A Melbourne father watched his son suffer an ice overdose earlier this year. Now, he is pushing the government to consider involuntary drug rehabilitation for adults.
Some doctors make it too easy for university students to get access to Ritalin, which is popular as a study drug. ELIZA GALBRAITH reports.
Education is certainly a laughing matter – Ben Knight talks turning a teaching career into a stand up show. Interview by MATILDA BOSELEY
Louis Theroux’s stage tour is unusual and fascinating, much like the journalist and documentary maker himself.
Here is mojo’s list of stories that struck a chord with readers over the past year. They were shared and viewed in their thousands!
Now it’s your turn to pick your favourite. At the Mojo Awards night on Friday, September 23, the most popular story will be named.
Melbourne has caught on to the Pokémon Go phenomenon that is sweeping the globe, but is it worth the hype? Hype Hunter investigates.
While Australia looks to capitalise on more of its players rising up the ranks in the NBA and WNBA, the American juggernaut looks set to continue its unassailable streak.
After a storied 2012 campaign that eventually delivered the Australian track and field team two gold medals, expectations may need to be tempered with the arrival of young blood.
Thousands of diabetic Australians will pay triple the price for blood glucose test strips from this Friday, July 1, following federal government changes to the cost subsidy.
Clunes Booktown began as a small country festival in regional Victoria. Almost a decade later, the OECD is keen to learn of its increasing success.