Greater Sydney sold $281 billion of goods and services to the rest of Australia in 2019/20. Cutting off Sydney could affect everything from petrol and parcels to soft drinks and sliced ham.
COVID is running rampant in Myanmar, where the military junta has been accused of arresting doctors and weaponising the pandemic. The result could be catastrophic for the entire region.
Demand for professional development has grown but the pandemic has forced it online. Decades of evidence from online education tells us how to ensure professional development remains effective.
Without urgent action, Australia will continue to lose billions of dollars every year on invasive species.
They can’t fly through the air but they can fly underwater.
Anthony Albanese is lightening his load in preparation for the next election, to narrow the debate to the government’s handling of the pandemic.
Facing protests by students and academics over its Liberal Party links and generous funding by the Morrison government, the centre’s most important test will be whether it respects academic freedom.
What do you need to weigh up when working out whether to get the AstraZeneca vaccine? Here’s what the evidence says.
The international evidence so far shows COVID vaccines are safe for pregnant women and effective at preventing severe disease.
COVID will be with the world for the foreseeable future. The challenge is to learn to live with the virus effectively, protecting public health while reconnecting with each other.
8,000 tonnes of molten iron solidifies in Earth’s inner core every second – but it’s not distributed equally.
Ben & Jerry’s decision to no longer sell ice cream in the occupied territories comes as Israel continues to lose the support of a group of Americans who once were stalwart allies.
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The Associated Press will no longer name those arrested in minor crimes when the news service is unlikely to cover the story’s resolution. That’s a major shift in US news culture.
Climate change models predict tuna will leave the waters of Pacific Island nations, meaning they will lose a crucial revenue source.
As NSW on Wednesday extended its lockdown for another month and the federal government shelled out more money, it was as if we were back in 2020 and Victoria’s long incarceration.
The Closing the Gap dashboard includes data on the 17 socioeconomic targets in the national agreement. But this information isn’t enough on its own to bring real change.
How an item of traditional Afghan dress became a staple of western “hippie” fashion from the 1960s right up to today.
History isn’t just learning facts. Students learn about the past by researching information and synthesising it to form an evidence-based argument. This skill is useful for a range of careers.
Can the Galileo Project find alien technology?
It’s typically rare to see a dead frog. Yet, we’ve received a flurry of emails from people coming across them in this truly unusual, and tragic, mass death event.