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Words by: Adi Rai The message that Obama was elected for was “Hope” and “Change”. It seems that when 8 years of Obama did not yield much of either to many, and this glaring failure was largely ignored by the media and political intuitions, these same disaffected people were willing to flock to a candidate that essentially took that core message and turned it on its head.

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Words by: Taylor Malthouse-Bevan The American people have defied the establishment and the media by electing Republican Donald Trump as their President. The defeat of the political establishment’s chosen candidate, Democrat Hillary Clinton, has shaken the elites in Washington DC. However, it is a huge win for the American people. They have declared loudly and clearly that their re

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Words by: Iran Sanadzadeh In 2005, Ahmadinejad was democratically elected to become the president of Iran. From that day on, we saw the already-existing gap grow between Iranians in big cities, with private education and healthcare access, and those from less successful provinces who saw no way out of their suffering of decades.   At the same, it became more frequent and more normalize

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Words by: Kendra Pratt   Buckle up kids, I am building up to a good old fashioned rant, because something is really grinding my gears this week. What is it Kendra? Is it men who claim to be friend zoned? Is it women who aren’t feminists because they’re not being oppressed, so the patriarchy doesn’t exist? Nope! It's people who have no notion of basic human dec

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So what do you do? I am the senior presenter of 101 East. Basically I host the 101 East programs and introduce our story of the week, and I also go ahead and do my own documentaries and investigations. How do you tend to find a story, or do they usually come to you? It is a total mix of all that. Sometimes, you meet someone on the way while we’re doing a story and they suggest a

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Words by Kyriaco Nikias Just over one hundred years ago, a Parisian audience descended into a riot between cultural factions at the premiere of Vaslav Nijinsky’s ballet The Rite of Spring at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées. Last Friday in Adelaide at the opening night of The Australian Ballet’s performance of John Neumeier’s Nijinsky, the reaction could no

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