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.
Award-winning landscape designer Phillip Withers says a successful career in horticulture comes from planting the first seed. With the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show about to begin, CAROLINE TUNG spoke to the man behind some of Australia’s most beautiful and sustainable gardens.
The RSPCA is discriminating against international students by refusing to allow them to adopt pets, a Monash student says.
Op shop bargains have become harder to find, a senior costumer designer says, with at least one Melbourne store charging up to $300 for vintage clothing.
New York has their Pikachurros, Sydney has championed their Pokéburgers and Singapore even had their own Pokémon Cafe. Where does this leave Melbourne? Hype Hunter hunts down Melbourne’s top three Pokemon-style foods and delivers the verdict.
Mojo Lifestyle did the impossible and insane task of bar-hopping around the Melbourne CBD to find five amazing bars. We look at each venue’s environment, food options and drinks.
Even with the best intentions, it is hard to make an animal shelter feel homely. The RSPCA uses a foster care program to help animals prepare for adoption in a nurturing environment. DIANA HODGETTS takes a look at the life of a foster carer in this heart-warming photo essay.
Our streetegists brave the final weeks of winter in puffer jackets and the ever loyal trench coat. JOHANNA MEKA brings you the top picks from campus this week.
Get the 411 on hot yoga – the fitness craze sweeping the streets of Melbourne. People are lining up to get a taste of this exciting trend and it turns out that there may just be more to it than sweating up a storm.