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Victoria is making it easier for trans people to change their birth certificates

Victoria is making it easier for trans people to change their birth certificates

Josh TaylorSep 23, 20165 Comments

Proposed changes to birth certificate law will make it easier for trans and gender-diverse people living in Victoria.

Update: Celtic Club members vote to sell premises

Update: Celtic Club members vote to sell premises

Sally WhyteSep 21, 2016

Should the Melbourne Celtic Club sell up to developers?

The likely winners and losers from Conroy's dramatic exit

The likely winners and losers from Conroy's dramatic exit

Ben ChieflySep 21, 20163 Comments

Speculation mounts around the two vacancies that will be open from the first of October, writes Labor insider Ben Chiefly.

What will Conroy's departure mean for Shorten's leadership?

What will Conroy's departure mean for Shorten's leadership?

Ben ChieflySep 19, 20168 Comments

Stephen Conroy's shock departure from Parliament has left the Victorian Labor Party on the hop. Will the "Stability Pact" to placate Left and Right factions remain without the Right's "factional Dalek"? Labor insider Ben Chiefly gets the goss.

More grisly greyhound experiments come to light in Melbourne

More grisly greyhound experiments come to light in Melbourne

Bernard KeaneSep 5, 20165 Comments

Medical experimentation on greyhounds continues in Melbourne, with researchers guaranteed dogs by the Victorian government's refusal to shut down the greyhound exploitation industry.

To catch a thief: who stole Picasso's Weeping Woman (part 2)?

To catch a thief: who stole Picasso's Weeping Woman (part 2)?

Angus SmithSep 1, 20161 Comment

The theft of Picasso’s Weeping Woman from the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) remains one of their most mysterious in Australia's art history. In the second part of this series, freelance journalist Angus Smith enters the refined world of high art to try to solve the crime.

The spectacular fall of Jane Garrett, Daniel Andrews' main rival

The spectacular fall of Jane Garrett, Daniel Andrews' main rival

Ben ChieflySep 1, 20168 Comments

How did it all go so terribly wrong within Victorian Labor? Labor insider Ben Chiefly explores the divisions within the Labor Left.

To catch a thief: who stole Picasso's Weeping Woman?

To catch a thief: who stole Picasso's Weeping Woman?

Angus SmithAug 31, 20167 Comments

For the police who investigated the crime, the theft of Picasso’s Weeping Woman from the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) remains one of their most mysterious and baffling unsolved cases. Freelance journalist Angus Smith enters the refined world of high art to try to solve the crime.

Labor branch stacking becomes an arms race, with Stability Pact a possible casualty of war

Labor branch stacking becomes an arms race, with Stability Pact a possible casualty of war

Ben ChieflyAug 23, 20166 Comments

The Conroy-aligned Right faction and Carr-aligned Left faction have daggers drawn in Victorian Labor. And Kim Carr could be the first casualty. Labor insider Ben Chiefly gives a behind-the-curtain look at the machinations of Victorian Labor.

Should Melbourne golf courses be turned into urban forests?

Should Melbourne golf courses be turned into urban forests?

Alan DaviesAug 3, 20162 Comments

The pros and cons of re-purposing city golf courses.

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