Friday, September 25, 2020

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From golf balls to meatballs, Bianca swaps pro sport for food...

By Teresa Yovela A three-course meal of meatballs and wine, a gigantic sushi platter, a bubble tea cake, and even a fancy high tea box....

How a law, commerce, science graduate became a sheep farmer

By Amelia Knight Imagine the skills of a lawyer, a physicist and economist combined into one person who also has empathy and passion for their...

National Trust calls for government support as revenue plummets

By Stephanie Bastiaan Victoria's National Trust is facing a financial crisis, putting the organisation at risk of insolvency following the forced closure of its properties...

Victorians in stitches over face covering requirement

By Elle Cecil Victorians have again adapted to increasing COVID-19 restrictions by making and distributing homemade face masks across the state, sending craft and sewing...

Lockdown residents camp in their cars for a good cause

By Ebony Dike A virtual Sleep in Your Car event has raised more than $25,000 to support young people experiencing homelessness. The sixth annual Sleep In...

Workers concerned coronavirus is carried on littered masks

By Chantelle Fowler There are increasing concerns Covid-19 is spreading via disposable masks that are being dumped and littered in public places. Doherty Immunology Professor...

Call to tackle illegal rubbish dumping on nature strips

By Zoe Lusted Residents in the Sydney suburb of Hornsby, angry over the amount of illegal dumping in the area, hope new contracts will reshape...

Residents urged to buy local to save their shops

By Naomi Newcombe Colac residents are being urged to buy local, with Coronavirus causing a significant decline in the town's retail sector. The main street in...

Pets the real winners in coronavirus lockdown

By Melita Virginie Pets in the City of Casey are being lavished with attention as owners turn to their furry friends for comfort during the...

Getting a job in law just got much, much harder

By Kim Koelmeyer The Australian legal market is notoriously saturated with graduates, which makes finding employment as a lawyer extremely competitive in an average year....