The personal powers of the immigration minister to grant or cancel visas are extremely broad and powerful. And this isn’t the first time they’ve courted controversy.
For humans, there is a link between the development of language and cognitive skills. Studying the same process in dogs can be used to determine their capabilities at the puppy stage.
There are no COVID-specific protocols for forensic officers collecting evidence from crime scenes. New recommendations suggest how teams and their equipment can be reorganised to minimise the risk.
The two countries have a lot of shared history, but Ukraine has a distinct and independent past.
The tennis star’s deportation will be politically popular in Australia, but it is likely to further infuriate Serbia.
In this era of mega-fires, diverse strategies are urgently needed so we can safely live with fire.
On December 31 2019, the small NSW town of Cobargo was devastated by fires. Community arts projects are helping in the recovery.
The lack of preparation has been even more stunning than the miscalculation. As prime minister, Scott Morrison has to shoulder prime responsibility.
The government has been anxious to ensure a second visa cancellation could withstand a fresh challenge from Djokovic’s lawyers.
Plus, a philosopher explains the history of the idea that we might all be living in a simulation. Listen to The Conversation Weekly podcast.
Childcare centres are closing due to staff shortages, but this was a problem well before the pandemic.
Boris Johnson’s arguments fall down in several key ways.
He’s sort of sorry – but the caveats are key.
This year, the Aboriginal Tent Embassy is set to celebrate its 50th year of continuous occupation. Its presence is an ongoing call for land rights, sovereignty and self-determination.
Australia has a short-term distribution problem, not a lack of food problem, and most foods have substitutes.
Keeping an eye on your oxygen levels at home can give you early warning your COVID is deteriorating.
The case taken by two high-profile academics against their university goes to the heart of what it means to be a ‘critic and conscience of society’.
If you or your child test positive for COVID, you clearly can’t go to that vaccination or booster appointment you had booked this week. So, when can you go?
After 150 years of selective breeding in captivity, the domestic budgie would now be almost unrecognisable to its wild cousin. So who would win in the unlikely event of a fight?
The new variant threatens to infect billions worldwide in early 2022.