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Korean boyband BTS coming to Australia in July

K-POP fans will not want to miss out on seeing BTS perform live in Australia! Darren Boon has more details on their Aussie arrival.

VAMFF 2015: Everyday looks for men straight from the runway

Who says that only girls have all the fun with clothes? Guys can snazz up their dressing and parade their wardrobe in school with some of the looks from the 2015 Virgin Australian Melbourne Fashion Festival. Darren Boon shares some of his favourite looks from the GQ Australia Menswear Runway.

Study Melbourne Info Day returns Saturday

YOUR one-stop shop for international students’ informational and entertainment needs can be found at Study Melbourne Info Day this March 14. Darren Boon has more information.

Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival 2015

FASHIONISTAS take note! Be prepared to be dazzled and wowed as the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival returns in March. Darren Boon scours the highlights to bring you all the details.

Private training provider opens senior secondary college for international students

A NEW senior secondary school run by a private training provider has opened in West Melbourne, offering an alternative education pathway for young international students to further their studies in Australia. Darren Boon reports.

Concessions at last: International undergrad students eligible for half-price annual Myki ticket

TRANSPORT concessions kick in at last here in Victoria, under a three-year trial which will allow international undergrads to purchase an annual Myki pass for the zone(s) in which they study at half-price. Darren Boon reports.

AirAsia QZ8501 crash: Indonesian student from Monash University on board

Indonesian student Kevin Alexander Soetjipto is reported to be a passenger onboard the doomed Air Asia flight QZ 8501 which crashed. Monash University is offering counselling and support to friends and classmates. Darren Boon reports.

Singapore budget airline Scoot to launch flights to Melbourne in November 2015

WITH Singapore budget carrier Scoot joining the likes Air Asia X and Jetstar in flying to Melbourne in November 2015, international students may enjoy lower airfares beyond Singapore to other parts of Asia. Darren Boon has the details.

Tim Ho Wan restaurants coming to Australia

THE WORLD’s cheapest Michelin-starred restaurant, Tim Ho Wan, is set to serve its delectable dim sum in Australia early next year. Darren Boon has the details.

International students pay illegal essay writing service to complete assignments

A recent Fairfax Media report has revealed a large number of international students from New South Wales and Victoria have paid a Sydney-based essay writing service to complete their work. Darren Boon has more details.

Industry unites to weed out errant private education providers

THE sector “will not sit idly by” while the behaviours of a few rogue tarnish the reputation of many, says Australian Council for Private Education chief Rod Camm. Darren Boon reports.

PAX Australia 2014: It’s A Wrap!

IT was a wild three-day extravaganza at PAX Australia 2014 where gaming culture was celebrated by all those who came. Darren Boon relays his experience as a non-gamer with his comprehensive coverage of PAX Australia 2014.

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