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  • Hot air ahead of COP24
  • Sustainability is the new black
  • eSports is the new bomb
  • Oh deer
  • Hot air ahead of COP24

    Hot air ahead of COP24

    Henry Simms and James Hanlon

    November 16, 2018

    With the Katowice COP24 Climate Change Conference just over two weeks away, the progress of Australia’s commitments to the United Nations Framework Convention for Climate Change (UNFCCC) and The Paris Agreement are under the lens. READ MORE »»

    Australians calling for action at COP15 in Copenhagen in 2009.

    Image by Erland Howden CC:BY,SA

  • Sustainability is the new black

    Sustainability is the new black

    Kelly Marie Smith, Feature writer

    August 25, 2018

    If you told her as a child that she would become the first certified organic visual artist in the world - Zuhal Kuvan-Mills wouldn’t have believed you. Now an accomplished designer, artist and Alpaca owner, Zuhal has her sights set on bringing more awareness to ecodesign, and the beauty of slow...

    Ecofashion designer Zuhal Kuvan-Mills.

    Image supplied.

  • eSports is the new bomb

    eSports is the new bomb

    Ryan Ausden, Reporter

    May 17, 2018

    Over a matter of years, eSports has grown from a minor and ‘geeky’ event to partake in to an international industry that is rapidly evolving. Last weekend a gaming tournament named Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) was held in Sydney at Olympic Park for the game Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. All...

    Crowd at 2018 Sydney IEM

    ESL

  • Oh deer

    Oh deer

    Sasha Parissis, ECU Reporter

    May 17, 2018

    Would you eat a deer burger? Deer ravioli or a deer little sausage roll? These food items could be making their way onto the menus of your local cafes and restaurants, as wild deer have become a problem to the environment in rural Tasmania. According to a recent news article, Tasmania has had an increasingly large number of wild deer causing devastating impacts ...

    Wild deer

    Photo by Hashan/Pixabay

Hot air ahead of COP24
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The Reserve Bank of Australia announced in its monthly statement on October 2 that the cash rate remains...

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Sustainability is the new black
Review: Playboi Carti’s Die Lit

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Die Lit is Atlanta born rapper Playboi Carti’s debut full-length album, released after a rather explosive...

Deadpool 2 puts the comic in comic book

May 24, 2018

[SPOILER ALERT] This review of Deadpool 2 contains spoilers! If you're wondering if it's worth seeing...

Chasing a dream, finding a culture

May 24, 2018

Vicky Cheng is a young Chinese photographer, who came to Perth three years ago, and is now studying a...

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Dolphins under threat
Turtles like local love

May 24, 2018

A recent study published by Flinders University, has revealed how an endangered turtle will not travel...

Long legs are a girl’s best friend

May 24, 2018

New research released by the University of Cambridge, suggests that women prefer men who have long legs. Scientists...

Hypertension: The biggest killer

May 24, 2018

High blood pressure is the biggest killer worldwide, accounting for more than 10 million deaths a year....

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Moths on the water
UniGames to UniSport Nationals

May 24, 2018

UniGames is an age old tradition at most Australian universities, where people go to compete, make friends...

ECU Jets running for a reason

May 20, 2018

The HBF Run for a Reason is returning to Perth for its eighth year and the ECU Jets Amateur Sports Club is...

eSports is the new bomb

May 17, 2018

Over a matter of years, eSports has grown from a minor and ‘geeky’ event to partake in to an international...

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Quality journalism by ECU students
Quality journalism by ECU students