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By Oliver Spring Kilburn’s Hazara Afghani population has increased dramatically over recent years due to refugee settlement in the surrounding suburbs. Between 2011 and 2016, Kilburn’s Afghanistan-born residents increased by 5.8 percent, with the national population growing from 28,599 to 46,799. Considering Kilburn’s size, this identifies a significant Afghan community which appears to be growing. Media coverage of refugees or ‘boat people’ has become more … Continue reading Little Afghanistan
By Sam Bradbrook As the Australian music scene grows and evolves it is yet to solve its decades-old problem with gender equality. Falls Festival is the latest institution to come under fire, after revealing a line-up that only included 11 women out of 100-plus artists. It is a national trend that stretches down to local, city-based music scenes, and Adelaide is unfortunately no different. Cassie … Continue reading Addressing the gender gap in Adelaide’s music scene