Impeachment Proceedings in Brazil go ahead.

Brazilian President Dilma Roussef has lost the first round of proceedings surrounding her impeachment today in the lower house. The first vote passed in...

Australian’s to learn languages early

10, 000 pre-school students across Australia will start learning a second language through an app the Federal Education Minister, Senator Simon Birmingham, has said...

Earthquake hits Ecuador

An earthquake of magnitude 7.8 hit Ecuador near the town of Muisne on Saturday evening, the deadliest so far, having been felt as far as neighbouring...

Mental health is real and it is threatening the Australian youth

One quarter of young people in Australia experience a mental health problem at some point in their life, yet 50 per cent of those...

When gigs go ‘All Wrong’

Why we should talk about The Story So Far and fans' safety at gigs. I went in my first mosh pit when I was thirteen...

Australian music industry gets more revenue this year!

The Australian music industry seems to have increased their luck this year, as compared to the past three years. New figures recorded by the...

Medicinal Cannabis Legal in Victoria

  The Andrews-led Labor Government has made Victoria the first state in Australia to legalise medicinal cannabis for patients with exceptional circumstances. The Access to Medicinal...

Review: The Jungle Book (2016)

  "This is the law of the jungle, as old and as true as the sky, And the wolf that shall keep it may prosper, but...

Behind closed curtains:

  On March 14th 2016, thousands of heated protesters took to the streets of Brazil and joined one the biggest anti-government rallies against President Dilma...

Injured Penguin Survives the Attack

The penguin injured from the violent attack at the St Kilda Pier on Good Friday morning has been seen still alive.   Terry Lobert, president for...

Panama Papers Rock Global Politics and Finance

The Panama Papers is the biggest leak of documents in financial history. The saga rages on after red-handed Icelandic Prime Minister Sigmundur Gunnlaugsson officially resigned...

We Just Need Some Space

Plans for a campus to be opened on the moon have been orbiting the academic board, where Monash’s high authorities have given the go-ahead...