Profile20Picture2028129_0.jpg

SYN 90.7

‘Fast fashion’ sweeps Melbourne

Nova_catwalk_0.jpg

Swedish multinational retail-clothing company H&M opened it’s doors in Melbourne in April much to the excitement of consumers. But such high turn over of clothing raises questions about where excess and second hand stock is ending up, as well as working conditions for those making the garments.
Reporter Alice Walker spoke to St Vincent de Paul society and Dr Alice Payne from the University of Queensland about the concerns around ‘Fast Fashion’.

More by Panorama

54ebc10592284eacb105e39c4c838bc1_18

Pressure mounts to release footballer Hakeem al-Araibi

Pressure is mounting from the international football community to release Hakeem al-Araibi from Thai detainment. Leading the charge is Craig Foster, former […]

political_protest_illustration

How do Australian youth view politics?

For many young people, the Victorian State election was their first opportunity to have a say in politics. Research has shown that […]

australia-votes-640x315

Victoria State Election – The Rise of Micro Parties

The Australian Labor Party (ALP) celebrated a massive victory in the state election on the weekend, but the state‚Äôs micro-parties were big […]