Melbourne travel across the Nullarbor to face West Coast at the cauldron that is Optus Stadium. Sports Editor TAS MAVRIDIS previews the match
Old rivals Richmond and Collingwood will battle it out for a place in the Grand Final in front of a sell-out crowd at the MCG tonight. Sports editor Tasd Mavridis previews the match.
ANDREA THIIS-EVENSEN talks to researcher Betty Barkha, who grew up in Fiji, with cyclones raging outside her window, and watching whole villages disappear under water.
Australian scientists are battling to preserve the macadamia nut and other native plants from global warming and deforestation. VICTORIA KARALIS reports
Lulu Venom and Suckabelle’s high-femme show Lashes makes sure no audience member is a bystander. MONISHA ISWARAN went to the show.
Fremantle midfielder Andy Brayshaw is a guest of the TalkSport crew, who also talk Preliminary Finals
Clinger Cass finally gets the one-on-on time she so desperately needs, and discovers she has a “glow”. MONISHA ISWARAN gets the lowdown from a “life transformational coach”, and we get a promise of Badgy in ballet tights.
A popular online strawberry dessert shop faces having to shut down as the strawberry contamination scare continues across Australia. CHERMAINE WONG reports
Monash Council has joined the national drive to support refugees. TALLIS MILES reports
Hayley-Millar Baker’s layered design will have pride of place when the Art Trams roll out next month. NATHAN JOHN reports.
Although enjoyable, The Miseducation of Cameron Post fails to convince its audience to riot outside their MP’s office until conversion camps are illegal, writes Tess Johnston
Monash’s Gender, Peace and Security centre wins funding for a key research project on how women can prevent violent extremism. SHILADITYA BISWAS reports
Why are our left and right limbs so equal in length? Researchers at Monash University spoke to JILLIAN KERZNER about the effort to find out the answer, and the surprising consequences.
A Masters student suing Monash University over a failed assessment task says he is willing to submit a new assignment. CHESTER NGAN reports on his request to the Victorian Supreme Court.
Scienceworks Beyond Perception offers teen museum-goers an immersive experience designed by students for students. DAVID BONADDIO reports.
Job fears, money woes and uninformed choices are driving one in five university students to drop out. JESSICA KOUROUNIOTIS reports.
Changes to rental laws give some power back to recanters, and mean a fairer deal for students. ANGELICA SNOWDEN reports.
An evening of chanting, dance and poetry at the Melbourne fringe Festival tonight is raising funds for children with type 1 diabetes, writes HANNAH SCHAUDER.