The report found that hundreds of thousands of 18 to 21 year-olds are being left in poverty by the inaccessibility and inadequacy of government payments.
Why is Australian politics so awful, why does Labor not enact progressive policies, and how do we start to fix it? Jacqui Lambie (purportedly) has the answer.
Elsy Wameyo took advantage of the intimate space with a set that showcased her impressive range, from a slower Swahili-language track to the rave-ready heights of ‘River Nile’.
No nostalgia trip, Heartbreak High’s 2022 reboot is diverse, progressive, and very much of the now.
Today, the largest art fair in Australasia returns to Carriageworks for its first in-person showing since 2019 — what’s in it for students?
'Whitefella Yella Tree' is theatre as truth-telling. The show is a revelation, a joy, and a piece of must-see theatre.
Strikes by the Transport Workers Union (TWU) and the Rail, Tram, and Bus Union (RTBU) will coincide on Wednesday as both unions call for increased pay and better working conditions.
Victorian Premier Dan Andrews announced the 10,000 places on Sunday morning, “If you’re in Year 12 and you’ve been thinking about studying nursing or midwifery – go for it. We’ve got your HECS fees covered.”
30 toes vs cobblestone and a cold snap. What would happen if three students took up the barefoot on campus mantle?
A collaboration between Honi Soit and The Power Institute. Facillitated by Nick Croggon, Ann Stephen, Stephen Gilchrist and Maya Stocks with Thomas Sargeant and Amelia Koen.