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So what do you do? I am the senior presenter of 101 East. Basically I host the 101 East programs and introduce our story of the week, and I also go ahead and do my own documentaries and investigations. How do you tend to find a story, or do they usually come to you? It is a total mix of all that. Sometimes, you meet someone on the way while we’re doing a story and they suggest a

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Words: Nick Gencarelli On Dit recently had a chat with The Murlocs lead singer Ambrose Kenny-Smith about their latest album Young Blindness and their upcoming tour.   Ambrose says, ‘This latest release is a stronger album with more elements than Loopholes,’ the band’s last album. The process for the new album was different to their earlier work, with Ambrose writing m

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On Dit: Minister, I’ve had a look back through the On Dit archives and you feature several times. Are there any particularly fond or not so fond memories that you have of your time at university? Christopher Pyne: I did love being at university. I loved student politics and I can’t remember ever having a bad time at uni. I remember writing these pitiful handwritten letters to all the

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On Dit: Can you give us a brief summary of the higher education changes that the Abbott Government has proposed? Amanda Rishworth: What they’re proposing is a set of unfair changes that could lead to universities being able to charge what they would like in terms of fees, and to students paying a lot more in terms of the cost of their education. That is effectively what the proposed change

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Interview: Muro Words: Nicholas Henrys Takayoshi Murota (Muro) is a true hip hop stalwart, having been active in the Japanese scene since its inception in the late 1980’s. Early in his career, he formed the KRUSH POSSE with fellow Japanese icon, DJ Krush. Together, they began rapping and producing beats sampled from old funk and soul records that he found in second hand stores aroun

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Interview: Half Moon Run Words: Nicola Dowland When chasing a dream, one must not limit them self by following conventions. Or so I learned when interviewing Canadian indie-rock band, Half Moon Run. Since their conception, in which they formed through an online ad, the band have since enjoyed a whirlwind success. While members, Conner Molander, Dylan Phillips and Issac Symonds knew each o

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