Monthly Archives: July 2012

Philanthropic Footy at Etihad Stadium: the ‘Call to Arms’ Tradition continues.

There was a 44,899 crowd of supporters for the Essendon v. Hawthorn match last Friday the 27th. The Cancer Council was once again sponsoring the ‘Clash for Cancer’ fundraising game, Essendon showed their support with a yellow armband on their … Continue reading

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The Carbon Tax- What about the Little Guys?

Will this Pigovian Tax affect little businesses as well as the giants too? David Doughney, small business owner for over 20 years, thinks so. “The carbon tax is a misguided scheme. The reduction in carbon will have little effect compared … Continue reading

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Calling all Media Graduates: Sage Advice from a Successful Professional.

Finding a graduate position after university is daunting, and more challenging than trying to quit reddit cold turkey during SWOTVAC. The number of websites dedicated to finding that elusive position attest to this. Isaac Dowell scored a position at Channel … Continue reading

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How you get a Job in the Media Straight out of University: A (slightly anxious) Third Year Students Guide.

Written by Alexandra McDonald In my experience, two things get graduating university students worked up like a vaguely uninformed commenter on sub Reddit r/politics. One; not being able to drink your weight in coffee or red bull before attending a … Continue reading

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National News Health Report- Organ Donation

National News Health Report Australia is a well documented world leader in human organ transplantation successes, but the somewhat inexplicably low organ donation rate has capped the number of surgeries taking place, as demand outstrips supply. However, with the recent … Continue reading

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Will the Carbon Tax Crush Small Businesses?

The colloquially known ‘Carbon Tax’ has been a hot debate topic of late, with mixed opinions and reviews running rife, but how will this Pigovian Tax really affect small businesses, arguably the backbone of Australian trade? David Doughney, small business … Continue reading

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