A popular weedkiller linked to cancer is still being sold in Australia despite a $289 million lawsuit being awarded against agribusiness giant Monsanto in the US in August. SOFIA VAMVAKIDOU reports.
Yotam Ottolenghi’s newly released cookbook is “simple” without sacrifice. LAUREN ROSENBERG reports.
There is hope for vegans who find it a challenge to cope with the constant reminders of cruelty towards animals in this world. BETHANY McKAY reports
Melbourne’s lost its “most liveable” crown to Vienna, but experts say it is only a big issue because of the media fuss. SHILADITYA BISWAS reports
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.
Early success has given high hopes for the future to Melbourne fashion designer Meg Parry, writes COURTNEY BEAUMONT
Horoscopes these days, it’s an all about gardening and middle ages women finding their inner bliss. Haven’t the editors of Comso heard that the millennials love nothing more than a cheeky spot of astrology? But never fear, Mojo is here for you, fulfilling your thirst for cosmic advice with the issues that matter to you most. So what do the stars have in store for you this month?
Melbourne Fashion Week is an excuse for all fashion lovers to get creative. Mojo spoke to some of the attendees at Runway 4 about their outfits.
The people are friendly but the traffic and public transport could be a lot better, according to Monash students asked about Melbourne taking its seventh straight title as most liveable city in the world. DAMIEN NGUYEN reports.
The Middle Ground aims to link look beyond the stigma and the arguments and try to find the people behind the issue. BEN CARDWELL, GILLIAN LANTOURIS and KIM JIN look at veganism and what it is that drives everyday people to adopt vegan lifestyles.