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 […]

Anthony Scaramucci is out of the White House after just ten days

Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci has been fired just ten days into the job. Reporter Hannah Tpot takes a look […]

Report: More than 50% of university students were sexually harassed in 2016

A report by the Australian Human Rights Commission has revealed alarming statistics concerning sexual harassment for university students. Reporter William Ton explains.

Explainer: Why has dual citizenship got parliament in a frenzy?

Reporter Nic Zoumboulis breaks down the recent dual citizenship debacle has parliament in a frenzy and asks if the law is necessary […]

Study: FOMO heightens risk of anxiety in young adults

Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter, and Instagram can have a negative affect on young adults by causing body image problems and anxiety, according to […]

Australia looks to create potential space agency

Reporter Jack Fryer takes a look at the potential for Australia to have it’s own space agency.

The future of AI regulation

Reporter Nic Zoumboulis takes a look at where the future of artificial intelligence regulation is headed. Picture: extremetech.com

Understanding the new penalty rates cuts

Reporter Nic Zoumboulis speaks with ACTU president Ged Kearney about what new penalty rates mean for young people and how different industries […]

Adam Bandt: “Young people are powerful”

At the start of June President Trump announced that the U.S. would be pulling out the Paris Climate Agreement because he was […]

Multiple protests clash in Melbourne CBD

Sunday 26th June saw the turbulent showdown between two opposing protest groups in the Melbourne CBD. Organisers of an “Australian Pride March” […]