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Meld top video picks: Tesco’s virtual subway store in South Korea

EPIC win for grocery chain Tesco who has enabled commuters in South Korea to use smartphones to shop for groceries while waiting for the train to arrive.

Weekly news round up: money woes, Nancy LeVine’s ageing pooches and the SBS show everyone’s talking about

THIS week, we face our fears of yet another global financial crisis, talk about the gripping SBS docu-reality show Go Back To Where You Came From, and introduce a photographer that has touched us with her images of canines past their prime.

David Choi: music, stardom and YouTube

AHEAD of the Australian leg of his Asia Pacific Tour kicking off in Melbourne this Friday, we catch up with one of YouTube’s most subscribed artists David Choi, about his musical journey and the making of stars on YouTube. Find out also how you can win double passes to his Melbourne concert.

Melbourne University Student Union Short Film Competition

Win a Sony HDR Digital Video Camera Entries Close: Friday 5 August All submissions screened online! Online Voting Commences: Tuesday 9 August Free Entry for Student Union Members (Non-Members $5) Documentary, fiction,…

Icehouse, Docklands

Internship opportunity at Medibank Icehouse, Melbourne

INTERNSHIP opportunities! Medibank Icehouse is offering professional development opportunities through its newly created Promoters Program for students aged between 15 and 25 years.

Health tips for winter

WINTER’S dreary enough, without having to weather a nasty bout of the cold or flu. Meld reporter Joyce Ho offers some tips on staying happy and healthy this winter.

The Great Badge Swap

WHAT cause are you fighting for? Let others know by taking part in the Great Badge Swap organised by the Museum of Australian Democracy. Jowee Tee reports.

Late night eats in Melbourne

LOOKING for a late night munchie? Melbourne foodie I-Hua Lim shares 10 places you can visit in the city and suburbs without hurting your hit pocket.

Vancouver riot kiss

Weekly news round up: Al Qaeda’s new leader, Australia’s tax on carbon and the Vancouver riot kiss

SO CONSUMED by exam preps you have no time for news? We help you catch up. In our news round up this week, we talk about Al Qaeda’s new leader, Australia’s tax on carbon, and the Vancouver riot kiss.

Carlton’s best kept secret: La Mama Theatre

DID you know one of Melbourne’s most established and relevant theatres is right on your doorstep here in Carlton? It was where Cate Blanchett started out as a young woman and budding actress in the late 1980s. Find out how you can win tickets to catch a show at La Mama Theatre this winter.

Ready Steady Light

Federation Square Are you always messing around with the Christmas lights? Like making furniture out of milk crates? Ever wanted to transform an everyday, domestic object into a fabulous work of light art?…

Hunt for the best: soup instant noodle

AND in the final instalment of our epic instant noodle taste test, we review 25 varieties of soupy instant noodles. Let’s just say we were surprised by what we found.

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