Thousands of people gathered for a silent vigil to remember Euridyce Dixon at Princes Park last night. AMBER SCHULTZ and CHESTER NGAN report.
With a driving rhythm, Beat explores the city over the course of an ordinary day through music and montage, to reveal Melbourne’s animalism.
Shaz is 26 and graduating from her Bachelor’s degree and doing a Master’s in social work at the same time. SURYAN ZAKI talks to a woman who doesn’t let her disability stop her from achieving her dreams.
In April next year, Bobby Bajram will become the oldest person with a disability to attempt to climb Mt Everest. CAROLINE TUNG talked to a man with a passion for adventure.
The first in a series of short films from students in the School of Media, Film and Journalism. Flâneuse is a short documentary exploring how women of various ages and ethnicities navigate the city of Melbourne and observe the space.
David McAlpine reports on a community in Gippsland that’s trying to put a stop to plans to log the forest around the township.
Although the tax cut in the Budget promises cheaper craft beer, will it really happen? SYBILLA GROSS and LAUREN CHOO set to find out the future of the craft beer scene, and how consumers and brewers will be affected by this tweak in the Budget.
Almost 800 people were at the State Library on Saturday for the Nakba march in support of Palestine. LAUREN CHOO was there.
Australia’s electricity sector is facing complex challenges and rapid transformation. In the third of a series of four articles, David McAlpine explores the work of Monash University researchers who are at the cutting edge of shaping the electricity grid of the future.
Imagine a world where artists are paid what they deserve. With cryptocurrencies like Musicoin, record companies can be cut out of the picture altogether. EDWARD WONG talks to local band Manorism about how the blockchain could rock the music world.