Lawrie Zion explores the question of what happens to journalists who take a redundancy, as the media industry experiences the most serious contraction in its history.
Plus-size models are changing the shape and size of the fashion industry, writes Julia Szuflak.
What does it take to be an AFL coach? In an interview with Michael Itsou, incoming West Coast coach Adam Simpson discusses the interview process and his hopes for the Eagles.
The Walkley Foundation is hosting an event with the two seasoned investigative journalists tomorrow, Tuesday, at the Wheeler Centre.
Advertising consultant turned social entrepreneur, Mike Rios, speaks to Daniel Bramley about changing the world one “dong chim” at a time.
Move over, men! New research from the UK reveals women often dress to impress other women, writes Erin Lyons.
Carlton’s vice captain Kade Simpson has always played his role for the team. But as Robert Beaton discovered, things haven’t always gone to plan.
Channel Seven newsreader, Peter Mitchell, talks family, journalism and what he believes really got him his first gig in the media, with Joely Mitchell.
The battle for the seat of Indi was perhaps the most interesting story of the 2013 federal election. New independent MP Cathy McGowan speaks to Caitlyn Leggett about her road to victory.
The idea that a weight-loss product could support people with eating disorders doesn’t add up, writes Tahlia McPherson.
Damien Ractliffe and Cody Winnell preview the race which stops the nation.
Melbourne get your party shoes on. An music event which celebrates more than 75 per cent of local talent begins this week, writes Mandi Santic.