfuge.
Delicious and Nutritious Feral Camels Are Destroying Western Australia
As the bush dries up, migrating camels in search of water are leaving a trail of destruction across the state.
New Zealand’s Sex Workers Are Fighting for Public Toilets in Christchurch
The 2011 earthquake in Christchurch affected everyone in the city's limits, but one group who are still peculiarly disadvantaged are sex workers.
Indigenous Groups Warn Changes to Adoption Legislation Could Lead to Cultural Genocide
Indigenous Australians only comprise 2.5 per cent of the population, but they make up 34.6 per cent of children in government care.