We Went Deep on That Whole 'Razor Blades on Waterslides' Rumour
Is there any truth to this summer horror story, or is it just an urban myth?
Porn Stars Tell Us What They Think About During Sex
"It’s very easy for a lot of mundane thoughts to pop into my head: 'what type of pizza will I get after this? Do I have beers at home?'"
Let's Meet Some of Milo's Australian Supporters
Who the fuck pays money to see this guy?
We Tested Four Types of Chop-Chop So You Can Buy the Best
Your guide to Australia's cheapest, fakest cigarettes.
What it's Like Putting out Oil Fires Lit by Retreating IS Fighters
VICE reporter Chris Shearer takes us to Iraq where he learned the dangers and frustrations of war-time firefighting.
We Asked a Manus Island Detainee Whether the US Deal Has Offered Hope
"It's a dangerous thing to be happy or to feel hope. The system will burn your hope and then you with it."
Melbourne Uni's Student Union Will Soon Hand out Free Drug Testing Kits
The drug kits, also known as reagent kits, will come with information on possession laws and rights, as well as advice on staying safe.
We Asked a Manus Island Detainee Where They Will Go Now
VICE's sources inside the PNG detention centre know it's been ruled illegal, but they aren't getting any answers about where they are headed next
Five Years in Jail Seems Low for Murdering Manus Island Detainee Reza Barati
Two PNG guards were convicted for the 2014 murder on Tuesday. Another detainee told VICE he's unsurprised they were let off so lightly.
A Day With the Squatters Protesting Melbourne's Housing Crisis
This was a house acquired to build the city's East-West freeway, which was later scrapped. Now the Homeless Persons' Union of Victoria has moved in, arguing empty homes should be used.
Seventy-Six Asylum Seekers Have Signed a Letter Pleading not to Be Resettled in PNG
"Everyone see poverty, loneliness and death out there in Papua New Guinea. PNG is a terrible nightmare."
What I Learned About Surviving as a Freelance Journalist in Iraq
Earlier this year Chris Shearer hopped an unsurprisingly cheap flight from Melbourne to ISIS-ravaged northern Iraq, where he hoped to learn the ropes of war journalism.