The Monash University Student Union is targeting alcohol misuse at student events through an education campaign and support services. CHARLEE HAWKES reports
Gangs of kids on bicycles with BIG loudspeakers playing music – In New Zealand it’s a thing, and a pretty controversial one. Now one man, using recycled loudspeakers, is bringing music to his local suburban streets in Melbourne – and quickly finding a following. CHRISTIAN BARRO met Allan Upoko to find out more.
Chotto is a pop up Japanese restaurant on Smith Street, Fitzroy, by Brendan and Caryn Liew. Mojo reporter Laurie Fletcher investigates whether it meets its hype or not.
Tattoos are becoming big business, but that doesn’t mean their artful heart has been abandoned. CAROL SAFFER talks to three women who are part of a surge in females wanting to ink their bodies. And then – in a photo essay by SIMIAO LIU – see tattooist Lee in his studio, creating a piece of art on human skin.
Dog owners are spoiling their pets more than ever, from buying luxury clothes to coveted cakes. Reporter Lucy Holmes takes a look at this trend.
The Hype Hunter braves the queue at Tim Ho Wan – known as the world’s cheapest Michelin-starred restaurant – to investigate the newest addition to Melbourne’s yum cha scene.
Grey marl starred in the minimalist trend this week. Streetegists jumped on the bandwagon of a mainstream style storm.
Looking stylish doesn’t have to cost a fortune. With the racing season upon us, CORINNA LAGERBERG and STEPHANIE CHEN went hunting for some classy race-day looks even students can afford.
Persecuted believers of the spiritual practice of Falun Dafa (Falun Gong), which has long been banned in China, have found a peaceful refuge in Australia, but remain concerned about the treatment of friends and family in their home country.
Some cafes are using fair trade logos to lift sales, but are ripping off poor farmers by pocketing the extra profit, rather than paying them the cut they deserve, according to consumer advocacy group Choice.