Abortion can be a difficult topic to discuss freely. Here, we ask two int’l students to share their views on abortion – along with the reasons behind them.
From podcasts to music and movies to books, here’s what kept Meld’s editorial team occupied and inspired in September.
Get to know Meld’s departing Managing Editor, Erica, with the latest Q&A for our #WeMeld series.
Bored in lockdown? Our editorial team present the movies, music and books that kept them going in August – have a read for their top recommendations!
People use different labels to assert their identities, and you’re most likely familiar with at least some of them. But what if you don’t feel like any label suits you?
SEXtember 2021: Accept and A-Peach-iate is here! Here’s what you can expect to see… and what to read in the meantime.
Enjoy the last few moments of autumn this weekend exploring some contemporary art or going on a tasting adventure at the Turkish Pazar. Meld’s Ysabel has you covered with the event details and more in store.
Looking to bust a few moves while tuning in to some iconic songs or perhaps want to get active with a 10 kilometre group run on the streets of Melbourne? Do all that and more as Tricia brings you this weekend’s must-attend events.
Whether you’re in the mood for some lively festivals or some nature-spotting this weekend, Divya brings you some of the best events around Melbourne to welcome the start of May.
Maybe you’ve been craving noodles and boba lately or perhaps been wanting to visit some insightful exhibitions around the city. This weekend, let Meld’s Claire take you around to do all that plus more!
Segmento Melbourne Italian Festa Credit: Ivan Torres on Unsplash Since a trip to Italy itself may not be on the
From free Salsa classes to community lunches; book markets to penguin viewing at St Kilda, Meld’s Felice guides you on how to keep occupied this cold autumn weekend.