Buskers face new guidelines in the CBD, with the council set to vote on the issue next week. AMELIA LIM talks to street performers about what the changes could mean for them.
A change in Australia’s attitude to drinking is needed to reduce the high number of alcohol-related incidents, experts say. HAMISH GLASPOLE reports.
Do you have a favourite tree in Melbourne? BILAL AHMED SYED found a likely candidate for a chat in the city.
The A-League has hit commercial free-to-air TV for the first time, and that means we’re about to find out how popular the sport really is in Australia, writes LAURENCE ROSEN
Matilda Boseley has capped off a big year by winning the Gold Mojo for her outstanding contribution to Mojo News in 2017. The awards, which recognised students’ achievements across a range of categories across text, video and audio, were announced on Friday night.
World-first medical imaging technology is being used by scientists to “see” individual cells at work in live people and animals, with space-age robotics playing a crucial role. Mojo’s science editor DAVID McALPINE took a closer look.
The Monash University Student Union is targeting alcohol misuse at student events through an education campaign and support services. CHARLEE HAWKES reports
How difficult is it to create a start-up company in Shanghai? Fan Zhang, CEO of Chinese co-working social media platform Mozzos, offers advice to media students eager to enter this space. JOCELYN WANG reports.
From struggling aspiring journalist to executive producer and show host for ABC RN, Beverley Wang’s career has remarkable depth. Tonight she is speaking at the Creative Directions media festival at Monash University, on diversity in the creative and media industries. AMELIA LIM reports
Tas, Ben and Laurence are joined by the Herald Sun’s Matt Windley as they look forward to the start of the A-League season this weekend.