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Workplaces Robbing Vulnerable Employees of Their Work Rights

International students are being encouraged to find out their work place rights and guard against exploitation after a number of high-profile cases. On April...

Penalty Rates Cut, Beneficial For Whom?

International students are worried that penalty rates cuts - slashing the amount they can earn at the weekend - will hit them harder than...

YouTube’s Restriction Mode is “Not Working the Way It Should”

“The bottom line is that this feature isn’t working the way it should. We’re sorry and we’re going to fix it" A surprising admission came from...

RSPCA Million Paws Walk

The RSPCA’S annual fundraising event, the Million Paws Walk is fast approaching with over 25,000 participants expected to attend walks around Victoria with their...

A Day Bigger Than Football

The final figure for money raised in the inaugural ‘Let’s Kick Cancer Cup’ last Saturday will remain a tight secret until a cheque is...

Dani’s Brave Heart

While some of us have a goal to run a marathon at least once in our lifetime, Dani McLaren has set herself the goal...

Turn Up To Your Flight to Get Kicked Out?

Australian travellers are angry they could be caught up in the same situation as an American who was kicked off his flight because the...

Why I’m not worried about my future

This week, Fairfax journalists went on strike over the news 125 editorial jobs will be axed. These staff voted to walk out for seven...

The Penalty Rates Cut: What Does This Really Mean For You?

The Fair Work Commission announced cuts of 25 to 50 percent to penalty rates for workers in the hospitality, fast food, restaurant, retail and...

Over 10,000 police are out to catch you this long weekend

Operation Nexus is back and in action until Anzac Day, following Victoria Police’s detection of over 9,500 offences last year over the four-day Easter...