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COMMENT: Stop the stigma on homelessness

COMMENT: Stop the stigma on homelessness

Andjela Ergic, ECU Reporter

October 23, 2017


Filed under News

Imagine coming home from a day of work and having the sidewalk of some run down street be your couch. Imagine the cold, winter night and the fear of what lies in the dark consuming your thoughts, while you lie on a thin blanket praying that you will make it through the night. This is the reality that...

Walk to cure Mitochondrial disease

Walk to cure Mitochondrial disease

Andjela Ergic, ECU Reporter

August 28, 2017


Filed under Sport and Lifestyle

The 35km Bloody Long Walk on 17 September is aimed at raising awareness and funds for mitochondrial disease (mito), participants will walk from Sir James Mitchel Park in South Perth and finish at Cottesloe Beach. Jane Hudson, Project Manager of The Bloody Long Walk, said the event is challenging for...

First time film makers’ horror plans

First time film makers’ horror  plans

Greg Corrigan, ECU Reporter

August 27, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

A group of young adults is raising money to fund the production of what is, for some, their first feature film. The group hopes to raise around $15,000 by the end of October. The film, The Light, is directed by Zack Inglis, an ECU graduate who studied film and video and is the creative mind behind the i...

Concerns remain for Australians in Nepal

Concerns remain for Australians in Nepal

Evie Morgan, Staff reporter

May 4, 2015


Filed under News

There are concerns for Australians still unaccounted for in Nepal after an earthquake devastated the country over a week ago. The 7.8 magnitude quake which hit Nepal on Saturday 25 April has left more than 7,000 people dead and over 14,000 injured, according to the World Health Organisation's latest figures. A spokesperson for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade said the...

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