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An age of rage

At the start of the week, during her trip to the United States, Greta Thunburg addressed the UN hoping to encourage them to act...

Economy wobbles on eve of house-hunting season

Economists fear Australia may face its first recession since 1991 as the nation looks set for its worst economic performance in almost three decades,...

Podcast: AFL grand final preview

The 2019 AFL grand final is upon us; just four quarters of football to decide who will lift the premiership cup this year. One side...

Where does the US-China trade war leave Australia?

The rivalry between the United States and China puts Australia in a diplomatic predicament. For over 70 years the United States has stood as...

They’re the change we want to see in the world

Over 150,000 students, First Nations people and activists of all ages gathered in Melbourne’s Treasury Gardens on Friday to strike in support of climate...

Tools down for tram drivers, again

After several negotiations, Melbourne tram drivers will walk off the job for four hours on Thursday as they continue to knock heads with Yarra...

Fires and their politics

  The proclaimed 'Brazilian Trump', Jair Bolsonaro took control of Brazil this year and recently made headlines for his original disapproval and non-acceptance of a...

Mornington Peninsula hosts third annual World Suicide Prevention Day walk

Hundreds of people affected by suicide braved cold and gloomy weather in Mornington Park on September 15 to support one another, grieve together and...

Dingoes have a forever home in Chewton

Nestled at the end of an unsealed road, deep in the of heart of the bush, you'll find the Chewton Dingo Farm.  A haven for...

Goodbye beer … hello alcoholic kombucha?

Gone are the days of going to a pub or bar and only having Carlton Draught or VB to choose from. Times have changed,...