Five Nights at Freddy’s: more than just a horror game

With Halloween around the corner, it’s time to get spooky.

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#FlashbackFridays: Corinne Podger

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

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Behind the voice of Nas Campanella

In a blue and white floral dress, complimented with teapot earrings, Nas Campanella stepped out of the taxi and walked with confidence, making friendly conversation.

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Persistence and pestering: Katherine Gillespie

Getting a start in the journalism industry can be very difficult but Katherine Gillespie says never to let that dishearten you.

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Weekly news wrap – Stuff you may have missed

See Melbourne and die? A historic proposal to legalise euthanasia morning passed through the lower house of the Victorian parliament this morning after  a 26-hour  debate. The bill must now be approved by the Victorian Senate before the state can

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Worlds 2017: Longzhu Gaming vs. Samsung Galaxy

Matt Buchanan has the first match report on the League of Legends “Worlds” quarter-finals in Guangzhou, China.

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NSW law attempts to put scalpers to the sword

New South Wales has passed landmark legislation to become the first Australian state to ban ticket scalping bots.

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Trans-cendant – does the T still have a place in LGB-etc?

The director of Marriage Equality Australia, Tim Peppard, caused a stir last week when he referred to the trans community as “sensitive”.

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League of what? A (not so) brief rundown of “Worlds 2017”

Matt Buchanan explains the eSports phenomenon, League of Legends, ahead of the World Championship quarter-finals in Guangzhou, China.

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Young and unskilled face toughest labour market

Finding a job has become harder than ever for inexperienced and unqualified young Australians.

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