Individual needs and the importance of inclusion were two issues that seemed forgotten when the National Disability Insurance Scheme was rolled out. DARIA IMPIOMBATO reports.
Violence is sweeping Catalonia as locals overwhelmingly vote for independence from Spain. GERARD ESCAICH FOLCH, in Barcelona, writes about the chaos, and the politics that led to this crisis.
Pressure is mounting to grant Victorian postgraduate students access to public transport concession cards, as STAMATINA HASIOTIS reports.
Victorians can now split their vehicle registration, and it’s a welcome move for students. BILAL AHMED SYED reports.
Together has officially ended Go!’s 12-year control of the MSA. MATILDA BOSELEY and SIMON KUPERMAN report
The time has finally come for you to cast your ballots in the MSA 2017 election and, to help you make an informed choice, MOJO has put together a highlights reel for each party. Politics editor Matilda Boseley reports.
After a year away from the campaign, Grassroots are back in the game, and this time they are teaming up with Together. SYBILLA GROSS reports
Who is actually behind all those “joke” parties, and where do their votes go when they inevitably lose? Withe election starting on Monday, SIMON KUPERMAN and MATILDA BOSELEY take a closer look.
Controversy broke out on the Facebook group Monash StalkerSpace last night when a screenshot of a post from Together candidate Fergus Calwell showed him saying Together would “take the student union back from the Left”. SIMON KUPERMAN reports.
It takes a lot to make Monash students bother to vote in the student elections, but the MSA is expecting a higher turnout this year. SIMON KUPERMAN reports