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6 things Melburnians hate about Melbourne

Melbourne is revered for its cafe culture, its quality coffee, and its weaving, art-filled laneways. It has held the title of the world’s most liveable city six times, but despite the accolades, there are six things Melburnians love to hate about their city. 1.  Public transport and myki There is nothing Melburnians hate more than…

Peak hour overcrowding rife on Melbourne trains

Overcrowding on Melbourne trains is on the rise during the morning peak, according to a new Public Transport Victoria (PTV) survey. PTV’s annual “Metropolitan Train Load Standards Survey Report” showed a 9% increase in morning peak congestion from 2015 to 2016. Across the six years surveyed, overcrowding has risen from 42 trains over capacity in 2011,…

Radio News Bulletin (3:30pm, 10/5/16)

Here is today’s 3:30pm radio news bulletin produced by RMIT Journalism and Professional Communication students. I was the Executive Producer of this particular bulletin and found it to be a really challenging, yet valuable, experience. While the final product isn’t perfect, we were able to get a taste of what it’s like to be in a newsroom.   (First published on RMIT’s City Journal)