Miranda’s role as the anxious, fumbling white woman is disappointing. Some might find that Miranda is a reflection of the anxiety and fear that white women experience.
There is enough momentum for Australia’s unemployment rate to go lower than 4.2% in 2022. Keeping it low is another matter.
Rapid Antigen Tests are being rolled out by the millions for Australians to check their COVID status. But a result should be interpreted in context.
While Australians’ general knowledge of the Holocaust is high, few people knew who William Cooper was or that Australia refused to accept more Jewish refugees in 1938.
There are three pathways through which parental smoking has an effect on children’s academic, social and emotional skills. They include health effects of second-hand smoke, and family income.
Michelle Grattan discusses politics with politics + society Senior Deputy Editor, Justin Bergman
Since its independence 30 years ago, Ukraine has tried to balance its Western aspirations with its Russian past. Vladimir Putin is not ready to let go of the past without a possible invasion.
Many men see meat as a core part of their identity. That could pose a stumbling block for the newly popular plant-based meat sector.
A mysterious repeating signal from our galactic backyard is a reminder the universe is full of unexpected surprises, if only we should look.
Naturalistic thinking has long helped humanity grapple with complex urban predicaments. What role can it play today?
Our results suggest police location groups and pages on Facebook are helping drivers avoid detection for drug driving - with potentially fatal consequences.
Sue Gray won’t rule on whether the prime minister has broken the law but her report could triggers a vote of no confidence in his leadership.
Debating whether school uniforms are good or bad sidesteps a bigger issue: students – especially girls – need better designed garments that support their learning and well-being.
It’s been a tough year for the 47th US president.
As climate change worsens, their findings highlight the importance of conserving natural river flows to enable freshwater species to respond and adapt.
The Aboriginal flag cannot just be ‘freed’. It is an emblem of our emotion, our loves and losses. It holds our faith, our hope and our future.
Dylan Alcott, wheelchair tennis star and leading advocate for people with a disability, is the 2022 Australian of the Year.
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The tennis star’s short stay in the Park hotel is a far cry from the years many refugees spend waiting for action.
Australia has plummeted in Transparency International’s corruption perception index over the past decade. It’s time our leaders commit to real reform.
As vaccination coverage for children rises and adults are increasingly vaccinated and boosted, it’s time to pay more attention to protecting children from the indirect harms of the pandemic.