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Roving reporter Rikki speaks to John Marsden and literary prizewinners Raeden Richardson and Steph Bowe.
Roving reporter Jordana interviewed her sister about her recovery from Bulimia.
Environment reporter Alexandra talks to a young woman about her work experience with Victorian endangered animals.
Roving reporter Lauren witnessed a great debate between young and old about respect for seniors.
Arts & music reporter Ruth learned music industry secrets at the 3rd annual Face the Music conference.
Health reporter Elisa attended this event at Fed Square, spreading the message about family violence.
Laura, the new Victorian representative for National Youth Week, shares a bit about her background to date.
Roving reporter Rachael headed to the G with 400 fellow young people to celebrate their capacity for changing the world.
Roving reporter Rashid talks to Azhar Uzman, one third of the hilarious Islamic comedy troupe.
Arts & music reporter Ruth talks to Melbourne's Brighter at Night about EP releases and pineapples.
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