Roving reporter Mabel looks at living at home with your folks & how to make it work.
Four young people talk about their time as international exchange students.
Engage! grants can help young people to get involved in their communities.
Roving reporter Rajat explains the basics of doing uni through distance education.
Hands up if you want a free ticket to the Melbourne Career Expo!
The ATO app has just updated, with all-new functions and information.
Check-in helps you check in with your friends if you're worried about them.
Get unleashed & nominate a young changemaker for the Made in Vic Award!
Be part of the largest annual survey of young people in Australia.
Have your say on ways to improve things for cyclists in Victoria.
NAIDOC Week celebrates the continuing history of Indigenous Australians.
Help the YDAS Steering Committee advocate for disability rights.
Don't forget to think about privacy when using your phone or tablet!
Take the ID Theft Test to find out how vulnerable your personal information is & how you can protect it better.
Here's your chance to work hands-on with a tradie in a workshop-on-wheels near you.
Share your experience & help improve treatment for young people's mental health.
The Heywire competition is looking for stories from young people in regional Australia.
Check out this free app with info about sexting, sex and consent, and cyberbullying.
Last year's top VCE students share their tips for success in your final year of school.
This app's advice and email templates can help make your renting experience easier.
The Sorter app can help with advice on sex, love, family, cash, study & more.
This new resource can help sort your finances or solve your money problems.
The rise of apps that target young people could encourage them to become the next generation of gamblers.
We've got five (count 'em, five) new roving reporters on our team that we would ever so much like you to meet!
Anyone can be a bully stopper - bullying can stop within 10 seconds when people take positive action immediately.
20-year-old Jan-Lee from Glen Waverley's Youth Central logo design was picked from nearly 60 entries.
We put the call out for designs for a nice new logo. Now the voting has closed and the results are in.
Anti-Hate is a new product that anyone can use to fight back against discrimination.
Recycling is an easy way to do your environmental bit, but are you getting your recycling right?
youthcentral readers share their best and most effective study and exam tips - dip in and see what they've got to say!
Check out this new online resource for Victorian volunteers, featuring a handy volunteer matchmaker tool.
Check out this online game about the perils of binge drinking. Can you make it safely through Saturday night?
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