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The Capitol open for business with Agnés Varda retrospective

One of the first seasons to feature at the revitalised Capitol will feature films by the “grandmother of the French New Wave”, celebrated filmmaker Agnés Varda.

Bees can link symbols to numbers: study

We’ve learned bees can understand zero and do basic maths, and now a new study shows their tiny insect brains may be capable of connecting symbols to numbers.

Marion's ceiling shines again

The revitalisation of Melbourne’s Capitol has provided an opportunity to revisit the feminist history of architect Marion Mahony Griffin and her contribution to the iconic building.

The Capitol reclaims its place as a Melbourne cultural icon

Following a multi-million-dollar refurbishment, The Capitol has reopened today as a contemporary destination for culture, education and innovation.

DISRUPT: Mapping the future of Melbourne through stories

A collective storytelling project held as part of Melbourne Knowledge Week (20-26 May) is inviting participants to take over a 20-metre wall to disrupt the streets with their dreams of the city.

Future journalists from regional areas share scholarships

Seven aspiring journalists from regional areas have received scholarships worth up to $40,000 each.

Bill Shorten says everything is going up except your wages. Is he correct?

RMIT ABC Fact Check investigates Opposition Leader Bill Shorten’s claim that “everything going up except your wages.”

Next gen students broadcast federal election

In an Australian first, RMIT students are producing a national student election broadcast in collaboration with students from more than 20 universities around the country.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says an electric vehicle can't tow a boat or trailer. Is he correct?

RMIT ABC Fact Check investigates Scott Morrison's claim that electric vehicles can't tow a boat or trailer.

Fact Check: Is the Coalitions' new spending on climate change worth just four weeks of keeping Christmas Island open?

Fact Check investigates Richard Di Natale's claim that the Coalition spent almost as much to keep Christmas Island open in the previous four weeks as they will spend in new money over the next four years on climate change.

Building urban climate resilience in the Solomon Islands

The informal settlements of Honiara are home to almost half the city’s population. The complex challenges of these vulnerable urban communities call for tailored, multi-faceted solutions.

Fact Check: Labor leader Bill Shorten says the number of apprenticeships has slumped since the Coalition took office. Is he correct?

RMIT ABC Fact Check investigates Labor Leader Bill Shorten's claim that the number of apprenticeships have slumped.

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