Addressed to a 'fair youth' and later, 'a dark lady', the sonnets are less well known than Shakespeare's plays. A journey into them is an unsettling and beguiling literary adventure.
Our research found that in 700 years, the 20th century was the wheatbelt's wettest. This means all our drought predictions are skewed.
It takes time and money to create large scale sculptures. A new exhibition of works in cast concrete is testament to a remarkable philanthropic project.
More countries, including a post-Brexit UK, are looking at joining the CPTPP free trade agreement. But the secrecy around negotiations makes serious analysis virtually impossible.
Natural gas may still be cheaper than electricity in some cases, but the price of gas is likely to rise if New Zealand follows the Climate Change Commission's advice to shift to electrification.
Improved rocket technology and tactics have made the ongoing Gaza-Israel conflict different from the one in 2014. Israel’s defences have been stressed.
Social media algorithms are akin to a licence to promote junk food or tobacco to children.
Expectations that academics raise funds themselves and aim to publish in certain 'quality' publications are shaping research and where it is published.
Preventing drink spiking is a collective responsibility, not something to be shouldered by potential victims.
Governments rarely experience a big bounce after budgets - and this year's seems to be no exception.
With a recent election declared void and another snap election called, the Pacific nation seems to be spiralling away from democracy once again.
We've developed a new, practical guide for Australians organisations wanting to ask better questions about their diverse customers and employees.
Where it goes from here will depend how much violence Israel is willing to inflict on Hamas, and Hamas's continued tolerance of Israeli air strikes and artillery fire.
Leaving our earthly bodies and living forever as a machine isn't just a thing of modern science fiction. These transhumanist ideas date back to the 18th century.
Lowering the tax rates on profits from patents registered in Australia is unlikely to increase local research and development. But it will be a gift for multinationals.
We can't retreat to the comforts of 'Fortress Australia' if we want to remain a country that is engaged with the world.
The two sides need the international community to help them end the fighting, but the Biden administration has so far been reluctant to get involved.
The pledge to build 30,000 homes over the next five years exposes the government's inaction, but it's still only a fraction of the number Australians need.
Australians over 50 can get their AstraZeneca vaccine from a GP clinic from today. Here's what you need to know when you book yourself in.
AirTags promise to help find your lost wallet or bag. But at worst, they could be used for stalking, and at best they involve signing up to a global tracking network most users aren't truly aware of.