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Canopy Film Review

Intuitive, baffling or thought provoking? Rebecca Di Nuzzo reviews award winning Australian film director Aaron Wilson’s first feature length film, Canopy.

Deakin University Student Association launches visa advice service for students

FREE food, a petting zoo and…migration advice? Rebecca Di Nuzzo was at Deakin University Student Association’s Christmas Party, which held a very welcome announcement for international students.

Proposed student visa changes make waves

PROPOSED visa changes the Australian Government hopes will boost overseas student numbers have been met with mixed reactions from the international education industry. Rebecca Di Nuzzo reports.

Stories of student life: “You have to pass through hell to get to heaven.”

WORK, study, and saving up: Rebecca di Nuzzo speaks to some international students to find out the cost of their search for a better life.

The Night Noodle Market hits Melbourne this November

STRESSED about exams? Take a study break and visit Melbourne’s first ever Night Noodle Market on at Alexandra Gardens from 18-30 November. By Rebecca Di Nuzzo.

No visa, no job, no refund: international students caught in 457 visa scam

Formal investigations are continuing after international students claimed Sydney businessman Eddie Kang cheated them as part of a systematic visa scam. But the Australian Government has been accused of not acting quickly enough. Rebecca Di Nuzzo reports.

Spirits high at the Lord Mayor’s Student Welcome

DESPITE strong winds and pouring rain, the Lord Mayor’s Student Welcome this year was a roaring success. Rebecca Di Nuzzo brings you the action from last Saturday’s event.

Life’s a Gamble: Theatre production sheds light on problem gambling

FOLLOWING the Life’s a Gamble theatre production exploring the issue of problem gambling among young international students, Rebecca Di Nuzzo brings you the backstory of those who turn to gambling when the reality of life in Australia doesn’t pan out.

Celebrate Singapore’s 48th National Day in Melbourne

DRESS up in red and white, start memorising the lyrics to those national day songs, and gear up for a ball of a time this August 9. Rebecca Di Nuzzo tells you how you can take part in Singapore’s National Day celebration in Melbourne this year.

Everything is Illuminated: Gertrude Street Projection Festival 2013

ONCE a year, Fitzroy’s Gertrude Street comes to life with dazzling projections of art played across buildings, laneways and footpaths. Rebecca Di Nuzzo invites you to explore Melbourne in a different light.

Hassle-free ski trips with university clubs and societies

BELIEVE it or not, winter is a season for outdoorsy, energetic endeavours too. As Rebecca Di Nuzzo finds out, from first-timers to student athletes, there’s something for everyone.

Interesting jobs: Magician Simon Coronel shares tricks of the trade

WITH the Melbourne Magic Festival kicking off next week, Rebecca Di Nuzzo catches up with award winning Melbourne based illusionist Simon Coronel about how he got his start in the world of magic.

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