The Nuclear Dilemma

SHARN KENNEDY "The release of atomic energy has not created a new problem. It has merely made more urgent the necessity of solving an existing one.” That was a quote from Albert Einstein, the man who first discovered how to tap into the atomic … [Read more...]

The perks of being an international journalist

ELIZABETH ANDAL Nothing quite compares to being immersed in different cultures. With the exotic food, locations and individuals, there is no doubt that everyday will be full of new surprises. The experience of working overseas is one that many … [Read more...]

Growing up abroad: a glimpse back in time

LIAM WIDDICOMBE For nearly a decade now tuning in to the six-o’clock news meant tuning in to the war in the Middle-East; a conflict synonymous with clashing cultures, opposing ideologies, and of course fleeing refugees. It seems we are all too … [Read more...]

Building a bridge between refugees and Australia through art

REBECCA BATS Once abundant towns, now stand deserted with the sound of  gunfire in nearby mountains which disturb your sleep. Your pillow is wet from the tears you cry not knowing where your family members are. A far too familiar story known to … [Read more...]

Lujayn Hawari

Of Palestinian origin, born in Saudi Arabia, and raised in Australia, Lujayn Hawari is a young and passionate journalist for The Source News. She has an interest in international affairs and Islam-West Relations. Aspiring to become a foreign … [Read more...]

Pressure of university a big trigger of anxiety in students

CASSANDRA MULHERN As semester two of the 2015 university year comes to a close, students are preparing for the stress of final assignments and exams, resulting in intense anxiety for many. Stress is not uncommon among university students, … [Read more...]

$100 mil to make women feel safer on the streets and at home

INGE HANSEN HOLLY WARE CARLY MADSEN   Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has today announced a $100 million funding package to deal with domestic violence in Australia. The package will focus on making women feel safer on the … [Read more...]

September sheds light on children’s cancer

RENATA NEMETH September is International Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and a time to shed light on children’s cancer and the need for improved diagnosis, treatment and outcomes. Statistics show an estimated 650 children aged 0-14 years … [Read more...]

Too much junk

RACHAEL HERRAMAN A recent healthy diet score survey conducted by the CSIRO has confirmed that Australians are eating three times more than the recommended daily intake of junk food, and not enough fruit. More than 40,000 Australians … [Read more...]

Why fans should not copy Kylie Jenner’s ‘look’

MELANIE WHITING There is no denying some consider Kylie Jenner, 18, and the youngest member of the Kardashian family, a role model for young women. Earlier this year, the world was shocked by images of young people artificially ‘plumping’ … [Read more...]