By Giorgina McKay Stronger accessible parking penalties will soon be implemented by the South Australian Government. The proposal was introduced by the Dignity for Disability party of South Australia. “This is very much a safety thing and we need to send that message,” Kelly Vincent, Dignity for Disability MLC, said. “That’s why I think a demerit point on top of the fine is a good … Continue reading South Australian drivers to face new penalties under the State Government
By Christopher Dastoor Gay women still face mental obstacles when it comes to playing sport, as the battle for social acceptance and equality continues. Retired hockey player De-Anne Gilbert’s career started at age 16 when she made the Adelaide Suns in 2002, followed by the Hockeyroos development squad in 2005. Gilbert received a scholarship with the Australian Institute of Sport, moved to Perth and was … Continue reading The Toughest Competition Is Still Internal For Gay Women
By Lucy Rutherford “Wait, what guy is that again?” my best friend asked me with a confused look on her face as I opened Tinder to show her a photo of my latest love interest, who two weeks later I would not even be able to remember the name of. Despite what you might be thinking, I am not some elite charmer of the male … Continue reading Why romance truly is dead?