I rode along with an Australian anti-drug squad as they seized $100,000 worth of weed in Melbourne.
For her most recent series, No Slam Dunks, the photographer is shooting her two favorite things: her pals and empty public spaces.
Last weekend's Jehovah's Witness Convention in Melbourne was a great opportunity to join the insular JW world, even if just for a few hours.
These men need a support group more than they need a movement.
In the global war on drugs women have become the invisible casualties.
Oh great, hipsters are into footy.
Suicide is legal, but assisting suicide is murder. So how does euthanasia advocate Philip Nitschke sell his suicide equipment? According to him, it's for home brewing.
We spoke to Tas Pappas about putting out his version of the story, without any soft, sponsor-pandering bullshit like many of the skate docos that preceded it.
The man behind the pseudonym "Andy Fleming" shows no signs of stopping his fight against white supremacists, even after their continued attempts to unmask him.
We've been name checking snake-hipped Melbourne locals Home Travel for a while now; in fact we can only assume that it was our moving prose that inspired Holland's favourite party master Legowel to remix "My Shadow".
It's that question you ask yourself at 4am—am I happy? Am I, really? We're taking it to different people with different lives. So how do high-rise window cleaners feel about themselves?
On Sunday morning we joined bikies from all around the country as they rallied against new laws that will make it harder for them to hang out and do bikie stuff.
Local favourites Big Scary and beat genius Jonti have teamed up for the track "Slumming it in Paradise". It's mathematically impossible to not like that combination.
Last month, Israel struck a 1.2 million dollar deal with the parents of Melbourne-born Mossad agent. The payout marks the end of the Prisoner X case, which despite having national security implications, did little to capture the attention of Australia.
A lot of Australian rock musicians have started making electronic music in the last few years. Very few have made the transition to club land with such devastating impact as Justin Fuller.
This week we had our monthly VICE Presents parties in Melbourne and Sydney. They were as much fun as you'd expect from putting a bunch of babes, great bands, and free drinks into a room and turn the music up really loud.
We threw two birthday parties last week: a hot and sweaty one in Sydney, and a enormous and leaky one in Melbourne.
Enter here to see NY drug-hop outfit Flatbush Zombies alongside VICE favourites Roland Tings, Straight Arrows, Mining Boom, Raw Prawn, Home Travel, Housewives, and Dodecahedron, as well as DJ sets from Midnight Juggernauts, Halfway Crooks, Roman Wafers an…
The government is flooding the country with economic refugees from Europe, and Aussie battlers are losing out.
In the early 1980s, three sisters from the South Bronx were given instruments by their mum in an attempt to keep them off the streets. The sisters formed ESG, and have spent the past 34 years creating post-punk tinged dub and hip-hop. This month they're t…
Fatti Frances is the exploratory (and by that we mean deeply sexual) R&B project from former Jemima Jemima, the Ancients and Jessica Says drummer Raquel Solier. She's performing in Melbourne this Thursday at our Raised Up Right launch party at Liberty Soc…
Reasons why this show at Hell's Kitchen on Saturday night was bound to be good: Guy and Marcus rarely play; it was Liquid Handcuffs' first show; Jack Mannix was launching a zine and the flyer promised cute boys that were young, hung and dumb.
Usually when a band from Sydney plays Melbourne no one really cares, unless it's Circle Pit. Or, it turns out, Holy Balm. For an icy evening an impressive bunch of people turned up to see these guys at the Liberty Social. In the city. Since Holy Balm make…
Hanging out at Melbourne's music/chess equivalent of Indecent Proposal.