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Neelima Choahan is a journalist at The Age, covering general news and is passionate about social issues.

Women brewing up a storm
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Women brewing up a storm

Women are getting into the ancient art of beer making.

  • by Neelima Choahan

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How Buffy the guide dog changed Mahnya's life
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How Buffy the guide dog changed Mahnya's life

Legally blind, Mahnya Smith has found new mobility and confidence with her guide dog, Buffy.

  • by Neelima Choahan
US missile strikes on Syria: What we know so far

US missile strikes on Syria: What we know so far

The United States, Britain and France are carrying out airstrikes in Syria.

  • by Neelima Choahan & Goya Dmytryshchak
Minister calls in administrators on 'incompetent' disability home where patient was abused
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Minister calls in administrators on 'incompetent' disability home where patient was abused

A state-funded disability home where at least one resident was sexually and physically abused multiple times will be placed into administration.

  • by Miki Perkins & Neelima Choahan
Channel Nine's 60 Minutes show distressed, dying animals on board

Channel Nine's 60 Minutes show distressed, dying animals on board

Footage aired on national television on Sunday shows disturbing scenes of sheep suffering during multiple voyages of live animal export to the Middle East.  

  • by Neelima Choahan
Orderly to sue Frankston Hospital after being injured helping security

Orderly to sue Frankston Hospital after being injured helping security

An orderly who was required to help security guards control violent patients is planning to sue Frankston Hospital after being injured at work.

  • by Neelima Choahan
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Melbourne weather: Thousands hit by power cuts as temperature soars
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Melbourne weather: Thousands hit by power cuts as temperature soars

The hot and humid weather will continue for another day.

  • by Joe Hinchliffe, Neelima Choahan
Honda turns to Facebook in bid to recall potentially deadly Takata airbags

Honda turns to Facebook in bid to recall potentially deadly Takata airbags

Honda Australia is partnering with Facebook to find customers who may be driving around with a faulty airbag that could prove deadly.

  • by Neelima Choahan
No country for women: family farms are tough soil for daughters to grow as farmers

No country for women: family farms are tough soil for daughters to grow as farmers

Katherine Bain has dirt in her veins. The deep, red dirt that gets into everything; the deep, red dirt of her family's sheep farm in Victoria's west.

  • by Neelima Choahan
Furry friends putting best paw forward for the Midsumma Carnival Dog show

Furry friends putting best paw forward for the Midsumma Carnival Dog show

Paws are up in the Midsumma Festival's favourite dog show in the fight for the title of cutest bitch and sexiest stud.

  • by Neelima Choahan
Shopping for Christmas: Millennials and Baby Boomers have a lot in common

Shopping for Christmas: Millennials and Baby Boomers have a lot in common

Research found that 62 per cent of Millennials are stressed about the cost of Christmas financially.

  • by Neelima Choahan