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LIVE REVIEW: Copresents @ RMIT

Words by Imogen Hanrahan. Copresents. Probably one of the more exciting things to happen at RMIT, and I don’t even go there […]

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Interview: Bridget Balodis

Maria and Smithers chat to Bridget Balodis, the director of desert, 6:29pm which is playing at Red Stitch Actors Theatre (Rear 2 Chapel […]

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Interview: Jane Devery

Julia and Tarnay chat to Jane Devery, one of the contemporary art curators at NGV Australia, Federation Square, about their upcoming free […]

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Review: Loving Vincent

There’s a strange phenomena that occurs when you go to review something as intriguing and over-hyped as Loving Vincent. First, you are […]

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Review: Lucky

On September 17th, 2017, Harry Dean Stanton passed away at the age of 91 years old. He lived the life of an […]

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Remembrance Day marks 99 years since the end of WWI

Saturday 11 marked the 99th anniversary of Remembrance Day. Vasiliki Raptis investigated the meaning behind the day and what Remembrance Day means […]

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La Trobe university to trial driverless bus

The arrival of a new driverless bus at La Trobe University may herald a new era of safer transport for students, but […]

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Australians uncomfortable showing their true selves at work

A recent survey by LinkedIn states that more than half of Australians hide some aspects of themselves when they’re at the office, […]

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Paradise Papers leak shines light on international tax avoidance

The largest document leak in history has unveiled confronting information about how the mega-rich hide their money to avoid paying tax. 13.4 […]

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Melbourne to trial safe injecting room

Melbourne will soon trial a safe drug injecting facility, a move supporters say will save hundreds of lives. Nic Zoumboulis investigates