politics & society


Giving her the slow burn

Thousands of people across the nation marched this week in support of stopping violence against women. Ingrid Vaughan looks at one of the troubling behaviours that constitute emotional abuse.

fashion & lifestyle


Tomorrow’s job

Erin Leeder looks at why we give in to the temptations of procrastination.



Reformed Saints still marching in

Despite losing nearly half of its squad over the summer, a reassembled Southampton has continued an incredible EPL journey, writes Riley Beveridge.



Taylor’s swift Spotify exit

Jim Files discusses if Taylor Swift’s decision to abandon Spotify will affect the future of streaming services.


The long bike ride to the Senate

Janet Rice’s parliamentary debut grabbed attention with a long cycle from Melbourne to Canberra. The Senator talks cycling, possums, and politics with Jessie Anne Gartlan.


Man’s best (Facebook) friend

Social media continues to feed our obsession with all things canine, writes Erin Leeder.


Melbourne Cup preview

Check out Damien Ractcliffe and Aaron Maynard’s preview of the race that stops the nation.


From lifelong Blues fan to official club blogger

Chelsea Daft founder Andy Seaby tells Luke Karlik passion and devotion is a must for any writer.


Keep your eyes on Ebola

In our increasingly fast-paced society, it is easy to forget about the unpronounced threats to our health, writes Samuel Ord.

Australian students get limitless

Using lifestyle drugs to increase the quality of your day to day life is rife across the world, writes Samuel Ord.


The draft order

It’s the busiest month of the year for some AFL journalists, such as AFL.com.au’s draft expert Callum Twomey, who talks to Jim Files about the draft and how he got started in sports journalism.


Life after the X-Factor: Jaymie Deboucherville

X-Factor heartthrob Jaymie Deboucherville speaks of the frustrations of stereotyping and the unreality of reality television, with Lindsey Martin.


Choc Tops: Minions trailer review

The Minions trailer divides opinion among our Choc Tops, Chris and James. Check out what they think.


Breast Cancer: the untold stories

Around 15,380 Australians will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year, but they aren’t the only ones who will feel the effects of the disease.


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