Walk a mile in my tattoos

Despite increased popularity, the social stigma regarding body art remains, especially for people who are heavily tattooed. Sasha Lahen-Kempas reports.

How Netflix makes or breaks the movies

With 100 million plus subscribers, it could be assumed that Netflix opens up the global film market to audiences around the world. However, the American entertainment company might be doing more harm than good, writes Isobelle Caterer.

OZ African TV’s Dorcas Utkovic

“As a journalist, producer or anything along those lines, you really have to love it or eventually you just drop off when things get hard. And trust me it does get hard.” OZ African TV’s Dorcas Utkovic speaks to Gemma Rowley.

Al Karama perseveres after war

Meet the people of a dusty town in Jordan’s Fertile Crescent, half a century after it was largely destroyed in battle between Israeli, PLO and Jordanian forces. Swinburne and University of Technology Sydney students on a foreign correspondent study tour report.

Bowling back from the brink

Doctors thought Mark Simcocks, owner of Melbourne’s first bowling alley, would be wheelchair-bound after a stroke. Partly blind, he taught himself to bowl backwards and still get a strike. Travis Medhurst reports.