Despite plastic straw bans becoming increasingly popular, plastic straws do serve a purpose for disabled people. SEBASTIAN WHITAKER reports
Phone users might be shocked to learn how much time they spend interacting with a phone screen, a mental health professional warns. ISABELLA VOTSIS reports
University aged students are the most vulnerable to sexual harassment in the workplace, new statistics show. ELLA McEWAN reports.
Monash Student Theatre’s (MUST) new rock musical, Holloway, takes on some sensitive and important topics. The people behind it talk to Anna McShane-Potts and Renyuan Ouyang.
It’s time for the Australian Government to interfere politically in the Rohingya crisis, a representative of the group in Australia says. MAHIA RAHMAN reports.
On the back of one of the worst droughts in NSW history, the weather bureau today warned that Australia faced double the usual chance of an El Nino developing this spring, which would bring even less rain and more heat. BONNIE BRYSON reports
The competition’s most in-form teams face off tonight in the biggest match of the week. EZRA HOLT previews the game.
If a piece of you has been missing every Wednesday and Thursday night, never fear! MONISHA ISWARAN is here to help with Bach Chat – your best Bachelor recap.
New Socceroos coach Bert van Marwijk will have plenty to think about after a mixed first international break as Socceroos coach. TAS MAVRIDIS reports
Chinese President Xi Jinping’s re-election could result in his Cabinet putting loyalty ahead of policy, experts say. YOUJIA TAN and RENYUAN OUYANG report.