FILM REVIEW: My First Summer
Words by Jessica Seychell In a world where a purple promise (much like a pinky promise, only on your index finger) is […]
FILM REVIEW: Summer of 85
Words by Benjamin Polazzon “If I die first, you dance on my grave” Summers end. Days spent on sun-kissed beaches wash away […]
2020-21 Victorian State Budget: What’s in it for young people?
The 2020-21 Victorian State Budget was announced today and features an extraordinary amount of spending on infrastructure, mental health and education. Reporters […]
Friendship in the face of COVID
As Melbourne begins to open up again after months of COVID-19 lockdown orders, friendships are under pressure as people try to reconnect. […]
News Talks #14: Where are young people in Australian media?
A report – Missing: Young People in Australian News Media – from the Foundation for Young Australians detailed the challenges young people […]
Jobmaker Unpacked: What’s in the 2020-2021 Budget for young people?
The Australian Government handed down it’s 2020-21 Federal Budget last week with a plan to get young people working. While there were […]
News Talks #12: Increased uni fees will not solve higher education’s problems
Reporters Millie Spencer and Wing Kuang spoke to Dr. Gwilym Croucher (Senior Lecturer at Melbourne University’s Centre for the Study of Higher […]
Social isolation the biggest impact on Young Victorians: latest survey
While digital technology enables people to stay connected during the COVID-19 lockdown, young people in Victoria now find themselves socially isolated with […]
Young and renting in Melbourne
Reporter Tarnay Sass takes a look into the dodgy bathrooms, harsh landlords, and what it’s like to be young and trying to […]
Beyond the headline: Youth workers respond to Mary’s Group
Mary’s Group owners defended comments made in their podcast The Fat, calling some youth hospitality workers “self-entitled, little f-s”. Their discussion was […]