Monash University students have set the benchmark in national journalism awards after winning six categories and four high commendations in the 2018 Ossie Awards.
“John” was rushing along Swanston St, through the bustling afternoon crowds, to purchase his next order. Turning into Chinatown, then into a mall, he reached his destination: CoCo Fresh Tea and Juice. ANDY MANGELSDORF writes.
A new strategy has been developed by Brimbank Council to reduce the youth unemployment in the region. JOSEPH LEW reports.
A Melbourne council is planning to use street artists to educate local schoolchildren about their craft, as part of an innovative effort to stem youth vandalism. RYAN HARDING reports.
Burwood Fuel and Fodder owner Ian McKay has decided it’s finally time to close the doors of his historic business. LINDA LIEM reports.
Manningham is leading the way in Victorian waste management after producing the lowest amount of garbage on record this year. SAMANTHA O’CONNELL reports
Gender equality in the workplace is not here yet, but it’s getting closer says Woman of Influence Prue Gilbert. LAURA PLACELLA teports.
A council has ordered tougher dog patrols after parents complained that a new playground was built in the middle of an off-leash dog park. JULIA PASSARELLI reports.
As an outstanding leader in Australia’s energy industry, Monash researcher Chloe Munro has helped implement several influential energy policies and regulations. ANNIE WANG reports.
Gippsland South resident Samuel Fink is standing for the Liberal Democrats in Northcote. DANIEL CHICK talks to a long distance campaigner.