What’s yours is mine – or is it?

When Nadine Leopold strolled down the catwalk at the Victoria’s Secret fashion show in Shanghai last month, there was a collective intake of breath among onlookers.

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Profile: Matuse Peace, “human being, artist”

Matuse Peace describes himself as a travelling stranger passing through life – a life he fills with creativity and spiritual enlightenment. Matuse is an actor, a lyricist, a visual artist, an educator and a student.

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Pearl Harbour 76th anniversary

Today marks the 76th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbour.

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Crash victims’ legacy saving young lives

The grief and regret of accident survivors have proved a powerful tool in reducing death and injury among young drivers.

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Ten apps to help you manage your life

New applications for Android and iPhone smartphones come out all the time – so which ones would students put in their top 10? Alanah Hallam has been finding out. Mobile devices are the ubiquitous tool of the 21st century. According

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The cost of fashion at our fingertips

Online shopping has completely changed the way we shop.  With Amazon’s long-anticipated launch in Australia this week there is an even greater expectation that people will choose to shop from home rather than visit retail stores.

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Managing your online life after you die

Social media platforms are an increasingly central part of our lives – used to check the news, shop, relax and communicate.

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A dance night with a difference

Once a month Fitzroy Town Hall in Melbourne comes alive with laughter and quick steps from a very special group of dancers.

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Second Test: Australia survives scare to win Ashes thriller

Australia is one win away from reclaiming the Ashes after beating a resurgent England by 120 runs.

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Review: Tash Sultana, Home Coming

The past year has been huge for rising star Tash Sultana, not only domestically but on an international level.

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