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Monash University students have shown Gen Y are ready to tackle society’s big problems as more than 200 aspiring social entrepreneurs gathered at Monash University’s Social Innovation Summit last weekend. LAUREN ROSENBERG and LUCY MAJSTOROVIC report
Understanding her own privilege was the spark for HeForShe chairwoman Vittoria D’Angelo to try to make a change. SALONEE MISTRY went to the Monash HeForShe group’s first Ideathon this week.
Are millennials more enthusiastic entrepreneurs than their parents? LUCY MAJSTOROVIC and the team at Teach Me How to Money talk to six students with money-making businesses on the side.
A petition calling on the government to make Victorian roads safer for wildlife has gathered more than 2600 signatures in two weeks, NATHAN JOHN reports.
Jeans for Genes Day has a big aim: Changing the face of research into genetic disease in Australia forever. SOFIA VAMVAKIDOU reports.
An exhibition showcasing art made by people who have experienced or are experiencing homelessness has been opening people’s eyes to the issues. ANDREA THIIS-EVENSEN reports.
Pressed Juices stores have been targeted by protesters in Melbourne after the company became embroiled in a series of wage theft accusations from several former employees who are allegedly owed thousands of dollars, SALONEE MISTRY reports
How intimate can you really be in a Christian couple before marriage? Does Islam tell you what kind of partner to look for? Can Tinder really be more than just a one-night stand? GABRIELLE COLE and SELBY STEWART ask the hard questions about what it is like to date under different religions.
In 2015, scandal engulfed greyhound racing, with the revelation trainers and breeders were using live “bait” to train their dogs. HARRISON MURTOUGH looks at a troubled industry that’s fought back.