Indigenous Art Triennial
Australia’s Indigenous Art Triennial is Powerful and Political
‘Defying Empire’ will use art to start national conversations about race.
DIY Pill Testing Kits Targeted Toward Groovin the Moo Attendees
The new kits come after the ACT government blocked laboratory testing at the festival.
If You See Canberra/NYC Post-Punk Trio PTSD, Say Something
Featuring members of Danger Beach, TV Colours, and Haram, the band delve into a gloomier post punk sound.
Why a Beautiful, Promising Law Student Killed Her Boyfriend with a Massive Dose of Heroin
On October 26, 1997, Anu Singh had friends over for a dinner party, drugged her boyfriend Joe Cinque, and then injected him with needle after needle of heroin.
What It's Like to Deal Drugs in Australia's Capital City
"Now I'm finding more public servants are buying than ever before. Maybe it's because of the amount of money they make."
Anonymous as told to Dan Nulley
Photos That Capture the Beauty of Suburban Australia
Photographer Lee Grant spent seven years documenting his hometown of Belconnen.
Fear and Emptiness in Small-Town Australia
Wouter Van de Voorde's photographs are infused with an eeriness that occasionally borders on the surreal. Think "Twin Peaks" if it never rained.
Wouter Van de Voorde
Why Can’t Australia Get a Melbourne-Sydney Bullet Train?
Australia has been discussing an east coast bullet train for 20 years. Why is the project still no closer to reality?
Why the Government Is Talking About Gillian Triggs and not Children in Detention
Canberra responded to a damning report from the Australian Human Rights Commission by attacking the Commission's president and avoiding the issue altogether.
Indigenous Groups are Calling for the 'Decolonization' of Australia
"We're saying that the government is killing our people."
An Indigenous Activist Was Arrested Under the Australian Laws he’s Renounced
Last year Murrumu Walubara Yidindji renounced his citizenship and reverted to the tribal law of his people, the Yidindji.
British Jihadis Fighting Abroad Could Be Banned From Returning Home For Two Years Under New Proposal
Suspected Jihadis could have their passports confiscated for up to 30 days, face regular police monitoring, home detention, or go through de-radicalization programs.