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Early Voting

Early Voting

November 23, 2018

William Ton speaks to early voters ahead of the November 24 election

Regional voters welcome rail upgrade promises

Regional voters welcome rail upgrade promises

November 22, 2018

Ballarat commuters have been promised rail service improvements by both the Labor and Liberal parties. Chelsea Byrne reports.

Greens want 300 new trams for Melbourne

Greens want 300 new trams for Melbourne

November 22, 2018

The Victorian Greens are seeking a major upgrade to Melbourne's tram network in the lead up to this month's state election. Nikita Helm reports.

Greens call for LGBTQI protections

Greens call for LGBTQI protections

November 22, 2018

Debate surrounding laws that allow the discrimination of LGBTQI students and teachers has sparked controversy. The Victorian Greens are calling for inclusion for all. Maddison Wrench reports.

Level crossing removal still divides Carrum

Level crossing removal still divides Carrum

November 22, 2018

It’s been welcomed by some and vindicated by others but everyone agrees that the Victorian level crossing removal project will have a big impact on votes in the state election. James Burgess has more.

The extinction crisis threatening Australian animals

The extinction crisis threatening Australian animals

November 21, 2018

Australia has the highest mammal extinction rate in the world, made worse by declining native habitats, feral cats and a warming climate.

The rise of plastic positivity

The rise of plastic positivity

November 21, 2018

Millions of Australians are turning to cosmetic procedures to enhance their physical appearance. But the pursuit of a better 'look' is not without risk.

Parties remain divided on South Yarra station

Parties remain divided on South Yarra station

November 21, 2018

The future of South Yarra station is a key election issue in tightly contested Prahran with the Government planning to leave the station out of the Metro Tunnel. Ged Shearer reports.

Living in limbo – Jordan’s forgotten refugees

Living in limbo – Jordan’s forgotten refugees

October 23, 2018

The Syrian Civil War has seen more than 600-thousand refugees officially crossing the border into Jordan although authorities estimate the number is double that figure.

Put up your dukes: he’s an MMA man now

Put up your dukes: he’s an MMA man now

October 23, 2018

After failing to make the judo team for the Rio Olympics, Duke Didier looked instead to mixed martial arts.

Finding sound: an invitation to listen closely

Finding sound: an invitation to listen closely

August 24, 2018

Sound is all around us – it is central to our engagement with the world but often we tune out from most of what we hear. Finding Sound is a podcast that explores the sonic world.

Lismore volunteers reimagine the Big Scrub

Lismore volunteers reimagine the Big Scrub

August 24, 2018

Only one percent of the Big Scrub, once eastern Australia's largest subtropical lowland rainforest remains. But volunteer efforts in Lismore are turning wasteland into a subtropical rainforest botanic garden.

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