Storms, flooding and other climate-related events highlight the urgent need for a national managed retreat framework. Past experiences suggests it will involve many challenges.
With euthanasia laws proliferating around the world, Caitlin Mahar’s The Good Death Through Time is a valuable exploration of the history of our shifting views on dying well.
Several companies are in the process of commercialising invasive brain-computer interfaces, including Synchron, Neuralink and Precision Neuroscience.
Australia’s education system is not doing that well in correcting for the disadvantage students face in the classroom.
Both of the leading manufacturers have extensive links with the Chinese Communist Party, but it’s unclear whether they’d ever send data from Australia to China.
News Corps announcement that it would cut 1 in 20 jobs is bad news for journalism, but does not necessarily mean the end of the company’s papers.
Professor Mark Scott AO was last week appointed the new chair of The Conversation board. Scott is the Vice Chancellor of the University of Sydney and was previously Managing Director of the ABC.
The Home Affairs and Immigration Ministers Clare O'Neil and Andrew Giles have announced that people on TPV and SHEV Visas will be eligible to apply
Less than a quarter of disability services who responded to a workforce survey employed people with disability.
Electric cars are now appearing on Australian roads. But can electric utes meet the more exacting needs of our tradies?
The initiatives come amid a spate of publicity about the problems in Alice Springs and elsewhere in the Northern Territory
A cholera outbreak, a harsh winter, ten years of civil war and obstruction from the Syrian government are some of the difficulties faced by aid agencies.
ChatGPT threatens to change writing as we know it. But the Mesopotamians, who lived 4,000 years ago in modern-day Iraq, went through this kind of seismic change before us, when they invented writing.
The Reserve Bank of Australia tips economic growth to slow, inflation to remain high, spending to stagnate, unemployment to increase and real wages to fall further.
The manosphere may not strictly be centred on misogyny, but in young men’s search for connection, truth, control, and community at a time where all are increasingly uncertain and ill-defined.
The Super Bowl is more than a game — it’s an ecosystem of parties, the halftime show, the ads and 100 million people watching despite the sport’s ugly and dangerous side.
If environmental harm wrought by the port cannot be addressed, the project should not be allowed to proceed.
Today you are probably more likely to gift chocolates than fish.
Amid global a crisis, China rises to save the world – while Western countries descend into chaos.
The Albanese government has promised a centre for disease control. Its main focus has to be health equity for disadvantaged groups.