Who’s been sitting in my seat?

New state legislation targets the global online ticket fraud. Julius Dennis reports on the big challenge to ensure a fair go.

Brunswick calling

Brunswick’s reputation as a bohemian hub is under threat but locals aren’t having a bar of it. Harriet Gledhill reports.

Hard times to shine in the “men’s game”

Such has been the growth of women’s football in recent years, nearly one in three grassroots footballers are now female. But the players have found that this comes at a cost. Matthew Donald reports.

Taking heart to beat the stigma

“Some people think it’s a sign of defeat. I find my scar a sense of victory.” Young people with heart disease speak up on the hurt of misconceptions. Abbey Thorpe reports.

Sex worker fears over US bill

An estimated 100,000 or more Australian “sugar babies” using social networking platforms to conduct business could be among sex workers around the world impacted by a US bill. Rachel Dodemaide reports

The invisible victims of crime

Experts suggest that children and young people carry the burden of a parent’s prison sentence. Caitlyn Quinn reports.

Juggling work and study a struggle

Two-thirds of university students live below the poverty line, according to a recent Australian survey. Tayla Wilson reports.