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Spotlight On: Adrian Agius

By Alicia D’Arcy Adrian Agius is a combined law and commerce student, majoring in Information Systems. Adrian has been significantly involved in bringing “Hackathons” to the Law School at UNSW, and was recently nominated for the LawyersWeekly Australian Law Awards as Law Student of the Year. We chatted to him …

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at fault

By Anonymous   CW: mental health, suicide   By its very nature, this passage is arrogant. Introspectiveness is a form of hubris. And whilst it’s important to be reflective, it is equally important that I do not share my reflections with others – or consider my own self for too …

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My Heartbreak Warrants Breaking a Promise

My Heartbreak Should Warrant Breaking a Promise

By Jack McNally   Last night, the Liberal Party caucus voted 27-7 against offering a conscience vote to MPs and senators on marriage equality, resolving to put the question of the plebiscite to the Senate another time and, failing that, explore the option of a postal plebiscite.   Though many …

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The SSM Suppository – Tone Edition

By Dominic Giannini, Online Sub-Editor Yesterday, Tony Abbott gave us his latest pearls of wisdom. Writing a column for The Australian, Abbott went on to blame Bill Shorten and the Labor-Green left coalition for the delay of any same-sex marriage legislation. Bill Shorten is the real villain of this imbroglio, …

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