SUMMER is here! But watch out beachgoers, the biggest danger in Australia during the hot months isn’t sharks and it’s not dehydration either, it’s skin cancer.
2011 is drawing to a close, and what better time to look back on the year that’s been? From Bersih to uni grades, Namewee to the ASEAN games, we’re taking a look at the stories, people and issues that mattered most to you in 2011.
WHAT would you say if we told you there was a bar where every beer you bought was a donation to charity? Well, there will be. It’s called Shebeen and it’s coming to Melbourne.
‘TWAS a few days before Christmas… and you still haven’t done your Christmas shopping, have you? Don’t stress! Sarah Soh comes to the rescue with a ditty of budget gift ideas.
MARCELLA Purnama shares her thoughts on graduating and preparing to pursue her own career dreams – no matter what others may think
INTERNATIONAL students are covered for certain mental health services but don’t even know it .Chloe Booker investigates.
SUMMER is here, and for those of us staying in Melbourne, this season is real treat for the tummy! So what can our tastebuds expect over the next few months?
THESE ethical designers believe it’s not enough to just look good – fashion should be environmentally friendly and manufactured under humane working conditions
COMEDIAN Anh Do’s award-winning memoir is an inspiring tale of the power of perseverance, kindness and love, writes Steven Tannason.
[ January 23, 2012 10:00 am to January 24, 2012 1:00 am. ] Quang Minh Tet Festival is a unique annual event held in the City of Maribyrnong. Each year more than 10,000 people attend this event to celebrate Vietnamese Lunar New Year, watch performances, see displays, chants and eat vegetarian food.
23 January 2012 – 24 January 2012 (10am Sunday to 1am Monday)18 Burke Street, Braybrook, VIC 3019
[ December 14, 2011; 6:30 pm to 10:00 pm. ] Come and celebrate the end of another great year with Multicultural Arts Victoria at the Queen Victoria Market.
Multicultural Arts Victoria (MAV) Christmas party on 14 December featuring Afro Habesha Band!
6.30pm @ the Suzuki Night Market. Kris Kringle at 8.30pm (Bring a gift under $5!)
MELD’s Marcella Purnama takes a trip north to Sydney and comes back with a renewed appreciation for her adopted city, Melbourne.