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HECS debt changes could cost votes with students

HECS debt changes could cost votes with students

Drewe McAllister, Staff Reporter

Name: Jacinta Payne Age: 24 Occupation: Full-time university student and part-time employee at Big W How do you think you will fare after budget is announced:  To...  Read More »

May 13

Housing affordability ignored in Budget

Housing affordability ignored in Budget

Ryan Langley and Tillara Casey

The announcement of the 2016-2017 Federal Budget heralded gains and losses for many different groups of people, but those struggling to buy a home have been largely ignored...  Read More »

May 9

TAFE and Private Institution reform delayed

TAFE and Private Institution reform delayed

Zeta Morgan and Ashley Cooney

The fate of those studying at TAFE and private institutions is still in limbo as the Federal Government will hold off from any reforms to higher education for at least another...  Read More »

May 9

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Thunder struck Royals jumped by Peel

Josie Scott

Peel Thunder’s midfield out-muscled East Perth to produce a resounding 36 point win and strengthen their finals hopes in Saturday’s WAFL match at Medibank Stadium. The...  Read More »

August 14, 2016

Successful start for ECU sporting teams

ECU is off to a strong start to their campaign with the mixed netball team undefeated after day one of the Western ...  Read More »

Bunbury welcomes Western University Games

The City of Bunbury will open its doors to 700 student-athletes across Western Australian this week,...  Read More »

League of Legends attracts armchair sports stars

Popular online video game “League of Legends” has been listed as one of the fifteen sports that will...  Read More »

Australia’s first Indigenous Olympic track cyclist on the cards

A new program at Midvale Speed Dome is encouraging Indigenous youth to try out for the sport of cycling. The...  Read More »

Contact lens camera changes world in a blink of an eye

Your privacy is about to be changed in the blink of an eye. Tech giant Sony is seeking real estate in...  Read More »

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Royals ruined by Thunder

Despite their strong start, the East Perth Royals crumbled in Saturday’s WAFL match against Peel Thunder, with a 36-point margin placing Peel fourth on the ladder. Whether...  Read More »

August 14, 2016

Thunder struck Royals jumped by Peel

August 14, 2016

Peel Thunder’s midfield out-muscled East Perth to produce a resounding 36 point win and strengthen their finals hopes in Saturday’s WAFL match at Medibank Stadium. The 13.11 (89) to 7.11 (53) victory...  Read More »

Successful start for ECU sporting teams

July 5, 2016

ECU is off to a strong start to their campaign with the mixed netball team undefeated after day one of the Western University Games. The team won against UWA, Notre Dame and Curtin to secure their...  Read More »

Tennis team set for finals

July 5, 2016

What do you get when you combine engineering, sports science and marine biology students? ECU's tennis team of course. Meet first year students Matt Lucas, Kieran Strom, Stephen Harms and Mi...  Read More »

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Review: Green Room a neo-Nazi band bloodbath (really)

Chris Spencer, Entertainment Editor

We have a new director to watch: Jeremy Saulnier. It isn’t every day that an indie writer-director from Portland can score two Star Trek alums to star in his third fi...  Read More »

May 23, 2016

Review: Eddie the eager cliche inspirational Eagle

Ryan Langley, Staff reporter

Eddie the Eagle directed by Dexter Fletcher is a family film, retelling the true story of Michael “Eddie” Edwards, a British underdog turned Olympian,  played by Kingsman: The...  Read More »

May 23, 2016

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Featuring the best student journalism and broadcasting @ ECU.
Featuring the best student journalism and broadcasting @ ECU.