A quiet icon of Australian gaming, Jon Chey looks back on his formative years in China, his careers at iconic studios Looking Glass and Irrational Games, the perils of navigating large-scale AAA game development, and his indie revival at the helm of Blue Manchu. Profile by gaming editor Tim Bottams.
It’s been demanded for years, but in the midst of a sexual assault epidemic, nothing seems to change. Elise Unmack reports.
Being open-minded and getting it right are two things environment reporter Peter Hannam believes in. He talks to Environment editor Angus Delaney.
What began with gentle conversations at home has grown into an evolving online business, which Alex Danes hopes will spread a message of individualism and self-acceptance. By Kate Williams
With the debut of one of America’s strangest bands turning 30, Mr. Bungle members and associates look back on the album that unleashed their manic experimentalism onto the world. Tim Bottams reports.
“There is a very important role for media in creating… accountability for leaders, but the other thing is to delve into areas that people might not think about.” Zoe Daniel, former ABC foreign correspondent in Africa, Southeast Asia and North America, speaks to Lachlan Abbott.
2021 was the year elite athletes starting talking more openly about their mental health and the pressures they face. It’s time for their professional codes – and the public in general – to be more supportive. Monika Bodu reports.