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Australia’s Energy Crisis

Tim Nelson and Joel Gilmore, Griffith University. Australia is in the grips of an energy crisis, with electricity generation prices roughly 115% above the previous highest average wholesale price ever recorded. The price for electricity in New South Wales for… Continue Reading →

The Book that Changed Me: Falling for Eve Babitz’s Sex and Rage

Sally Breen, Griffith University. In this series, writers nominate a book that changed their life – or at least their thinking. I first read Eve Babitz at the tail end of the 20th century, holed up in the rumpus room… Continue Reading →

New Forms of Art: r/place – a Massive and Chaotic Collaborative Art Project on Reddit.

Andrew Childs, Griffith University Many would be familiar with Reddit as one of the largest social networking sites, with a large group of forums (“subreddits”) catering to almost any interest. Since the beginning of April, Reddit has played host to… Continue Reading →

The Polls look grim for Australia’s Ruling Coalition. Will the Sunshine State of Queensland Buck the Trend Again?

Anne Tiernan, Griffith University. Awaiting the official start of the 2022 campaign, published polls show Labor is comfortably ahead of the government. Pundits agree this year’s election is Albanese’s to lose, but predictions range along a spectrum from a Labor… Continue Reading →

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