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An unusual classroom

A group of entrepreneurial sex workers in Sydney are running workshops about disabilities for their peers, and their clients. And demand for the workshop is hot. 78 more words

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The women of the gallows

Between 1842 and 1929, 133 people were executed at the Old Melbourne Gaol, which once encompassed much of what is now RMIT University’s city campus. Of those sent to the gallows, only four were women. 1,667 more words

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The other road toll

Carnage on our roads is never a welcome sight but for some, it’s part of the job. Allison Worrall writes about the effects of trauma on tow truck drivers. 2,147 more words

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Melbourne language study reveals a cacophony of diversity

This article was first published in The Saturday Age on July 11, 2014.

The full articles and interactive map can be accessed here and here.

Allison Worrall

No known treatment for ice addiction, inquiry told

This story was first published in The Age on July 7, 2014.

The full article can be accessed on the website here. 

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Plans to tackle park's soil contamination 'too drastic'

This article was first published in The Age on June 29, 2014.

The full article can be accessed on the website here.

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Multimillion dollar revamp planned for Preston Market

This article was first published by The Age  on July 1, 2014.

The full article can be accessed on the website here. 

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Allison Worrall