Sexism is still a large issue in Australia, despite popular belief. Credit: Charlotte Cooper/Flickr
Women share their experiences of everyday sexism, revealing this is still a major issue within Australian culture.
SCU professor Norm Sheehan hopes his research project will promote reconciliation within the university.
The Bentley Effect. Credit: RJ Poole
Director pays tribute to campaigners ahead of doco's Byron festival premiere.
The final layer of pavement being poured. Credit: Nikita Ashford.
Pressure to complete the Pacific Highway upgrade rises as recent statistics show five deaths on the Pacific Highway this August.
Tullara performing at the Arstate Lismore launch. Credit: Supplied.
Lismore to host a new arts festival that showcases regional talent in November.
Tullara performing at the Arstate Lismore launch. Credit: Supplied., Blakboi will perform at Artstate Lismore. Credit: Marc Stapelberg, Soumik Datta will speak at the opening keynote. Credit: Supplied, Artstate Lismore postcards. Credit: Supplied.

Lismore will welcome around 200 arts industry delegates over four days in November and December when it hosts the inaugural Artstate&nb

The university classroom is quiet and the students’ heads are bowed as they doodle on white cardboard pieces.

Sexism is still a large issue in Australia, despite popular belief. Credit: Charlotte Cooper/Flickr

In 2009, Professor Elizabeth Blackburn became the first Australian woman to win a Nobel Prize. In 2010, Julia Gillard became Australia's first female prime minister.

An artists impression of the Lismore Regional Gallery. Credit: Lismore City Council., The current building for the Lismore Regional Gallery. Credit: Jessica Neal., The building that be converted to house the new Lismore Regional Gallery. Credit: Jessica Neal.

Construction work has started on the Lismore Quadrangle for the renovation of the rundown C

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Poetry has a role to play in the planet’s survival. Far from being irrelevant, it can claim an engagement with the biosphere's crises.

What does the opening chapter of Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman tell us about what’s to come? Image: anyjazz65

The provenance of To Kill a Mockingbird (1960) is perhaps less well known than the novel itself, which has come to be eve

The Back Alley Gallery was started in 2011 . Photo: Kaitlin Liemandt, With the support of Lismore City Council, artists have transformed some of Lismore's CBD. Photo: Kaitlin Liemandt, Artwork on the buildings of the Back Alley Gallery. Photo: Kaitlin Liemandt, A doorway in the Back Alley Gallery. Photo: Kaitlin Liemandt, This striking art by Guido has been a mainstay in the Back Alley Gallery. Photo: Kaitlin Liemandt, Art with an anti CSG message featuring Fido the dog. Photo: Kaitlin Liemandt, Art by Kitty, Belle and Lady P in the Back Alley Gallery. Photo: Kaitlin Liemandt, The artists who participated in Saturday's street party tagged themselves on painted name tags. Photo: Kaitlin Liemandt , The idea to brighten up neglected quarters of the CBD is based on Melbourne's lane ways. Photo: Kaitlin Liemandt, Austin's 40 Gallon Cow. Photo: Kaitlin Liemandt, A work-in-progress by artist Julla. Photo: Kaitlin Liemandt, First time contributor to the Back Alley Gallery - Peace by artist John Kaye., The BAG is part of an anti-graffiti and vandalism campaign championed by Mayor Jenny Dowell. Photo: Kaitlin Liemandt, Art by Magee in the Back Alley Gallery. Photo: Kaitlin Liemandt, Art on the back of the Mecca Cafe in the Back Alley Gallery. Photo: Kaitlin Liemandt, New art by first-timer Judy Rhum. Photo: Kaitlin Liemandt, A Mexican-flavoured mural by Austin. Photo: Kaitlin Liemandt, Tribal art by Jinx in the Back Alley Gallery. Photo: Kaitlin Liemandt

The Back Alley Gallery’s third annual street party, held last Saturday, was a tasty liquorice all-sorts of live art, music and street culture.

Arielle Borger has always had a love for hats. Supplied: ESIX

For Arielle Borger social media has become a great platform to share her visions, ideas and products.

Reviews, while fact-based, are a form of creative nonfiction. Image: Geof Wilson/Flickr CC

Reading a book and watching live theatre can be as private and intimate an experience as sex. Truly.

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Why the world of online fashion retailing has caught the attention of young entrepreneur, Arielle Borger.
Eighty-five percent of university students are effected by mental illness according to Australian Medical Students Association.
Plans for an eco-friendly shark barrier at Lighthouse Beach in Ballina have been scrapped, leaving the town of three shark incidents at risk.
Overweight children are on the road to becoming obese adults and the NSW government wants to close off this pathway.
Despite Australian youth lacking in volunteer involvement, authoritative bodies strive to promote benefits.
NSW's decision to ban greyhound racing from July 2017 will have detrimental consequences to the Northern Rivers.

Arts

Mudgee gears up for the 2016 Sculptures in the Garden, come rain or shine.
SCU's Ladyslug will play to Melbourne crowds after campus band comp state final win.
Construction has started for the relocation of Lismore Regional Gallery into C-Block, in what will be a new arts precinct in the town's CBD.

Opinion

The art of reviewing offers many pleasures for the adventurous genre-crossing writer, says SCU lecturer and author Dr Moya Costello.
Humans respond to cute. But why can cuteness elicit a strange mix of care-giving and aggression?