Senior secondary students from Hobsons Bay City Shire have introduced a Bill in YMCA’s Youth Parliament for the introduction of family violence education in schools. Alice Rennison asks if this solution is viable.
The Katering Show is a comedy web series that follows the lives of celebrity chef, Kate McLennan, and her food intolerant friend, Kate McCartney, as they cook their way into the Food Culture Revolution.
Often regarded as one of the greatest AFL players, Chris Judd has announced his retirement. As a well-respected player, the football community has lost one of the greats. Ryan Rosendale looks back on an outstanding career.
Kieran Balmaceda examines how the uncertain future of print news could affect local communities as the big outlets begin to downsize rural operations.
With homelessness in Melbourne on the rise, some are sacrificing their own time and money to give back to the less fortunate, writes Tijan Biner.
Justin Harwood is the creator of the web series, High Road, which depicts the post rock star life of Terry and his lack of self-awareness.
The Golden State Warriors take a 1-0 lead in the NBA Finals as cracks begin to appear in Cleveland’s “James” centric offense, writes Daniel Freeman.
Johanna Brasier speaks to Monash University researcher Kate Young about the effects popular media can have on childbirth decisions.
In the second part of upstart’s review, Ewa Staszewska speaks with politics lecturer Nicholas Barry about the Andrews government’s performance so far.
Tasmanian web series creators,Tim Logan, Nathan Spencer, and Shaun Wilson from Sky Machine, together with Latitude Films have created an authentic series of comedy, mystery and deceit, presented in black and white.
After more than two years of off-field drama, happenings on the field have once again taken ascendency in the AFL world, writes Matt Goss.
They may be informative and insightful but many documentaries struggle to show the complete truth, writes Stephanie Atkins.