Australian smokers are set to pay about $33 USD for a packet of cigarettes by 2020. We asked some of Melbourne's smokers if that was reason enough to quit.
Since Video Vision announced it was closing, customers have delivered chocolates and cards and some have even choked up at the front desk.
After the San Bernardino shootings and the tragic terrorist attacks in Paris, I asked some of my friends, who have dabbled in extremism, what the draw is for so many young muslims.
Mostly Australia lived up to its global reputation as the world's largest trailer park.
After the Danish company made it clear they didn't want to be associated with political art, Ai Weiwei sought out some alternative options.
Turns out the problems caused by drugs are dwarfed by the carnage caused by booze.
People are suspicious and impatient. Except for the elderly, who are starving for any kind of human contact.
An investigation of the ecenomics, greed, and general opportunism that drives stupid rent.
It was the largest climate action of its kind in Australia's history, and the first led by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth.
There was yelling and violence, then all the protesters marched to the park for a provocative pork sausage BBQ.
Last night a French expatriate named Laura Laffitte held a vigil at Federaton Square, just as she'd done for the Charlie Hebdo murders.
You might not associate Australia with porn, but we do our bit. I spent a day on a Melbourne porn set to see how the producers do everything, including the catering.
Ahead of their IPF show, we spoke to Mossless photobook founder Romke Hoogwaerts about the enduring presence of print.
We asked around Melbourne to find out.
A night on Melbourne's Chapel Street isn't always nice, but it does make tackiness appealing.
With a bunch of reviews from Google Maps, I set out to defend the worst spots in town.
The government has signalled support for a bill that priorities safe access to medical treatment over the right to protest.
Can Fiona Patten's bill stop a 20-year protest?
Australian Rick Baker splits his time between LA and his homeland, moving every time the weather turns cold.
You know the look instantly: Unpolished timber, peeling paint, some Edison lightbulbs, and a slew of plastic crates picked up for nothing from an alley somewhere.
The group is made up of volunteers who hand out high-calorie meal packs, clothes, and sanitary products to Melbourne's homeless.
Andrew McConnell—the chef behind Melbourne's restaurant empire that includes Supernormal, Cumulus Inc., and Cutler & Co.—has a night out on the town that includes eel tempura, caviar waffles, and lots of drinks.
As it turns out, the majority of people contesting fare-evasion fines win their cases.
Nick Tolewski was in his early teens when he started taking photos of the Thomastown Sharps.