BODIL TUMMERS talks to Alexa, a former competitive cheerleader who had to find a new identity after fracturing her back.
Monash student Daniel Simson was diagnosed with stage three testicular cancer almost two months ago. As he deals with chemotherapy, his girlfriend Matilda is trying to end the stigma that surrounds the disease.ANDREA THIIS-EVENSEN reports.
VICTOR PERRAMON talks to Emma about the impact of her parents’ divorce.
A new program that aims to reduce the huge number of single-use coffee cups in use is helping to turn the tide. SIJIA HUANG reports
BENJAMIN MARKS meets Chris, who decided to take on the challenging task of moving away from addiction and crime after his last stint in jail.
Adheesha De Silva meets Emma, whose family fled the Taliban when she was a child, and then survived a terrifying boat journey to Australia.
SELBY STEWART meets Lenny, who survived hard times to find his home in an anarchist anti-logging camp.
As Lupus Awareness Month ends, student Jacalyn Johnstone tells DAVID BONADDIO her heartbreaking story about lupus, surviving uni, as well as her late mother’s tragic experience with the disease.
BRITTANY COLES talks to Jacob about the moment he decided to come out to his family and friends
When it comes to young refugees and migrants, it’s important to look beyond the stereotypes. ANDREA THIIS-EVENSEN talks to Lesley Pruitt and Helen Berent about a big problem facing young people already fleeing from conflict.