More Australians than ever before are now travelling and not returning home. Hannah Rabe explores this trend.
When did second-hand and vintage become interchangeable? Hannah Rabe explores the fine line between trash and treasure.
Is it really possible to find true love aboard public transport, asks Hannah Rabe.
Move over AFL, quidditch is the new 'it' sport in Melbourne, writes Hannah Rabe.
With North Korea threatening nuclear war, Hannah Rabe talks to Dr Benjamin Habib about life inside the isolated state.
With other social media sites closing in on Facebook, Hannah Rabe asks who will step up as the next major fad site.
After learning Southbank was once a waterfall and Federation Square is a giant trampoline, Hannah Rabe asks how well Melburnians know their city.
Last night's head-to-head episode of QandA provided prime material for this week's QandA scorecard adjudicators Eric George and Hannah Rabe.
Have our governments become too obsessed with crunching figures on obesity rather than actually combating it, asks Hannah Rabe.
Just who does the Federal Government's new organ donor payments scheme appeal to, asks Hannah Rabe.
A tram bar, a fleet of art trams and an influx of #trams. Hannah Rabe explores Melbourne's recent love affair with its iconic tram network.
Has the university lifestyle transformed your FatBooth shot into a reality? Hannah Rabe talks goon, Mi Goreng and the encumbering nature of on campus living.
With Melbourne's Moomba Festival last night coming to a close, Hannah Rabe explores its connection to local cultural identity.
From Angelina Jolie's obnoxiously placed split to Nicole Kidman's re-creation of Eliza Doolittle. Hannah Rabe takes us on a journey through fashion in 2012.
While fad diets are controversial and at times dangerous, there's something about the myth of a quick fix that attracts Australian women back to them, writes Hannah Rabe.
Some people are born leaders and Liberal MP Russell Matheson is one of them, writes Backbench..
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Throughout December, upstart will be reviewing some of the moments that defined the year.