Fifty years ago, Rodney Fox survived one of the world’s worst non-fatal shark attacks and not only lived to tell the tale but continued to become one of the sharks’ best advocates - he lead the world’s first tourism shark cage dive and contributed to hundreds of shark films, including cult-film 'JAWS'.
Happy Valley is an exciting new design/book/art shop located in the heart of Collingwood at 294 Smith Street, featuring a large selection of Australian designers. Personally curated by owner Chris Crouch, Happy Valley stocks a wonderful range of art prints, a wide selection of books, cool designs and artful oddities from home and abroad.
Talking to Andrew Lorimer-Derham fills you with energy and positive ‘can do’ vibes – it’s inspiring to meet someone who truly is changing the world by changing perceptions, one day at a time...
A wave of Australian entrepreneurs are taking on the Big Apple in a bid to achieve their dreams, writes Ainslie Chandler.
Shreya Sen looks forward to the day when she's having a drink at a Sydney bar and is not interrogated about her ancestry in the lame form of a pick-up line. But that day seems all too far away.
Our social lives have become flooded with social media; but how far is ‘too far’ when it comes to living online? Chelsea Clugston finds out.
Should young Australians be concerned about their government debt? The answer is yes, according to Sean Jacobs and Jordan Shopov.
Adelaide has been hailed a ‘top 10 city’ to visit in 2014 by one of the world’s leading travel authorities, Lonely Planet. Having undergone a huge transformation in recent years, Adelaide is showing Australia, and the world, that it has so much to offer.
Holocaust survivor Halina Wagowska is one of the last remaining survivors of the Auschwitz and Stutoff concentration camps. She chats with Emily Woods about the dark period that is the current state of Australia’s asylum seeker policy.
Disability advocates have launched a fundraising campaign to help pull 7,500 young Australians with high care needs out of aged care homes across the country. Aneeka Simonis reports.
Look beyond the jibes about Australia’s ‘seventh state’ and you’ll find that the jovial face of the ANZAC bond has a dark side, writes Grace Edwards. It has allowed legislative changes, drastically restricting the rights of many New Zealanders living in Australia, to fly under the radar for over a decade.