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.
More than a thousand people gathered at Flagstaff Gardens on Friday to rally against the prohibition of marijuana.
Jacqueline Angliss-Gillies chased her dreams to Thailand, where she placed second in a international beauty contest for transgender women. Story by KERO SUN
Almost 60 per cent of transgender people above the age of 18 have been diagnosed with depression in their lifetime, according to the National LGBTI Health Alliance. Yuchong Liu reports
Melbourne’s busking laws are being reviewed by Melbourne City Council, and some artists could be stopped from performing on the street. Reporter SYBILLA GROSS met the city’s street performers to find out what they think.
Anger continues to build over a proposal by Westfield Southland to slug its employees up to $5 per day for car parking, leading to a noisy protest by workers earlier this week. Mojo reporter Gillian Lantouris reports
A shopping centre in the southeast has shoppers up in arms over the introduction of
After discovering a fascinating initative on the Underground while living in London, Michelle Kalus and Ali Berg have decided to bring the idea home to Melbourne and it’s taken off spectacularly. RILEY GLACKEN reports.