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Jane Stone: The ice epidemic through the eyes of a care...

Ice is an awful drug. That’s something we’ve all been told, by teachers, by warnings on TV, or through word of mouth from those...

Strides to women’s safety in public

Having sparked public outcry across the country, the death of Jill Meagher prompted self-defence organisations to unite against women’s sexual assault and violence. Blazing...

Sportsbet loses $5.2 million in election blunder

The country's most popular bookmaker, Sportsbet, has made a costly error by paying out all bets on Labor to win the Federal Election last...

Labor had plans for students with disabilities in mainstream schools

During the recent Federal Election campaign, the Labor Party promised to implement inclusive education in every state. But would this have meant an end...

Volunteer firefighting: more than just fighting fires

In an ironic twist for Victoria’s Country Fire Authority (CFA), a lack of yearly major fires has contributed to periodic falls in volunteer numbers. John...

Buddha’s Day comes back to warm up Melbourne autumn

Buddha's Day 2019 highlights its role in promoting the diversity of multiculturalism and faiths in Melbourne. The festival is presented by Fo Guang Shan Melbourne...

Alex Dyson’s interpretive dance campaign video a vote winner

Former Triple J radio host Alex Dyson's low-budget promotional video proved a hit during his campaign as an Independent in the seat of Wannon...

Refugees learn English for a second chance at life

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JByddMbV0n8  Bendigo TAFE holds an English Language class for refugees from all walks of life.  John, Morteza and Mu Chi share stories from their homeland and...

There’s a story behind every statistic: A refugee’s narrative

Do you want to know something shocking? According to the UNHCR, there are 68.5 million forcibly displaced people worldwide. Among these, there are 25.4...

Bunyip bushfire battlers cleaning up the community

Produced by Jack Morgan and Jordy Wright. Over two months ago, a bushfire tore through 15,000 hectares of houses and farmland in Bunyip North. Known...