Sonder utilises trusted and credible sources to be able to share precise, consolidated information about the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) with our partners, members and international students enrolled in universities and colleges across Australia and NZ who may be otherwise be unsure who to turn to for help. Our sources include the World Health Organization (WHO), the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention and other government agencies to ensure the information we provide to you is accurate.
The internet can be a great place to pick up a bargain, or earn a bit of spare cash selling something you no longer need. Sites like eBay, Gumtree and Facebook Marketplace are hugely popular trading platforms, making buying and selling between strangers easier than ever before.
“Motivation comes from the desire to help others. The country needs it.”
The 2-man tanker careens down a country road, the firefighters on board completing vital reconnaissance to monitor conditions, assess fire damage, and begin the mammoth task of deciding where to focus their efforts. They are heading from town to town in NSW on Saturday 21 December, a day predicted to have catastrophic fire danger conditions, when something makes them stop.
Mental health issues are far more common than many people realise. In fact, right now, one in five Australians are suffering from a mental illness. Research has found that international students are particularly at risk of developing mental disorders such as depression and anxiety.
Whether you celebrate Christmas, another holiday or just generally know the lead-up to the new year as the ‘silly season’, you’ll know it as the time where, for many of us, our calendars are jam-packed with end-of-year parties and social engagements.