The idea of paying twenty dollars an hour for your twelve-year-old to get lessons in Fortnite might not be a ridiculous as you think.
Georgia Siciliano reviews Lucy Peach’s show ‘How to Period Like a Unicorn’. Coming to the Melbourne Comedy Festival in April!
In the age of ‘alternative facts’ can we trust anything?
BY Joy Ong How would you describe your style? I like to reflect bits of my personality through my art. Most of my paintings are surrealistic. I use soft […]
BY Joy Ong Great success is often accompanied by pressure and expectations. What has your exposure been like to mental health issues such as body dysmorphia, depression and anxiety? There’s […]
BY Joy Ong At fourteen years old, Fleur Robinson left school to chase her dreams. Nowadays, she spends her time balancing ballet practises and international performances, all whilst trying to […]
BY Selina Bell On average, five dogs will die every week on the racetrack in Australia. On top of this incredulous number, thousands are injured each year due to the […]
BY Joy Ong Do you have a class clown in your English class? Or maybe you’re the class clown? The Melbourne International Comedy Festival is calling on all young and […]
BY Joy Ong Seventeen-year-old makeup artist, Mattias Alvemalm, is breaking his own way into the makeup industry. With his fleeked brows and perfect wings, he inspires everyone who encounters his […]
BY Evie Jepp Looking for easy and thoughtful presents for your family and friends this Christmas? Read below for some inexpensive gift ideas. Macramé Plant Hangers Macramé looks beautiful both […]