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The Herald Sun
Anzac Day 2017: Age shall not weary veteran Tom Randall, 102
When the Japanese started bombing the power station near his barracks in Darwin during World War II, Tom Randall wasn’t sure he’d survive the night.
Unmissable artwork to help find lost loved ones
What do you miss when someone isn’t there, what makes them unmissable? Is it their smell? Their touch? The sound of their voice? Or maybe it’s the way they laugh?
For Tej Chitnis’ loved ones, they miss everything about him.
Artists’ club wants to immortalise Australian impressionists in bronze
One of Melbourne’s oldest artist clubs is calling for Australian impressionists Arthur Streeton, Tom Roberts and Frederick McCubbin to be immortalised in bronze.
Victoria’s International Baccalaureate students receive their results
The goal of most VCE students is to study at a local university, but students who finish the globally recognised International Baccalaureate diploma can look further afield.
Relief, happiness and disappointment as VCE results released
For five excruciating days, Natasha Kennedy resisted the temptation to open her VCE results.
She was one of more than 2000 students who received their results early due to a technical glitch. At first she thought it was a cruel hoax, and then she was prepared to wait.
The AU Abroad
21 things you have to know before you sail Croatia
The AU Review
Album Review: Grimes – Art Angels
Death and I – How common is the fear of death?
More than just a game for refugees – The importance of sport in the resettlement of refugees in Australia.
The period fallacy – Why is there such a taboo surrounding periods?
Young Aboriginal leaders demand change over Elijah Doughty death
International Students’ Wellbeing Overlooked by Universities
Mental Health leaves International students in the dark