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National

Why Some Aussies Will Spend $500 On One Kilo Of Coffee

3 min read

Australian coffee drinkers are fussy people.

The Project

The Project

Abramović's Naked Doorway To Exhibit At London’s Royal Academy Of Arts

2 min read

Marina Abramović’s art piece where visitors squeeze past a nude duo is called ‘Imponderabilia’ and will be recreated at the Royal Academy of Arts in 2020

Tim Lo Surdo

Tim Lo Surdo

Australian Art Should Be About The Human Experience, Not The White Experience

4 min read

The arts cultivate tourism, create jobs and project the image of Australia out to the world, but more than any of that, they show how we define the human experience.

News

News

Record Numbers For 'Anthrocon', The Annual Meet-Up For Furries

2 min read

Record numbers of 'Furries' are attending Pittsburgh's Anthrocon convention this year.

World

World

World's Sexiest Accent Revealed And It's 'Outrageously Charming'

1 min read

Forget the romance of French, the sass of the Spanish and eternally seductive Italian -- they're no longer considered the world's sexiest accents.

Zoe Victoria

Zoe Victoria

'I Am Still Not Sure How To Deal With This Unique Form Of Grief'

5 min read

It’s strangely appropriate that I was away from home when I first learned of the Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka.

Thomas Baudinette

Thomas Baudinette

Why Young Aussies Are Obsessed With Korean Pop Culture

6 min read

A band you may have never heard of has recently topped Australian streaming charts, breaking records and changing the shape of the Australian musical landscape forever.

James Norman

James Norman

Why Melbourne Is The Only City In Australia I Would Live In

4 min read

It's only been four short months since the Victoria state election, but the results from last weekend's NSW election make the two states seem worlds apart.

Ben Pobjie

Ben Pobjie

Far Out Time Out, The Way You Rank Cities Is All Wrong

6 min read

Okay people, let’s all just calm down for a moment, shall we?

Views

Views

I Was Born In The '80s But Don’t Ever Call Me A Millennial

5 min read

I was born in the wrong era. And I don’t think I’m the only one.

Katie Horneshaw

Katie Horneshaw

What I Want To Teach My Boy About Toxic Masculinity

6 min read

One of my dearest friends wrote me an email the other day.

Mark McCrindle

Mark McCrindle

Australia Is In For Some Big Changes This Year

5 min read

Seismic shifts in Australia’s demographics this year will mean that Generations Y and beyond (Australians born since 1980) will become the largest proportion of the population.

World

World

'Ludicrous': Calls For Disney To Drop 'Hakuna Matata' Trademark

3 min read

It translates to "no trouble" or "no worries", but it also means much more than that.

Lisa Portolan

Lisa Portolan

11 Trends Of 2018 To Kick To The Kerb Next Year

4 min read

Popular culture -- it’s fun, but if you don’t watch out it will suck you right in and spit you out like a tornado.

Mehreen Faruqi

Mehreen Faruqi

I'm Not Asking Too Much To Have My Name Pronounced Correctly

4 min read

An incident in the Australian parliament has struck a chord with thousands of Australians with non-Anglo names: The Chair of a Senate Committee repeatedly mispronounced my last name.

World

World

The Yulin Dog Meat Festival And Its Continuing Cruelty

3 min read

A look into the so-called tradition of this 'festival' and why it continues.

National

National

Australia To Host Largest Tutankhamun Exhibit To Leave Egypt

1 min read

Sixty never-before-seen artefacts outside Egypt will be on show.