FEATURES

Back to homepage

#FlashbackFridays: Corinne Podger

Hatch reporter Tom Livingstone lifts the lid on the early careers of the media professionals at Macleay College, in #FlashbackFridays

Read More

GALLERY: The Rainbow Walk

Sydney-siders are showing their support for the same-sex marriage YES vote, by coming together in a blaze of colour. 

Read More

A hiding to nothing – why League’s coaches have tumbled

Rugby League guru Phil Gould speaks to Hatch’s Troy Whittaker about the tough life of NRL coaches. 

Read More

VIDEO: Cake queen’s recipe for success

Cake maker and decorator, Daniella Boutros, speaks to Hatch about how she overcame adversity to build a successful business and media career.

Read More

Internet kills the TV star

At the turn of the century Australians had limited choice when deciding what to watch. But less than two decades later, with Pay TV, streaming services and a multitude of online content, audiences are spoilt for choice.

Read More

Plastic (not so) fantastic

Plastic is a problem across the globe but there are people at a grassroots level who are trying to make a difference, at least to their patch of the planet, writes SAM BESGROVE.

Read More

Employment for ex-prisoners

Ex-prisoners find it increasingly difficult to get a job, Hatch reporter Nikolina Matijevic looks at the different prejudices ex-offenders face in getting re-employed.

Read More

VIDEO: A guide to casual racism

Is Australia a racist country? Watch as Hatch’s Jameel Khan meets with seven Australians from different racial backgrounds and aims to find out – Jameel Khan

Read More

Tasmania is ready to boogie

More than 240 couples will waltz, cha cha and quickstep into Launceston Silverdome this weekend for the annual Tasmanian Open Dancesport Championships.

Read More