Dan’s Downfall: The Rise of Peta Credlin

For the last 100 days, Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has emerged each and every day to front the press. Since the beginning of Victoria’s second wave of COVID-19, he has provided daily updates, including case numbers and deaths, fielding questions from journalists immediately after. Many a day he has stood at the lectern for anywhere up to an hour or more, dodging questions like they … Continue reading Dan’s Downfall: The Rise of Peta Credlin

Trumping COVID19: How The President Will Return Better Than Ever

As if this year could not get any crazier, the President of the United States, Donald Trump, has tested positive for COVID19. When he announced via Twitter on Friday that both he and the First Lady had received a positive result and were going into quarantine for two weeks, there were two vastly different kinds of reactions. From those on the Right, there was nothing … Continue reading Trumping COVID19: How The President Will Return Better Than Ever

The Plight of Journalism

In a world where the truth is becoming increasingly more difficult to determine, those whose job it is to retrieve truth and report it to the people are ever more important. The media act not only as messengers, but also investigators. Journalists are the ones who hold people of power, especially politicians, to account. They have a duty to the people to report accurately and … Continue reading The Plight of Journalism

An Open Letter to The Prime Minister

Prime Minister, Australia was once a great nation. It was once a free country, full of joy and prosperity. We were the lucky country. Now, we are anything but. Since COVID19 entered this country, it has fallen so far from what it was. The swift and overbearing response was, to a degree, acceptable towards the start. However, once we learnt more about the virus and … Continue reading An Open Letter to The Prime Minister