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.
Not all waterways are patrolled under the watchful eyes of trained lifeguards. Credit: Jessica Neal
The latest statistics from the nation's lifesaving body reveal drowning deaths are on the rise in Australia.
Trial discontinued at Lennox Head beach. Credit: Nada van Kempen
The Lennox Head shark barrier trial has been discontinued, leaving the community with concerns.
Karina Kaloran, Suzanna Bakokoto, Matilda Cakau, Sina Albert,  Alcina Charlie intended to not only raise funds with the 'Khivan' appeal song but to make a statement of solidarity "to promote the resilience of the people”.

Just a month after Tropical Cyclone Pam devastated Vanuatu in March, the wheels of a youth-led creative recovery were kicking into gear, and playing a significant role in imagining and articul

Joana's father Edward was working on the island of Tanna when the cyclone hit. It took several days before he was able to make his way home to Port Vila and his wife and three children. Photo: UNICEF Pacific/Further Arts, A car is left stranded in the branches of an uprooted tree after Tropical Cyclone Pam devastated Vanuatu in March, 2015. Photo: Nicky K

On March 13 - a Black Friday - in the middle of the night, the central islands of Vanuatu were menaced by a wicked nightmare in the form of Category 5 Tropical Cyclone Pam.

Brigette Lucas' film, Shaving Alopecia was first selected in 2014 by dLux Media for Artereal Gallery's Is This Art? event

Brigette Lucas took what was an emotionally challenging personal experience and turned it into a healing art practice.

The Loft Restaurant in Nesbitt Lane, in Lismore’s picturesque CBD block, is housed in a former deco-era department store. Credit: Nelly le Comte Photography , Candles, bentwood chairs, corrugated iron, wood and fresh flowers make the split-level loft a comely, contemplative dining space. Credit: Nelly le Comte Photography, The seared, toy-tip-truck-like oblong of barramundi sat on a bed of spring asparagus. Credit: The Loft

Trust Lismore to be staying ahead in the avant-garde pack. Last year, 2014, laneways perpetuated the Sydney–Melbourne sibling rivalry for urban chic.

(L-R) Gustavsson, Hooper and Finch were shocked to win the national comp. Photo: Facebook.

Southern Cross University band, Parkside Orchestra came home with the win after performing at the National Campus Band Competitio

Shrine at Wat Pha Lat. Credit: Thomas Dutton

Chiang Mai is so laid-back that sometimes it feels more like a big village yet it is the largest city in the north of Thailand and the capital of the province that bears the same name. 

Hiatus Kaiyote are the first Australian band to be nominated for a Grammy award for the best R&B performance. Photo: supplied., From left to right: Paul Bender, Nai Palm, Steve Mavin, Perrin Moss and Leigh Carriage talk songwriting at the SCU/APRA workshop. Credit: Sharlene King/SCU)

Grammy nominated neo-soul band Hiatus Kaiyote had over 130 aspiring musicians in awe at the APRA Songwriters workshop at Southern Cross University on Thursday.

Hundreds gather at Railway Park in Byron Bay. Photo: Aki Shindo

Over 500 people, including local politicians and indigenous leaders, gathered at Byron Bay’s Railway Park on 21 September to express concerns over the contentious rezoning proposal on West Byron.

The Battlestars are excited about the growing popularity of roller derby. Photo: Natsky Photographics

Recently, Australia has seen a significant rise in popularity of the female-dominated sport, roller derby.


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.


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.


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?