Former circus lackey Shea Evans discovers strange things at the discotheque show Velvet and reflects on what its like to behind the curtain of a circus and back again.
Trigger warning: sexual assault. Sexual health and awareness is nothing to joke around about, especially for Novocastrians. Sophie Austin talks about Stealthing and why it’s an issue we should all know about.
The changing conversation around drugs falls on deaf Parliamentary ears with the 2017 budget, writes Nikola Jokanovic.
Looking at Judaism in Newcastle, Shea Evans attends a synagogue and interviews the service leader to get a better understanding of the faith and its place in Newcastle.
Keeping up with popular culture can be a struggle, especially when you didn’t have the “typical” childhood. Madeleine McDonald confesses her ignorance and asks whether being out of touch with mainstream trends is such a terrible thing.
What’s with it with all these relationship reality television shows? Sophie Austin asks why watching lovers onscreen is such a hit.
Sophie Austin talks to local lactation consultant, Kathleen Cusack, about why babies being fed in public is such a big deal.
Going overseas isn’t always the lifechanging experience that your friends’ social media might show it is and that’s okay, writes Angelique Carr.
House sharing has countless benefits; it’s more affordable, helps you to get to know people if you’re new to a city and you could end up making friends for life. Whether you’re a student or […]
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