Monash Student Theatre’s (MUST) new rock musical, Holloway, takes on some sensitive and important topics. The people behind it talk to Anna McShane-Potts and Renyuan Ouyang.
While the Warriors look to have built one of the greatest teams ever assembled, the rest of the western conference looks wide open. PARTH SONECHA looks at the season ahead.
With LeBron James leaving for the Lakers, there is an opportunity for the east conference to be filled with young and hungry teams ready to make their move. Sports editor TAS MAVRIDIS takes a look at the season ahead.
Oktoberfest is a good excuse to have a drink. But what’s it really all about? JILLIAN KERZNER reports.
Mental health counselling is available anytime at the end of the phone. ISABELLA REHARTA reports that not everyone is sure that’s a good thing.
Lack of education and local government contributed to the high death toll in the Indonesian tsunami, says weather agency
Friendship, food and fitness are among the not-so-secret seven tips to beat the blues. RENYUAN OUYANG story; Isbella Reharta
A possum named Sir John Monash has become the most popular meme at Monash University. JORDYN GRUBISIC reports.
YouTuber ImJayStation is exploiting celebrity deaths, say critics
The Federal Government’s efforts to reduce carbon emissions have been labelled “a lost cause” by an Australian National University researcher. TALLIS MILES reports
By KATE TAN Amid growing political tension between Canberra and Beijing, a Chinese community leader has warned that if Chinese-Australians are not given a chance to participate in Australian politics, significant disenchantment could arise. “If you don’t give the Chinese community a voice in local Australian politics, or a sense of belonging here in Australia, … Continue reading Disenchantment and fear: Chinese-Australians need a stronger political voice →
The iconic moment Neil Armstrong first stepped on the Moon is the focus of this engaging and emotional film. SALONEE MISTRY reports.
Police and help centres are on the alert for domestic violence on Melbourne Cup Day, Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve after an increase in incidents over the grand final weekend. KIRSTY WILSON reports
Street food stalls offering food from across Asia are a feature of the Hawker 88 Night Markers every Wednesday night. ANNIE WANG reports.
A Master’s student who took Monash University to court over a failed assignment has had his case dismissed. CHESTER NGAN reports.
The Predators are back, but you might not care. JAMES WF ROBERTS looks at a film that’s big on gore and explosions, but not much more.
The fire of truth seems to be roaring through YouTube, burning those who abuse it, but there are those who get away.
Fight the waste from fast fashion by switching to sustainable clothing brands, say designers. ISABELLA REHARTA reports.