Curious Journalism

Journalism with a passion

Nadyat El Gawley April 25 2015 It was a year spent on an international student exchange that got Susan Price, Summer Hill’s Socialist Alliance candidate, interested in politics. That, a relationship and a film. Tall with red hair, Ms Price says her friendships with Chileans while on exchange in the United States in the early …

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Note: I wrote this story before the Melbourne Cup and the tragic death of two horses there yesterday.  I have since tried to talk to the Australian Racing Board about whether they will now talk to animal advocates given this is the second year in a row where horses have died at the race.  They …

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September 26 2014 Nadyat El Gawley In a week when thousands marched across the globe calling for action ahead of the UN Climate Summit, Australian artists were asking how will we live? As part of the fifth Sydney Fringe Festival, 14 artists and architects have collaborated to explore domestic spaces in an era of environmental …

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September 3 2014 Nadyat El Gawley Leading animal and transport advocacy groups have criticised the sudden decision by Transport for NSW to ban dogs from the light rail in the inner west. The ban has come after months of allowing commuters to take their pets on the trams since the service opened in March. Michael …

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