Instagrammers Are Getting Scammed by a Mysterious 'Con Queen'
By imitating film directors, CEOs, and Rupert Murdoch's ex-wife, some unknown woman is duping influencers out of thousands.
How Balinese Skaters Poured Their Own Concrete and Built a Scene
It's the island version of "Dogtown."
A Guy Who's Been Living Off the Grid for 20 Years Explains How to Live Sustainably
I asked the guy living in Sydney's greenest house whether I'm too poor to live off the grid.
Protesters in Kayaks Shut Down the World's Largest Coal Port This Weekend
The Sunday protest planned to block Newcastle harbor with a flotilla of around 100 kayaks and a few hundred people, but they got around 200 kayaks and 2,000 people.
Behind the Rise of Funeral Tourism on the Island of Sulawesi
Traditional funerals often involve grilling pigs with flamethrowers and sacrificing buffaloes by the dozen. Subsequently they've started charging tourists to watch.
What Doing Door-to-Door Social Research Taught Me About Humanity
People are suspicious and impatient. Except for the elderly, who are starving for any kind of human contact.
We Asked Some Schoolies in Bali How They Feel About the Future
Instead of asking about drugs, regrettable tattoos or violence, we asked about marriage, school-reunions and hopes for adulthood.
The Time I Worked at a Byron Bay Chicken Factory
It was low in job satisfaction and high in bright green tumours.
The Time I Watched a Guy Smash Up Abbotsford Centrelink
"I don't imagine he's had much experience with Centrelink because he seems hell-bent on a fight rather than a swindle. That's not the way to get paid in this place."