‘WANT a new bathroom – free???’ an online post reads. It has a spa bath, vanity bench, frameless shower screen and plenty more, and they can all be yours. Welcome to Ziilch.
WITH little more than a month away from exams, here are 10 online learning resources to help you buckle down to studying.
TEDxMelbourne is back in action, attracting leaders, change-makers and visionaries in the area of innovation this October.
HOMESICK for traditional Indonesian food, or wanting inspiration for a South East Asian holiday? Festival of Indonesia is on this weekend and promises to immerse visitors in Indonesian cuisine, music, craft and culture.
A GOOD university education isn’t enough to be successful, says Jamie McIntyre. He shares his thoughts on success and wealth with Meld reporter Steven Tannason.
A STRONG Aussie dollar and sluggish economic conditions in other parts of the world have prompted RMIT to waive application fees for prospective international students.
VOLUNTEERING is one of the best ways to get to know your local community. Meld reporter Steven Tannason shows you five ways you can make a difference to the Carlton community.
METLINK has finally shown Android users some love. Test the new app and tell us what you think.
PREPARING for exams and wondering how to retain all that information? Understanding how your brain works will help you study more effectively, says Melbourne University’s developmental and educational psychology expert Associate Professor Mary Ainley.
INTERNATIONAL students, new and old, gathered at Victoria University Convention Centre on Sunday April 17 for important information on housing, career, safety, student services, cultures, and permanent residency.
ANYONE who has a knack for art, be it photography, painting, digital media, drawing, collages, textiles making, or the likes, is invited to take part in an an art competition organised by Moral Fairground to spread the word about fair trade.
IN OUR news wrap, we give you more than just the headlines. This week, we want to know your thoughts on the Federal Government’s proposed medical research cuts and the recent Facebook comment crises. We also want you to join us in paying tribute to scientific genius Albert Einstein.