Mojo News

  • So what would you do differently, if you could do it again? Four more people bare their souls for our reporters. Their answers range from “do online dating earlier” to “get my shit together quicker” and “not get divorced”. And that’s only the start of their engrossing stories …
  • So if you had your time all over again, what would you do differently? In this podcast four reporters ask people about their big regrets. The answers range from “Say yes more” to “Not waste so much time worrying about what other people think”. It’s four big stories in bite-sized listening.
  • Monash students overwhelmingly think coffee is an environmental issue, but still think taste is more important. SHELBY BROOKS asked students about their attitudes, and offers some solutions.
  • Melbourne was a city of music for JOCELYN WANG when she first arrived. For the subject of her photo essay, she naturally chose a musician.
  • National Tap Dance Day proved irresistible for ELLEN KALAJA, who took her camera to the preparations for the big day, and the joyful final performances.
  • St Kevin’s Old Boys Football Club has traditionally been an all-boys society. But thanks to the development of a women’s league, the club opened up its doors to an enthusiastic group of women. WILL ZWAR reports.
  • Cultural differences between East and West may be exacerbating mental health problems among young Asians in Melbourne. DAMIEN NGUYEN reports on an issue many feel needs more understanding and discussion.
  • TIM MORIZET chose a perfectly logical target for his camera – prominent local photographer Chris Cincotta. Well known on local social media platforms, Cincotta is known as the founder of @melbourneiloveyou on Instagram, and Humans in Melbourne on Facebook.
  • As urbanisation infringes on Melbourne’s traditional market gardens, growers Schreurs & Sons have moved to South Gippsland to take advantage of land with underused water supplies. DAVID McALPINE reports
  • With no idea what would happen, SAMANTHA LITTLESON took her camera along to session with local clairvoyant Sue Thompson.