The Ancestral Remains of Aboriginal people still lie in British museums or in graves, marked and unmarked.
The sheer scale of emissions from the expansion, and projects linked, to it will make achieving 2030 emission targets much harder for Western Australia and by extension, Australia and the world.
Charities fear the new law will act like a spending cap, forcing them to step back from campaigning to avoid triggering additional reporting obligations.
Open access to COVID-19 research accelerated the development of solutions. The urgency of climate change demands the same approach, but more than half of Australian research is still behind paywalls.
Warming seas are harming albatross couples’ resilience, leading to higher rates of separation in the seabirds.
The flipside of workers quitting or changing jobs during the pandemic is a huge new talent pool in the market – are employers and recruiters ready to make the most of it?
The Australian Labor Party has options on emissions reduction targets, but it is still running scared from the best mechanism to achieve them.
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It’s 650 metres below the surface, across 6,000 square kilometres – and has been overlooked for far too long.
in a shock to no one, former Attorney-General Christian Porter announces he will not run again for his seat of Pearce. Meanwhile Health Minister Greg Hunt is also set to quit at next year’s election
Creator culture on TikTok is changing the way hits are made, how music is promoted, and how the world discovers music, even for those artists who choose not to engage with it.
How can we improve the management of Queensland’s heritage sites? Can farming and the conservation of Aboriginal heritage co-exist?
The final days of parliament for 2021 have been marked by a spate of floor crossings. But it may not be as ‘shambolic’ as it seems.
A significant proportion of volunteer firefighters report devastating post traumatic stress and thoughts of suicide. We need to support them better.
NDAs are increasingly used against employees who make complaints about discrimination and harassment. This practice needs to end.
Australia’s compulsory voting laws undermine the arguments for requiring voters to produce identification.
The review has been underway since March, speaking to current and former MPs and employees at parliament house.
Stone tools, clubs, boomerangs, decorative shellwork: a survey of 45 museums in the UK has found a vast number of Indigenous Australian objects. Not all were stolen; some were gifted or traded.
The social media giant’s co-founder has been distinguishing himself from people like Mark Zuckerberg who seem set to stay in traditional companies.
Evidence suggests kids under 12 aren’t major drivers of COVID spread. Avoiding them isn’t necessary.