The bottom line is air travel is very safe – much safer than road travel. But that doesn’t stop us from wondering…
While breaking with one “tradition”, an Indigenous motif on Australia’s $5 banknote will restore another.
We’re moving towards the ‘disease control’ phase of our response to COVID, which means learning to live with the virus. But significant challenges remain as authorities battle COVID fatigue.
Susie Dee directs this dark and spare new play by Mary Anne Butler for Red Stitch.
Chalmers has bought himself a doozy of a conversation, with his essay advocating we embrace “values-based capitalism”
XBB.1.5 and other subvariants do signal a change in how the virus is mutating. Here’s what this means for Australia and globally.
Susan Sontag’s sense of the danger of a photographic relationship to reality is not only relevant today, but positively prescient.
Activist short selling is certainly controversial. But it’s not necessarily illegal nor unethical.
Article 3 of Te Tiriti o Waitangi gave Māori the fundamental rights and freedoms guaranteed under British law. Understanding it is critical to modern debates over ‘co-governance’ and partnership.
Parents and carers might be worried a child is slow to talk or can’t seem to maintain attention. But getting a proper assessment can take years and connecting to support, even longer.
Google is one of a number of companies getting involved in AI music-generation.
As the NSW election looms, the Perrottet government is showing signs of having been in office too long. But that’s not to say Labor will romp home.
We encourage everyone to learn te reo Māori, but if not done well and ethically, it could be another wave of colonisation.
As adults, we can reflect on experiences we’ve had in life that have helped build our resilience. But kids and adolescents are still developing grit and the ability to work towards a goal.
Social media is ubiquitous but can make us feel down, when we compare our reality to unrealistic social media posts.
While we can’t see inside a black hole, we can spot the intensely bright glowing disc that surrounds one. Now, we might better understand why these discs appear to ‘twinkle’.
ChatGPT and other AI chatbots seem remarkably good at conversations. But you can’t believe anything they say. Sometimes, though, reality isn’t the point.
In purchasing iconic items previously owned by other celebrities, Kim Kardashian is negotiating her own place in the celebrity sphere.
Lateral reading, self-nudging and a persistent refusal to feed the trolls are some of the ways one can better manage information.
There’s a common perception that supplements are harmless. But they can be dangerous at incorrect dosages.