Australia Today

The Wild Life of Toby Zoates: Sydney’s Squatting Movement, Acid, Protests and Art

“I just thought well, ‘I’m alive and I’m gonna go and fucking live’. I’m gonna take life by the throat.”
Lucy A. Jones
an hour ago

‘Dark Side of the Ring’ Merch Has Landed, You Jabronis

Give your wardrobe a “hell yeah” by copping some merch from the hit VICE Studios docuseries.
VICE Staff
4 hours ago

This Vegetable Cookbook Will Inspire You to Put Eggplant in Your Brownies

Hetty Lui McKinnon’s new masterpiece, ‘Tenderheart,’ finds the glorious and tasty intersection of vegetables, family, and community.
Adam Rothbarth
4 hours ago
Astro Guide

Daily Horoscope: June 6, 2023

The moon is in Capricorn.
Annabel Gat
5 hours ago

Basket Case: What to Buy at New Balance, According to Our Editors

New Balance sneakers are modern classics, but there are countless iconic styles to sift through. Here's our list of the cream of the crop.
Nicolette Accardi
5 hours ago

The Best Affordable Luxury Goods for Feeling Rich (on a Budget)

Tuck in with Prada utensils, hydrate with a Miu Miu water bottle, and scrub off your sins with Loewe's soap.
Becca Blasdel
6 hours ago

The VICE Guide to Looking Hot at Renaissance Faires

A fugly brown vest? That’s minstrel shit. Here are the best Renaissance faire outfit ideas for pulling more babes than the King of Gondor.
Mary Frances "Francky" Knapp
7 hours ago
Jeremy Corbyn

‘I Had No Idea’: Corbyn Says He Didn’t Mean To Pose for Selfie With Neo-Nazi

The former Labour leader said he didn't know the man who asked for a selfie after a pro-Julian Assange event in Oslo was far-right agitator Hans Jørgen Lysglimt Johansen.
Tim Hume
9 hours ago

Uber Is Running Bizarre Ads Either For Or Against Congestion Pricing

The ads sound hostile to congestion pricing but Uber claims to support it.
Aaron Gordon
10 hours ago

Russia Says 'Fake' Putin Address Declaring Martial Law Was a 'Hack'

Putin appeared on TV and the radio and urged citizens to flee deeper into Russia.
Matthew Gault
11 hours ago

Arby's Employee Froze to Death in Freezer, Bloodied Hands Trying to Escape

A lawsuit alleges that the freezer door was broken for months and management knew about it. The employee was found dead by her son.
Mack Lamoureux
11 hours ago
Tech news

NASA Finds Organic Molecules in 12 Billion-Year-Old Galaxy, and a Mystery

The James Webb Space Telescope spotted complex organic molecules in a galaxy that existed only 1.5 billion years after the birth of the universe.
Becky Ferreira
11 hours ago