LOOKING to get out of the city these holidays? Experience a world of untouched natural beauty in Tasmania and indulge in the culinary delights that Australia’s smallest state has to offer. Stephen Clarke has more.
REFUGEE Week will be celebrated across Australia throughout June and there are many events on around the city that aim to highlight the plight of refugees and welcome them to Australia. Stephen Clarke has more.
FROM Japanese director Sion Sono comes his latest film creation, Tokyo Tribe – a hip-hop/gangster rap musical jam-packed with comedy, martial arts and a colourful futuristic Tokyo. Stephen Clarke has the details on how you win one of three copies of the film!
With the recent success of the hotly anticipated film Mad Max: Fury Road, Stephen Clarke recommends a few essential Australian films for students to sink their teeth into.
WITH Good Beer Week in full swing here in Melbourne, we asked some students what their favourite beers from home were.
DOMESTIC students say some international students aren’t prepared for the academic rigour and linguistic requirements of university life, and poor English language abilities are to blame. Stephen Clarke reports.
INTERESTED in Melbourne’s renowned coffee scene but don’t know where to start? Stephen Clarke runs you through a brief history of Melbourne’s love of coffee and the different ways we drink it.
The 14th annual Audi Festival of German Films is opening in Melbourne this week! Stephen Clarke has seen one of the films and has more on the festival.
THE Overseas Students Ombudsman is seeking to reduce the amount of complaints made by international students by addressing the problems at their core. Stephen Clarke reports.
BEFORE students leave their homes, they can buy a sim card offered by an Australian tech startup in their home country and save searching for the right plan once they arrive in Australia. Stephen Clarke reports.
THE Melbourne Business School sets up its first international headquarters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia as part of a bid to strengthen ties between the school and its Asian partners. Stephen Clarke reports.
STAND-UP comedian Papa CJ is in town for his debut performance at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Hugely popular in India and with numerous accolades under his belt, Papa CJ took the time to talk to Meld about how he got started in comedy.