Brexit has reopened an old battle over Northern Irish identity, leading to clashes in the street. Scores have been injured in the troubled UK territory's worst outbreak of violence in decades.
Climate change is likely to mean disasters such as Cyclone Seroja will become more intense, and be seen further south in Australia more often.
This Netflix series imagines we all have a DNA-compatible soulmate waiting for us. But while there are companies in the real world matchmaking via DNA, love is more complex than that.
Brexit is only the latest episode of cynicism and scaremongering at the top of unionism
There's a divergence in how a trial is conducted, what rules govern it – and the larger issue of racial justice. That divergence affects the legitimacy of any verdict.
How do you know if your child's behaviour is normal or a sign of ADHD? The answer is not so clear cut. And now we have the evidence to show the consequences.
Everest didn't become the highest mountain overnight. This process was excruciatingly slow; a result of complex interactions between the solid earth, the atmosphere and the biosphere.
Despite indications the Samoan government was out of favour, few predicted it could lose power.
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Obituaries tend to play down any negative aspects of character. Over time, they reveal what we value in life.
A new report from the Australian Strategic Policy Institute says the federal government has overlooked the national security threats of climate change.
A hike in the minimum wage could jeopardise Australia's post-COVID recovery, says the Morrison government. That's an outdated economic idea.
New Zealand's Accident Compensation Corporation has been urged to reconsider a policy change that restricts access to treatment for women who suffered common birth injuries.
This year is a whole new ball game for pandemic politics. For a prime minister not accustomed to pressure, Scott Morrison is proving far less equipped.
The first Duke of Montagu was a a Francophile through and through. After spending time with Louis XIV, he dreamed of a Versailles of his own.
Analysis of almost 100,000 tweets reveals how news reports can change the way people feel about vaccination.
Allowing Australians to use their super to buy homes would most benefit those with the most super. They're the least in need.
We often hear of sexual harassment and bullying of a sexual nature being perpetrated by men/boys against women/girls. But it happens within groups too
The marriage of the future British queen and her consort was part of an ancient tapestry of royal intermarriage in Europe.
Workplace culture, management systems and recruitment processes are holding Chinese-Australians back from making meaningful contributions to China policy.
Born into post-World War I European royalty, the Duke of Edinburgh came to represent the archetypal English aristocrat. Along with those 'gaffes'.