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Spook ~ April 27th, 2015
Today, photographer Amelia J Dowd takes Week in Submission to the seaside streets, with fresh faced beauty Kizzie and New York based sytlist Kate Stein.
James Zarucky ~ April 27th, 2015
Think that music and film piracy came with the advent of the Internet and the digital era? It's actually been going on for over a century writes James Zarucky.
Mel Campbell ~ April 26th, 2015
Soccer commentator Scott McIntyre's anti-Anzac tweets were a shout for wakefullness in a haze of political complacency. And the SBS fired him for it.
Cormack O'Connor ~ April 24th, 2015
The Hunter Valley is being hit with the biggest floods its had since June 2007 and is now being classified a state of disaster. No power, no water, no phone signal (most of the time). We know we'd be going crazy right now, so we ask: what would you do to pass time during a flood?
Spook ~ April 24th, 2015
For our latest shoot, SPOOK photographer Hannah Hawkins teamed up with some of Melbourne's finest designers for a spin around the industrial block.
Laurence Barber ~ April 24th, 2015
It's the bold new trend in marketing the homosexual: incidental gayness. Laurence Barber wonders: is this progress, or just the new shame?
Maria Lewis ~ April 23rd, 2015
There is a long, long way to go before television offers equal gender representation but Netflix may be the first truly inclusive TV ‘network’ for women.
Garry Westmore ~ April 23rd, 2015
Viciously gang raped in Kenya and told she had no hope of bringing her attackers to justice, Charlotte Campbell Stephen set about doing just that. We spoke with director Judy Rymers who documented the incredible story in 'I Will Not Be Silenced', which will open this year's Human Rights Arts & Film Festival.