NBA Draft – a look at the top 10

After weeks of rumours and prognostications, the National Basketball Association draft was finalised earlier today. 

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ICYMI: This week in music – June 23

New albums from Foo Fighters and Jay-Z, Paul McCartney tour and legendary electronic producer teasing something… Here’s what you missed this week.

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The great Kate McClymont

“Seek not greatness, but seek truth and you will find both.” This quote by Horace Mann sums up the wonderful Kate McClymont perfectly. She is the highest calibre of journalist.

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13 things you can buy from vending machines

You may have heard of the Russian vending machine that sells fake Instagram likes and followers. Well guess what? The world of vending machines is a weird one, whether you’re craving live crabs at 2am or a fresh pair of undies.

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Review: Lorde brings the drama on album No 2

4.5 out of 5
Rating: 4.5

Lorde’s second album, Melodrama paints a self-portrait of the expectations, fear, angst and experiences of a 20-year-old woman.

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Golden State Warriors defeat Cleveland Cavaliers for NBA title

The Golden State Warriors clinched their second NBA title in three years by defeating the Cleveland Cavaliers in game five of the NBA Finals. In so doing, the team achieved redemption for their shock loss in last year’s Finals after

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Podcast: What School Didn’t Teach You – Episode 3

In this episode of What School Didn’t Teach You, we explore the Netflix hit series 13 Reasons Why with renowned Australian psychologist Michael Carr-Gregg.

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Virtually keeping up

Australian businesses of all sizes are increasing their use of the internet to extend their reach and build customer relationships – and there’s a growing emphasis on using social platforms to drive sales. The most recent figures – from 2015

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Kirsten Drysdale ‘Checks Out’ Macleay

With a passion for justice and hatred for “bullshit” and “scams”, it seems consumer journalist Kirsten Drysdale has found the perfect outlet to ply her trade.

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Opinion: Yacqub Khayre – terrorist or deluded criminal?

Two days after the attack on London Bridge, Australia had its own brush with terrorism. Or did it? Kathy Marks argues that the terrorism link has been egregiously overstated.

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