While the Ruby Franke case is an extreme example, it raises important questions of sharing children’s lives online.
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Children are uniquely vulnerable to bushfire smoke because of their physiology and their behaviour.
Around 1.5 million Palestinians are trapped near the border, with nowhere to go. Egypt, however, has long opposed the idea of resettling Palestinians in the Sinai Peninsula.
People who dive into misinformation are driven to satisfy an emotional need, according to our new research.
Potential economic gains are partly driving interest in joining pillar two of AUKUS. The risks and rewards need to be more widely debated before any decision is made.
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Western Sydney residents whose homes often get hotter inside than outside during heatwaves have learnt to be resourceful in adapting to the increasing heat.
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The hidden side of the supermarket giants’ quest for profits is an increasingly elaborate system for monitoring and managing shoppers and workers.
You might be surprised how salty or fatty some plant-based foods are. Not so healthy now, are they?
The Tax Office has been writing off hard-to-collect debts for years, but it hasn’t had the power to do it. Unless we give it that power, it’ll be forced to push vulnerable Australians into debt.
For Australians, it’s a love story, so baby just say “yeah-nah”.
Taylor Swift is everywhere right now – but could that dent her popularity?
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Children are often allowed to freely explore their identities in early childhood services. But when they get to school, they are categorised as ‘boys’ or ‘girls’.
The newly described western delicate mouse.
The delicate mouse – widespread across Australia – has turned out to be three different species. This will help to save them from habitat loss.
More efficient water use is one of the most cost-effective steps we can take to cut emissions.
House of Gods is a gripping new Australian TV drama, written by Arabs, featuring Arabs.
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Many argue Samuel Griffith, twice Queensland premier and our first chief justice, is guilty of colonial war crimes. Raymond Evans searched for the evidence to nail him but found a different story.
Transmission towers bent like soft plastic when extreme winds whipped through Victoria last week. Fixing it means asking hard questions.
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The recent Port Hills fires highlight the increasing wildfire risks caused by climate change. Reducing the threat is going to take a shift in strategy, investment and community engagement.
The Home Affairs’ department has been a nest of trouble. There are very strong arguments for breaking it up. With an election just a year out perhaps the Prime Minister may want to freshening his team?
National Anti-Corruption headed by Paul Brereton will provide guidance on “corruption vulnerabilities” ahead of next year’s federal election in a conference speech hosted by the Mandarin
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The best strategy to protecting Earth’s coral reefs is to dramatically cut greenhouse gas emissions. But in the meantime, we must urgently make corals more resilient.
Have you ever joined an online hate spiral for the sake of it, and not because you actually cared all that much?
The world’s largest online dating company – which runs Tinder, Hinge, OkCupid, The League and more – is being sued for making its apps too addictive. Are we swiping right into a trap?
It’s illegal to discuss voluntary assisted dying via telehealth, which means people who live in rural areas and those who can’t physically go to see a doctor may not be able to access the scheme.
Robyn Davidson as a young woman in Alice Springs.
At 27, Robyn Davidson trekked through the Australian outback with four camels and a dog. In her long-awaited memoir we come closer to knowing why she made this journey.