The government has released a review of the employment services system. The scathing indictment has found the current system doesn’t serve the interests of jobseekers or employers.
Two education researchers argue it is important we don’t let ‘curriculum wars’ distract us from the other issues hurting Australian schools and education.
We argue for an orderly transition from ‘timber mining’ to managed forestry in the tropics. Here’s a five-step plan to improve forest fates, with benefits for the climate, biodiversity and people.
Zora Simic has never been married, nor wanted to. She assesses two new books about feminism and marriage – Clementine Ford’s polemic against it and Rachael Lennon’s history of its reformation.
More than 450 Palestinians have been killed in the West Bank since the start of the year, the most since 2005.
Before AI becomes widespread in health care, we need to ask what matters to consumers.
Average prices fell in October, driven down by dives in the price of petrol and overseas travel, and an increase in Commonwealth Rent assistance.
New emissions projections bode well for Australia’s climate efforts – but our fossil fuel exports continue apace.
A COP regular worries about a conflicted host and a lack of trust.
A recent study found one billion people are likely to die prematurely by the end of the century from climate change. Here are seven energy policies that could save their lives.
The public release of the chatbot has led to a global conversation about the risks and benefits of AI – a conversation few people were having just a few years ago.
The Public Interest Journalism Fund became a lightning rod for disinformation well before Winston Peters likened it to ‘bribery’. Policy making has already been compromised as a result.
Since ChatGPT was released a year ago, we have been asking Australian university students and academics about their use of generative AI.
The Climate statement, prepared by departmental officials, will be released by the Minister for Climate and Energy Chris Bowen on Thursday with updated security warnings.
For decades, scientists have tried to uncover the cause of long-term changes in Earth’s biodiversity. New simulations point at geography playing a critical role.
Two antiviral drugs are available in Australia, but one is prescribed more routinely. Here’s what you need to know as we navigate the eighth COVID wave.
Australia’s clean energy transition cannot succeed unless the government opens debate and decision-making to many more voices.
New independent Aussie film Christmess is emotionally engrossing and satisfying in its combination of melancholy tinged with the vague outlines of hope.
A major new history of the Australian novel is shaped by the recent renaissance in Indigenous writing, but there are some notable omissions.
Talking about plans for childbearing is still seen as a taboo.