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Dog eat dog: the toxic world of student politics

Campus politics is just as nasty as real politics. Bakri Mahmoud reports on the in-fighting and power struggles

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VIDEO: Meet the elephant in the room. His name is Taboo

Taboo Talk is a volunteer-run organisation which brings people together to chat about taboo subjects.

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VIDEO: Hamish Macdonald at Macleay

He’s one of Australia’s most versatile reporters, having covered a broad range of topics for a variety of media.

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PHOTOJOURNALISM: Driving diversity on TV

Screen Australia released a study last year pointing out the disparity between the diversity of people in Australia, and those we see on our screens.

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Profile: Matuse Peace, “human being, artist”

Matuse Peace describes himself as a travelling stranger passing through life – a life he fills with creativity and spiritual enlightenment. Matuse is an actor, a lyricist, a visual artist, an educator and a student.

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Saudi Arabian women driving change

Women in Saudi Arabia have been granted the right to drive after King Salman issued a royal decree on Tuesday.

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VIDEO: Poster boys of Liverpool

Hatch video journalist Bakri Mahmoud recently spent a night following political activists around the streets of Liverpool, in Western Sydney.

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Leigh Sales in conversation: nothing but the facts!

How do you interview an expert at the craft of interviewing? Trust me, it’s a damn daunting prospect!

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