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Have the funding cuts to Indigenous organisations impacted on the ability of those groups to be heard in the mainstream media? And is there less coverage of Aboriginal issues than in the past?
Rear Vision explores why the world of scholarly communication has become so divided over the control, access and cost of knowledge.
The outsourcing of the production of the Medical journal of Australia has divided medical researchers because of the sacking of the editor...
Australian popular music is taking the world by storm. At the recent BIGSOUND music conference, some in the industry suggested local music is in a new golden era. Paul Barclay discusses the state of the billion dollar Australian music industry with a panel of industry...
How free from a religious or sacred dimension is our political system? The West has prided itself for years on having shaped strong, secular and democratic institutions of government, devoid of a sacred element, but Philosopher Simon Critchley argues that political or civil theology is...
The Regional Live Music Census 2013 has valued Victoria's live music industry at more than $270 million. Co-director of the National Live Music Office, John Wardle, says the report is strong evidence the live music industry provides genuine economic benefit to regional areas.
That too much support goes to the high culture equivalent of 'covers bands', the state orchestras, opera and dance companies which re-work existing repertoire instead of creating and performing new work. Marcus Westbury is a former director of the Next Wave Festival and,...