The Turnbull Government announced funding cuts of university and an increase of the university fees.

Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/8NJcVGJeIu0 Welcome: Your first projectCreate bar charts The Turnbull Government announced funding cuts of university and an increase of the university fees.   The government was acknowledged as keeping targeting on young people, which was leading to a protest … Continue reading The Turnbull Government announced funding cuts of university and an increase of the university fees.

Is project Play Me, I’m Yours still working healthy in Melbourne?

Is project Play Me, I’m Yours still working healthy in Melbourne? Reported by Han Jin  Toby Gould and the only piano in Arts Center Melbourne. Photo by Han Jin   The international program “Play Me, I’m Yours” – free piano lessons was held again in Melbourne during the April 2017.   As a project which was for attracting people to feel welcome to the Arts Center Melbourne earlier now become an event to encourage spontaneous playing, said Toby Gould, the Visitor Experience Team Leader of Arts Center Melbourne.   The idea of “Play Me, I’m Yours” was first created and … Continue reading Is project Play Me, I’m Yours still working healthy in Melbourne?

Would be more retail or less retail in Chapel St precinct?

The famous fashion street Chapel Street does not have its own personality in recent years. There are little changes happened on Chapel Street after the Chapel reVision carrying on. People would like to give some advice to local community for upgrading this street.   There was no big change on this street. Chapel Street was quite basic area for shopping and living, but it was not as special and attractive as it used to be; and traffic was very congested, said a residence that lives down this street. Congested traffic on Chapel St   “I would hope so, but I … Continue reading Would be more retail or less retail in Chapel St precinct?

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The first Cat Café in Australia was relocated in Melbourne city in late July. Naita Loughran, the one of the owners, originally opened this first Cat Café with her partner in July 2014. Naita Loughran was stroking her cat in Cat Café.   Mhairi Roberts from RSPCA said that RSPCA would consider the conditions of the people who want to adopt a cat. They would do everything they can to help as many cats enter shelter and get the second chance. The 16 cats from this Cat Café were all adopted from different welfare organisations. Most of the cats were … Continue reading News Story 1

  Safety on campus have been a problem that almost everyone’s concern for the recent few days. However, Monash students hold different point of views of safety issues on campus. IT student Natalie said: “There should be more security guys on campus.” Continue reading