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Noble Natives live review

The Venue ‘Section 8’ located Tattersalls Ln, Melbourne VIC, ran an event called Mellowdias Thump , in attendance was Noble Natives a […]

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How travellers were re-identified from Myki data, and why you should care

Touch on, touch off; a couple of those are all it takes to identify a child travelling alone, ex-partner, or even an […]

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Possible Budj Bim UNESCO site and the importance of preserving Indigenous landmarks

Budj Bim is an extinct volcano in south-west Victoria. The Gunditjmara people used the volcanic rock to manage water flows and exploit […]

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How young Indigenous Australians want reconciliation to evolve

While reconciliation week is important for many, young Indigenous Australians are looking to evolve its meaning as they believe times have changed […]

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For low ATAR men, TAFE and trades might be a better choice than university

Think that university is the best career choice for everyone? Think again. New research from the Grattan Institute shows some men may […]

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Rising calls for a Cash for Cans to help ease Victoria’s recycling crisis

For years, the Victorian government has rejected cash for containers, saying that our recycling systems are good enough and the schemes are […]

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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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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 […]

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Cycling Safety in Question

With the number of bikes on our roads growing, so does the rate of injury and death amongst cyclists. Reporter Courtney Whitelaw […]