The uptake of electric vehicles in Australia has been slow, with a lack of government incentives being blamed. But the number of charging stations available is about to increase thanks to Monash University and some local councils. SYBILLA GROSS reports.
Marvel’s The Defenders – the small screen version of the Avengers – has a powerful pedigree. SHIAMAK UNWALLA reviews a Netflix series that has some great elements, and some that are a bit disappointing.
The “vote yes” campaign for the postal vote on same-sex marriage came to Clayton campus this week to enrol students and garner support. SELBY CAMERON STEWART reports.
An Inconvenient Sequel bookends a dramatic, politically deadly, and yet unsolved debate on national climate policy that has raged since An Inconvenient Truth came out in 2006. Mojo’s environment editor, JACKSON PECK, reports
Where should a graduate journalist start out? HANNAH HILL talks to the experts, in the second in a series that grew out of a Monash journalism study tour to leading international newsrooms in Hong Kong.
There’s just 18 games left for the 2017 AFL season, but five stand out. LAURENCE ROSEN looks at the matchups that will largely shape the eight.
What will it take to forge a career in journalism into the future? In the first of a Mojo series that emerged from a journalism study trip to Hong Hong, JAMES MANTON talked to some industry heavyweights to find out.
Tragedy Girls plays like a romantic high school female friendship between two teenagers who happen to be social media savvy sociopaths. RINA TSE finds a perfect blend of horror and comedy.
Trapped is a survival drama that clearly draws inspiration from Tom Hanks’ Castaway, with a bit of James Franco’s 127 Hours thrown in for good measure. SHIAMAK UNWALLA went to Melbourne’s Indian Film Festival
Atomic Blonde is pretty sluggish for a film with so much action, writes DANIEL TAN