Peak fossil fuel and action on climate change will mean we have less energy available to power the future.
It seems the desired effect of Pyne's uni reforms is to stratify the system, making the top unis better and the middle-tier unis worse. A progressive tax would allow him to achieve this goal.
The clear case of regulatory capture in Australia's financial system is grounds for a new oversight body.
The legal steps they're required to take for gender dysphoria treatment places an unnecessary burden on children and their families.
Ancient artefacts in the Archaeological Museum in Mosul in northern Iraq have been destroyed by ISIS in recent days, behaviour that forms part of a pattern. The question is why.
Australians Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan are being transferred to an Indonesian prison island where they will be executed.
Gatherings of victims of Indonesia's 1965 anti-communist purge were attacked by groups of people last week in West Sumatra and Central Java.
Amateurs and experts worked together to unravel the mystery of a new moth, the first discovery of its kind in 40 years.
Boris Nemtsov's warning about the festering bureaucratic corruption under Putin made him powerful enemies.
The World Anti-Doping Authority looks on from the sidelines in case there is an opportunity to punish athletes' use of illicit drugs out of competition.
For many Israelis, the potential danger of a bad deal with Iran pales in comparison to the damage caused to US-Israeli relations by Benjamin Netanyahu’s trickery.
There is a wealth of science communication going on, but it's still not enough.
It's critical the government recognises the link between cybersecurity protection and the strength of our digital economy.
Who is the “typical” or “average” consumer? Is there such a thing? What do they look like? How do they make decisions? Am I an average (or perhaps a below average) consumer?
A diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder is based solely on behaviour and is usually diagnosed by age four.
ICAC argues that the alleged conduct of Margaret Cunneen and her son amounted to perversion of the course of justice.
When Barbara, a 28-year-old mother of two pre-school boys, Josh and Noah, left her violent husband, she never expected to be punished for it at work.
For every woman who reports domestic abuse, many more remain silent through fear, shame or simply because they don’t know who to turn to. But new digital programs could help.
A tiny handful of Pacific island nations control more than 50% of the world's tuna fishery, and their efforts to monitor international fishing vessels are set to become a major source of jobs.
With two exhibitions opening in Sydney this week, Shaun Gladwell is returning home, with a star still in the ascendant.
We can learn much about meteor strikes in ancient Australia by examining the oral traditions of indigenous people.