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Paying the price to stay at home

More adult children are living at home but Hatch reporter Tayla O’Brien found not all agree with paying board.

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The Milo Yiannopoulos experience: a night with the trolls

Hatch reporter Scott Falconer was in for a few shocks when he went to see divisive commentator, Milo Yiannopoulos.

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#Flashback Fridays: Neil McMahon

Hatch reporter Tom Livingstone profiles the industry professionals teaching at Macleay College, for a new series – #FlashbackFridays Macleay College is paving the way for future journalists with innovative, practical and, most importantly, fun teaching methods. The staff are exceptional,

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PHOTOJOURNALISM: Driving diversity on TV

Screen Australia released a study last year pointing out the disparity between the diversity of people in Australia, and those we see on our screens.

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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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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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A man and a woman go into a bar. One of them is funny

Erika Jackson investigates the gender gap in Australia’s comedy scene.

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Abuse rife in media industry, says Tracey Spicer

Sexual abuse in Australia’s media runs far deeper and wider than the accusations aired against former TV presenter Don Burke.

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ARIAS 2017: Who won what?

Hatch was on the red carpet as Australia’s music industry lined up ahead of Tuesday’s ARIA Awards. REPORTING: Montana Duncan – SOCIAL MEDIA: Beau Driscoll – VIDEO: Jasmine Motti

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