THE Foo Fighters could be playing on a Melbourne tram, if Tram Sessions’ co-founder Nick Wallberg gets his way. Amanda Yap reports.
DO you study better at home or elsewhere? Meld reporter Amanda Yap speaks to students to find out what your pet peeves are when it comes to studying in the library.
VICTORY went to Malaysia and Indonesia in the men’s and women’s basketball divisions respectively in the first ever ASEAN games held in Melbourne, with Malaysian Benjamin Sim taking home the Most Valuable Player Award.
THE Fair Work Ombudsman has launched a new range of translated resources to help people from diverse cultural backgrounds understand Australia’s Fair Work system. Amanda Yap reports.
WILLEM Dafoe stars in a new Australian psychological thriller set in the Tasmanian wilderness. It may lack action at times, but this suspenseful film builds to a shocking climax.
THE Victorian Government has announced that by 2013, myki will be the only way passengers can pay for public transport on Melbourne’s trains, trams and buses. But is this a good thing? Amanda Yap reports.
THE Economist Magazine has calculated Melbourne to be the world’s best city to live in. Do you agree? Amanda Yap reports.
THE Transport Ticketing Authority has issued a warning to those considering buying a second-hand myki, saying they may be faulty or misleadingly advertised.
A CAMPAIGN has been launched calling for concession tickets on public transport to be available to all students. Amanda Yap reports.
WHAT you say matters – and Dan Ednie would know better than anyone else. He’s helped countless international and Australian students engage one another through a weekly language exchange program.
AUSTRALIA’S annual film event Melbourne International Film Festival kicks off today! Meld reporter Amanda Yap brings you some of the highlights.
ACCORDING to the 2010/2011 QS World University Rankings by Subject, Australian universities excel in psychology, geography, modern languages and philosophy.