Schooling should be about individual student needs and their pipelines to success, within a whole school approach to challenge sexism.
Australia is held back not only socially, but also economically by gender inequality, and it needs to be addressed in the classroom.
Deadly Woman Blues by Clinton Walker was pulled from circulation after various factual errors were revealed.
Clinton Walker's Deadly Woman Blues was a missed opportunity and a lesson in how not to tell other people's stories.
MiMA: an open source way to model the climate.
The creation of climate models with open source code, available for anyone to use, has improved scientific collaboration and helped research get more efficient.
Early dental visits are essential to help parents keep their children’s teeth and gums healthy.
The latest poll on children's oral health shows many parents have misconceptions about how to prevent tooth decay in their children and don't know of the free dental services available.
Although SA-BEST is averaging 27% in seats it is contesting, the major parties are less vulnerable to losing seats to SA-BEST than it may appear from primary votes.
Nick Xenophon's SA-Best slumps while Labor fights the 'It's time' factor in the lead-up to the South Australian election.
Phone calls create an opportunity for genuine exchange that written communication lacks.
The internet has revolutionised communication, but voice calls are declining in some demographics. And that means we may be losing out on a powerful part of what connects us to each other.
The Hodgman government has been returned for a second term.
The Liberals went from a losing position in Tasmanian polls months ago to a comfortable victory on election day.
Museum Pengkhianatan PKI (Komunis)
Chris Woodrich/Wikimedia Commons
Tentara Nasional Indonesia baru-baru ini mengumumkan bahwa peneliti asing harus meminta izin untuk mengunjungi museum-museum demi kepentingan riset.
Museum of Communist Treachery.
Chris Woodrich/Wikimedia Commons
The Indonesian military recently announced that foreign researchers must request a permit to visit the museums it runs.
Aid projects in Iraq had more money than ideas.
We don’t care, or possibly dare, to look back five or ten years later to see what happened to international aid projects.
Policymakers need to be smart about the smart meter rollout.
AAP Image/David Crosling
You may already have a smart meter at home, which monitors your electricity use at 30-minute intervals. But until you can access that data yourself, you could be missing out on the best power deals.
Marvellous Melbourne, a city full of life, has been revived over several decades. This is Swanston Street in 2017.
Andrew Curtis/City of Melbourne
The vitality that defines central Melbourne today did not emerge overnight. Rather than being born of one grand vision, it's the result of many astute, incremental changes that revitalised the city.
On the stated figures, the Will Hodgman-led Tasmanian Liberals are most likely to win 13 or 14 seats out of 25.
The Liberals should win a majority at Saturday's Tasmanian state election.
The film Wonder tells the story of a boy with severe facial defects.
IMDb/Lionsgate, Mandeville Films, Participant Media, Walden Media
People with facial difference often develop strategies for smoothing over social awkwardness, such as ways of introducing the issue into conversation early or using humour to deflect attention.
Fewer people who were homeless or at risk of being homeless exited poverty than in the general population.
Less than 15% of the most disadvantaged people in Australia exit poverty from one year to the next. We need to design policy to tackle this.
Russian curler Aleksandr Krushelnitckii faces being stripped of his bronze medal from Pyeongchang.
Athletes have, on occasion, mounted successful defences of sabotage in doping cases.
Retrofitting older homes to ‘green’ the nation’s housing stock involves much more than installing rooftop solar panels.
While new buildings may be the glamorous eco-home pinups, retrofitting existing homes is the main game when it comes to creating energy-efficient, comfortable housing stock for all Australians.
Victoria has the lowest youth crime rate of any of the states, despite being the only one that does not have a police in schools program.
The police in schools model abolished in Victoria in 2006 represents an outdated, paternalistic approach to youth crime and would not likely reduce youth crime rates if we brought it back now.
The Barnaby Joyce saga has been an example of ‘shake-the-tree’ journalism at its worst.
Media reporting of the Barnaby Joyce affair would have been so much better if journalists had established substantial public-interest justifications before breaking the story.
In Altered Carbon, the streetscape reflects the sodden bitumen and garbled neon of Blade Runner’s Los Angeles.
Mythology Entertainment, Skydance Television
The new Netflix sci-fi series, with a gumshoe cyborg as its chief protagonist, mines a host of contemporary anxieties and aesthetic influences.