Saturday, May 30, 2020

Environment & Technology

Environment & Technology

Old clothes, new tricks

Deakin University student Ebony Dike was travelling in Morocco as part of a Global Journalism Exchange program when she came across a unique vintage...

When everything goes wrong in the world’s most haunted surf spot

Ash’s heart was pounding, loudly, as he found himself scanning underneath his surfboard every few seconds. The water was so grey it was almost...

Living without a smartphone

Fitzroy resident Sam Chalmers hasn’t owned a smartphone for three years. “I was kind of fed up they were always breaking on me,” he...

Vegan Festival Market visits Bunjil Place

Narre Warren’s Bunjil Place was transformed into a vegan's dream on Sunday, with the Vegan Festival Market taking place in the community centre’s courtyard. The...

Vintage books turn pages over eBooks

Pen and ink is challenging the growing eBook industry, with bookworms preferring the feel of paper over screen. Every Sunday thousands of book lovers browse...

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...

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...

Do Australians suck at eSports?

Cultural differences may be the core reason Australian eSport teams are failing to perform on the international stage. Team Renegades are Australia’s flicker of hope...

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...

THE GG PODCAST ep. 1 – Microtransactions, Loot Box Mechanics, and...

This is the first episode in The GG Podcast, brought to you by Ilman Ariffin, Jason Ngagianto, and James Bosco. The GG Podcast talks...