Coogee Greens candidate defends phasing out gas and coal in NSW by 2030
In an exclusive interview with Tharunka, Rafaela Pandolfini discussed climate action, public transport, housing, the Voice referendum and more.
The future of pill testing in NSW
With the upcoming election, will NSW have a chance to perhaps see this program rolled out across our state? And so, what might the major political parties have to say on this issue leading up to the election?
Opinion: You’ve missed Keating’s point
Since the interview we have been told it is best to ignore Keating because he’s like an annoying ex-husband according to SMH journalist Malcolm Knox, he’s a crazy old uncle according to opposition leader Peter Dutton, the world has changed since the 1990s according to Prime Minister Albanese and that he’s a defender of a…
Vaucluse & Coogee Debate: Candidates fight for two affluent seats in Sydney
A public debate brought together seven candidates — four from Vaucluse and three from Coogee — in the evening of March 14th. Held at the East Leagues Club in Bondi Junction, the two-hour event soon turned tense, with heated exchanges between participants, notably among nominees of the two main parties. Less than two weeks…
Why did HinduSoc screen an anti-Muslim propaganda film?
On the 9th of June last year UNSW Hindu Society hosted a screening of Vivek Agnihotri’s controversial 2022 film The Kashmir Files in the Colombo Theatre, a film concerning the exodus of Hindu Kashmiri Pandits from the Kashmir valley following militancy from the region during the 1990s. The film was selected by vote by HinduSoc…
Iran investigates 900 schoolgirls’ poisoning
After nationwide protests erupted last year, resistance to Iran’s mandatory hijab law has exploded across the country. Women uncovering their hair an inch at a time. 900 schoolgirls have been poisoned by toxic gas on the 2nd of March 2023, in what many believe is a deliberate attempt to force their schools to shut. No girls have…