Charity hoping small steps will lead to big strides

You may have seen them powering through the streets of your suburb in their bright yellow shirts, but what exactly were they walking for?

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Annihilation: a Netflix movie for the big screen?

4 out of 5
Rating: 4

A stylistic sci fi adventure starring Natalie Portman and Oscar Issac? No, this isn’t a Star Wars spin off, this is the stunningly shot and directed, but extremely divisive, Annihilation.

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The hard facts about sexual assaults in Australia

Almost 4000 men were proven guilty of sexual assault offences in Australia, in just one year.

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PHOTO GALLERY: Just like you and me

As we carry on with our busy lives, we tend to forget that the people all around us have feelings, a family and a life

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Tomb Raider review: Lara Croft takes charge again

Welcome to the new age of cinema, where women are no longer the pushovers or damsels in distress of yesteryear.

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GAME REVIEW: A Way Out

Full of twists and turns, A Way Out shows how well video games can tell gripping stories. 

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Vivid 2018: Hatch’s top 5

Hatch reporter Bill Robinson shares his top picks for the tenth anniversary of Vivid.

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Losing the plot: the changing landscape of death

Nikolina Matijevic reports on the innovations transforming a rarely discussed industry

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The True Crisis of Mass Violence

“Deeper even than the gun problem is this: boys are broken”, tweeted US comedian Michael Ian Black following the February 14th mass shooting at a Florida high school which left 17 dead and a further 14 injured. Four days later,

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US students to march for their lives

Thousands of American students take to the streets across the US this Saturday, March 24, to demand tighter gun controls.

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