LODGING your tax returns can be a mind-boggling affair for students, especially if you’re doing it for the first time. This week, we offer you a few tips on surviving the number crunch.
TAKING a grassroots approach to music, a group of independent artistes in Melbourne are helping budding musicians reach more audiences than ever before.
THE former W.B. Ellis Auction Rooms in North Melbourne is now an inviting café replete with pleasing detail. And best of all, there are tables enough so you won’t feel guilty about lingering for post-prandial banter after your plates, licked clean, are cleared.
EMOTIONS ran high as student delegates from 25 campuses across Australia gathered at a Melbourne conference last week to find a new national voice for international students.
THE third sequel of the movie is already in the works. But is bigger necessarily better? SHAWN LOW finds out if it’s worth the hype.
IF THE giant chessboard outside MyCUBE Café hasn’t drawn you into the house of fun yet, we suggest you make your move in. It deals a mean hand in more ways than one.