The problems with housing systems in Australia and similar countries run deep. Solutions depend on a fundamental rethink of our approach to housing and its central place in our lives and the economy.
No longer do the world economic figures contradict the former US Treasury Secretary's theory.
The #MeToo movement brought to light the extent of sexual violence in the community, largely through the media. But there is still a long way to go to overturn stereotypes and shut down online abuse.
To move towards a knowledge-based economy, Indonesia needs to invest its research funds strategically.
Progress, in historical terms, has so often meant clearing places of their native inhabitants – both human and non-human.
Australia's Foreign Influence Transparency Scheme Act is at least a step in the right direction.
Cyber attacks are a real and increasing threat to Australia, and the law lags a long way behind in both protection and recourse.
Polar bears 'invading' a Russian village have renewed concern over climate change in the Arctic, but human-wildlife conflicts are flaring up everywhere.
Migrants are no more at risk of drowning than Australian-born swimmers but you'd never know from media reports.
Global experts warn that excessive screen time increases the risk of obesity, low physical fitness, anxiety and depression.
Data from hydrophones in the Indian ocean has raised new questions about what happened to MH370.
The irukandji jellyfish can be deadly and particularly hard to trace. However, emerging technology offers a solution.
Don't let your dog's poo go to landfill and contribute to our waste problem - compost it instead.
Native cherries are everywhere, but we know surprisingly little about them.
China is influential, but would not have succeeded in changing the UN human rights system without quiet consent from countries who wished to trade with it, including Canada.
The so-called 'Australian model' of 'asset recycling' is no miracle cure for US infrastructure problems.
The refugee and migration compacts are not perfect, but they offer the chance for countries to do better by people on the move, and should be joined.
An energy transmission network between Australia and Indonesia could help both nations achieve 100% renewable electricity by 2050.
Since leaving secure jobs in newsrooms, employment has been unstable for many former journalists – but job satisfaction has been surprisingly high.
The results of three surveys show that, in testing public opinion, much hangs on how the questions are asked and the surveys are designed.