wamutOct 19, 20161 Comment
The Wave Hill Walk Off is commemorated widely but what happened to Gurindji people on their own country before the Walk Off is less well known. A new publication, told bilingually in Gurindji and English, shares what Gurindji people want the world to know about what happened. Greg Dickson reviews Yijarni: True Stories from Gurindji Country.
Fully (sic)Aug 15, 2016
While our athletes are in Rio, Australian high-school students have come back from Mysore (India) with gold and silver medals from the International Linguistics Olympiad! Hedvig Skirgård and Dominique Estival report.
Lauren GawneFeb 3, 20131 Comment
Lauren Gawne writes: Given that the average PhD thesis would take a full day to read aloud, it's no mean feat for a research student to distill the importance of their work
Lauren GawneAug 29, 201217 Comments
Lauren Gawne writes: As part of the ongoing campaign Yarra Trams to remind Melbournians that trams are heavy things these posters have been popping up all over
Aidan WilsonJun 23, 20115 Comments
Last week on a plane between Sydney and Melbourne, I met a bloke who was heading home from
Piers KellyApr 21, 201111 Comments
An extraordinary story appeared yesterday morning concerning a minor dispute between the NSW Roads and Traffic Au
Fully (sic)May 3, 20101 Comment
The announcement of our Ruddbot translation competit
CrikeyApr 19, 201030 Comments
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