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Thirsty Cities: Is Australia’s water secure?

A recent report via the University of Melbourne and The World Bank has highlighted the complex needs and pressures facing cities around […]

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Is The National Native Title Conference Broken?

This year the National Native Title Conference was held at the MCG in Melbourne, tickets cost over $600 and major sponsors included […]

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Super Smash Bros. Character Predictions

Article about the video game Super Smash Bros. Ultimate at E3 2019 (annual video game event). Words by Stefan Bradley. At the […]

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Mental Health Struggles in Sport

Sport is a huge part of our culture here in Australia, however, our beloved players and athletes are prematurely retiring due to […]

Young Australians Failed to Comprehend Sexual Consent, Says Latest Research

A recent survey on violence against women has found many young Australians fail to understand sexual consent. Wing Kuang investigates.

What Are Kidults?

Young Adults who still live at home have been given the name ‘Kidults.’ There has been a growing number of Australian Kidults […]

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Coalition Returned While Labor Back to Drawing Board

As the election results fall into place, the Coalition will be returned with a majority in the House of Representatives while Labor, […]

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Eurovision Semi-Final Dazzles with Stunning Acts

Ahead of the second Eurovision Song Contest semi-final, reporter William Ton re-caps the performances in the first semi-final. Who soared and which […]

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Making Melbourne More Walkable

The Future Melbourne Committee endorsed the Draft Transport Strategy for public consultation on May 7th, aiming to make Melbourne more walkable. Why […]

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Digital Campaign Ads: Young Voters’ Perspectives

As election day approaches, many political parties are taking their final chances to boost campaign ads on social media. Do young voters […]