UNFOUND: Lionel Daveson

Lionel Daveson disappeared from the Sydney suburb of Rosebery on August 23, 2007. He hasn’t been seen since.

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Youth and politics: why engagement’s on the rise

When you think of politics in Australia, the voices of our youth aren’t the first to come to mind.

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Looking for the HD in ADHD drugs

Health professionals have long known that university students are taking performance enhancing drugs to help them focus and improve grades.

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PHOTO ESSAY: Anzac Day dawn service

Yesterday the country united, attending services, ceremonies and marches for Anzac Day, a day of remembrance and commemoration for all the men and women who have served our country.

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Why we are walking out

Thousands of students across America are expected to take part in another school walkout on Friday to continue protests against school violence and calls for tougher gun controls.

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Facebook: Love it or leave it?

Are Facebook users abandoning the platform in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal?

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A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away …

The discovery of an ancient ‘ghost’ galaxy has added another tiny piece to the puzzle of how the cosmos came to be.

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Homelessness: how you can help… today!

Hatch@Macleay reporter, Joe Attanasio, draws on the latest Census data to suggest ways we can help Australians experiencing homelessness.

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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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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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