Actress Rebel Wilson’s world was turned upside down when several magazines published stories accusing her of lying about her age, name, and making up stories to get ahead in Hollywood, she has told a court.
A VICE documentary maker revealed the joys and pressures of his trade in a lecture for Monash University Journalism students this week. AMBER SCHULTZ reports
With veganism becoming much more popular and possible in recent years, this week You’re Invited to the Melbourne Vegan Festival. RENEE ARNDT shows us the latest in everything vegan.
Former world No.1 tennis player Maria Sharapova won’t be lighting up the clay courts in Paris, after she was this week denied a wildcard entry.
A beach clean-up and a petition with 130,000+ signatures are helping to push the campaign to get rid of single-use plastic bags in Victoria. HAYDEN WAUGH reports.
TalkSport hosts TAS MAVRIDIS and BEN CARDWELL take a look at the world of sport this week, including the French Open, the AFL and the EPL.
In response to the Federal Government’s proposed increases to university fees, Australia witnessed a nation-wide protest yesterday. Outraged students gathered in Melbourne at the State Library and marched shouting slogans of disapproval. JOY JOSHI has more.
One of Australia’s youngest CEOs reveals the secret of her success to KARINA SCHULZ WHARWOOD
Education experts have praised an initiative that gives financially disadvantaged students a cheaper way to access digital technologies. But not everyone agrees new technology is automatically good for learning. YIQIONG SHANG reports
Why not St Kilda? In a topsy-turvy season, the Saints are flying under the radar, with their eyes set firmly on top of the ladder. LAURENCE ROSEN reports.
Do Talk to Strangers is a podcast about the lives of all the people you pass on the street. In episode 1, Andrea and Jonas talk about missing families, brain injuries and building houses.
The story of “Michael” is the story of a troubled boy’s journey through the youth justice system. Some of the state’s leading experts in the area look at what’s really going on. KIRSTI WEISZ reports from Law Week
Are Law faculty students the best dressed at Clayton? And engineering/science the worst? Clayton students had their say when Vanessa Krishnan went to the campus.
Good Beer Week is on and there couldn’t be a better time to test Melbourne’s love for the beverage. In Reservoir, A brewery warehouse was turned into a circus, giving the spectators a show worth their money. JOY JOSHI reports.
Goldie Hawn ended a 15-year acting hiatus to join comedian/actress Amy Schumer in Snatched. It’s a pity the result wasn’t a better film, writes KARINA SCHULZ WHARWOOD
Eurovision, the song contest where lyrics and gestures of a political nature are banned, has found politics creeping in yet again. As the annual competition reaches its climax this weekend, GERARD ESCAICH FOLCH reports.
Lack of support is still forcing victims of family violence back into their abusive homes. ALEXANDRA BALKOS reports.
There a special place in soccer heaven for away fans. Thousands of Melbourne Victory followers had their work cut out for them at the A-League grand final on Sunday. LAURENCE ROSEN reports.