Both companies say their drugs will work against the Omicron variant, though this is based on preliminary, lab-based research.
This new dance work from Chunky Move is mesmerising and wondrously odd.
Although they work in different genres, a similar sense of restraint imbues the work of each.
Whether it’s a special treat or family traits, children’s risk of being overweight or obese is strongly linked to their grandparents.
Given their vital role in communications, the global economy and security, the rules governing undersea cables need overhauling.
Loneliness is everywhere - so how can we get better at making new friends? The answer: vulnerability, trust and time.
Governments should tell us everything they know about infections, hospitalisations and deaths. So why aren’t they?
New Zealand’s geographical distance will be no defence against the consequences of a protracted crisis. So why has there been so little discussion about the threats?
Maidenhair trees, Ginkgo biloba, can live for over 1,000 years and grow 35m tall. While they’re beautiful to look at, they’re also notorious for their vomit-smelling seeds.
The PM’s future will be a gamble on voter volatility. They’re in a very grumpy mood now. But where will they be in May?
Treaties with First Nations people are being developed across Australia. However, without a history of treaty law in Australia, serious questions arise about the best approach.
For all the public anger over the ‘Partygate’ scandal, Johnson’s weakened position owes much to the aftershocks of Brexit.
We investigated the initiatives schools around the world took to help support and maintain the well-being of their students and staff. We pulled out seven things that made a difference.
A public health expert explains emergency measures recently brought in to manage the impact of Omicron on our stressed health system.
Last month, the government published the Indigenous Voice co-design final report. However, ways to ensure First Nations self-determination remain lacking in the strategy.
2021 was the sixth hottest year on record, despite the cooling effect of back-to-back La Niñas. Let’s reflect on the year that was, and what we can expect for this year and beyond.
The former creative director and editor-at-large of the fashion magazine has died aged 73.
A truly mature relationship requires high levels of public participation and awareness, and this is what needs work with our northern neighbour.
The pandemic lifestyle we are all adjusting to is the life families of children with cancer have already been living. But there have been positives, too.
With Australia now in the worst stage of the COVID-19 pandemic, there could hardly be a worse time for Australian government to cut and restrict its Pandemic Leave Disaster Payment.
The Doomsday Clock has never before been as close to midnight as it is now. There is scant hope of it winding back on its 75th anniversary.
Despite the promising data on the level of student interest and applications since November, universities and governments have much work to do to restore Australia’s lost market share.
People living in sustainable dwellings may use less energy and water which leads to lower bills. But older people may suffer cognitive decline and struggle to use sustainable technology devices.
New research shows the choices we make, and our perceptions of the world, are biased by our initial impressions.
A youth-focussed exhibition about experiences of mental health is interactive and expansive, kicking down the barriers between science and art.