Gen Z: Spiritual but not religious? | Generation Z and Religion – The Truth of It #6

Gen Z: Spiritual but not religious? | Generation Z and Religion – The Truth of It #6

All right when we turn to generation Z – generation Z teenagers that is and their worldview. This is the group of course that were not captured in the most recent census study because they’re teenagers, they’re too young but there’s a research project being carried out jointly by ANU Deacon and Monash researchers and […]

Read More

Students giving back to the community | Curtin Volunteers!

Students giving back to the community | Curtin Volunteers!

>>Curtin Volunteers! it’s a student-run volunteering society and we have a bunch of different programs, projects.>>Basically we send out people all around Perth to do different volunteering programs.>>An avenue for students, giving them the opportunity to be able to serve the community.>>They might do things like youth engagement, community development working, you know, on an […]

Read More

News Wrap: United Kingdom officially exits European Union

In the day’s other news: The United States declared a public health emergency over the coronavirus outbreak. China has now confirmed more than 11,000 cases and nearly 250 deaths. The U.S. confirmed a seventh case today In Washington, the secretary of health and human services, Alex Azar, said the U.S. is barring foreigners who recently […]

Read More

Jai Courtney ‘Storm Boy’: Reimagining Classic Australian Literature | In Studio

– Hey what’s up? I’m Jai Courtney and I’m in studio with the Hollywood Reporter. (upbeat music) – You’re here to talk about Storm Boy. – That’s right. – Congrats on the movie. – Thank you very much. – Thanks for stopping by. Now I have to ask, as an actor, did you ever think […]

Read More

One man’s personal bid to save and promote Abrolhos seabirds

One man’s personal bid to save and promote Abrolhos seabirds

This is one of the most significant seabird breeding sites in the Indian Ocean. In fact it’s the top breeding site in the eastern Indian Ocean which is our western coast. Marine ecologist Chris Surman has spent the past 29 years studying Abrolhos seabirds – most of it self-funded. His work focuses on Pelsaert Island […]

Read More

Greenland to USA, Australia to war, and French Colonies to…? – WW2 – OOTF 004

Greenland to USA, Australia to war, and French Colonies to…? – WW2 – OOTF 004

I’m Indy Neidell and this is another exciting episode of out of the foxholes where I sit here in my chair of infinite knowledge and answer your questions about the Second World War Let’s see Alexander Kaiser asks : what happened to Greenland after Germany’s invasion of Denmark? following the German invasion of Denmark and […]

Read More

Rainbow Ant Colony (Part 3)

Rainbow Ant Colony (Part 3)

Hi this is Jordan updating you on my Iridomyrmex bicknelli colony. It’s been around 5 months since my last update and since then the colony has grown quite a lot. So much so that I decided to connect up a third nest. They tend to favor the second nest I introduced to them back in […]

Read More

Giant Aboriginal elder puppet teaches Yungaburra community about Indigenous place names

Giant Aboriginal elder puppet teaches Yungaburra community about Indigenous place names

This giant puppet is an Aboriginal elder named Janggaburru. He is on a mission in his home town of Yungaburra in far north Queensland. This is the International Year of Indigenous Languages and so we decided that it was a good opportunity to make a project around what used to be the traditional language here […]

Read More

Where the River Runs Red – a mining community caught between the past and a sustainable future

Where the River Runs Red – a mining community caught between the past and a sustainable future

You’re lucky to live in Tasmania, it’s got everything. You wait till we reach the west coast. What’s down there? That’s Queenstown. The town seemed to grow just about overnight during the 1880s when gold and copper were found at Mount Lyell. It was a magnet for miners and their families. This is great! Look […]

Read More

Australian Penal Colonies

Australian Penal Colonies

Penal colonies, Australia Colonial America had been a destination for Britain’s criminals for a while, but the American War of Independence in 1776 Forced Britain to think of new places to export its convicts to protect British society in the meantime However, criminals were imprisoned domestically in Britain during hard labor in prisons poor in […]

Read More