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Deakin students get a taste of the UN General Assembly

Deakin University students had the chance to learn first hand what it's like to be part of the United Nations when they took part...

Long road to rail improvements

Commuters travelling to the city from South Eastern suburbs as far out as Pakenham are set to save up to 13 minutes off a...

Fans jeer Chinese national anthem at Hong Kong vs Iran match

A large group of football fans jeered the Chinese national anthem in a World Cup qualifier between Iran and Hong Kong at Hong Kong...

Trolls on the back foot as Tayla Harris’ kick is immortalised

It was one of football's most talked about photos, that prompted a barrage of sexual insults from online trolls because of the way she...

We need to talk about Somalia

Somalia is facing one of the driest rainy seasons in more than 30 years. As a result 2.2 million people are facing hunger so...

Is local volunteering at risk of being lost?

Volunteer groups are at risk of disappearing within the next three decades if younger generations do not take part and help out in the...

Find a Mid-Autumn Festival in Melbourne

The Mid-Autumn Festival (also known as the Full Moon Festival) is an important holiday for Asians after the Lunar New Year, which takes place...

Why we need free money

American entrepreneur and US presidential hopeful Andrew Yang’s flagship proposal is to give every American adult a monthly dividend of $1000. Universal Basic Income...

Eagles soar, Essendon bomb out at Perth elimination final

It's been 15 years since Essendon won a final in the AFL. That's a fact no Bombers supporter likes to be reminded of. But...

American artist aiming for a future free from school shootings

With gun deaths in the US aggressively on the rise, and pleas for gun legislation a constant issue, Florida artist Richard Johnson is hoping...