Hit or Miss? Guess TikTok in Canberra doesn't miss, huh?

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Hit or Miss? Guess TikTok in Canberra doesn't miss, huh?

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I'm a paragraph. Click here to add your own text and edit me. It’s easy. Just click “Edit Text” or double click me to add your own content and make changes to the font. I’m a great place for you to tell a story and let your users know a little more about you.

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“There are some things that stick in your mind that never ever leave you…”

 

It’s often a forgotten perspective. Since the onset of #MeToo in Australia, women have lead the conversation, voicing their stories, and writing them. Three journalists reflect on what it’s like to report on these stories, how they look after themselves, and on the change they have seen.

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Valued at over $80 billion and home to over 2.5 million Australian users, TikTok has exploded in popularity. The social media platform has created a noticeable shift in Canberra’s culture, especially among young people, including ideological debate, fashion, and language.

We chat’s to local TikTok creator Gabriel Fallen to find out how this impact has occurred, and what this means for Canberra’s community.

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Valued at over $80 billion and home to over 2.5 million Australian users, TikTok has exploded in popularity. The social media platform has created a noticeable shift in Canberra’s culture, especially among young people, including ideological debate, fashion, and language.

We chat’s to local TikTok creator Gabriel Fallen to find out how this impact has occurred, and what this means for Canberra’s community.

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In an era of YouTube and accessible high fashion, make-up has grown into an industry of artistry. The work of these artists is often done behind the scenes, their canvases - the people they work their magic on, are often the focal point of their work.

But the behind the scenes is just as gorgeous as the finished look, and today, we explore Sarina Dao’s story, a young make-up artist making her mark in Canberra.

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Written Piece

The UN Secretary-General, António Guterres, has said that “our world is suffering from a bad case of ‘Trust Deficit Disorder’ … people are losing faith in political establishments, polarisation is on the rise and populism is on the march”

The recent raids by the AFP into the ABC’s Sydney office and the home of NewsCorp journalist Annika Smethurst is evidence of this, and shows a troubling trend towards the suppression of news.

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In the wake of the most recent federal election, over half of young people today are disillusioned with politics, according to Delloite Australia. Both young people and Dr Andrew Leigh MP weigh in on the issue.

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In an unprecedented move, local school St John Paul II College turns to social media to successfully find three school vandals.

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