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The people hardest hit by climate change are invariably those who are more vulnerable. We need to pay more attention to the root causes of vulnerability and address poverty and inequity.
Rising temperatures are having an impact on every aspect of people’s lives. Business is not immune to the volatile weather.
NSW Education Minister Sarah Mitchell at a press conference on August 1, 2022.
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This week, NSW teachers learned they were going to get a “helping hand” preparing lessons from the start of term 4
Women candidates in PNG often lack support and funding, but increasing women’s political participation could lead to more equality and greater democracy
If you were a powerful politician, there is a good chance you would make decisions that favour your mates.
Payday lender Cigno has exposed the limitations of ASIC powers intended to protect consumers from harm.
The survival of the Edinburgh International Festival, and others like it around the world, is testament to ingenuity of organisers and performers. But there’s no substitute for the live experience.
Politics with Michelle Grattan: Tom Calma on the Indigenous Voice to parliament.
Michelle Grattan speaks with Tom Calma, Chancellor of the University of Canberra, who has been a leading participant in Indigenous affairs for many years, about the Voice to parliament referendum proposal.
The omission of growing evidence that Māori, and Māori women in particular, have worse health outcomes after HIV infection could derail New Zealand’s elimination plans and exacerbate disparities.
Even with enough supply, local gas prices have been skyrocketing. The ACCC has squibbed on possible reforms such as a windfall profits tax.
Just like armour protects soldiers’ bodies, steroids do too. There’s no reason to believe steroid use by the military is unethical, but further studies are needed.
Dancers performing evening ceremonial Bungul at the Garma Festival in northeast Arnhem Land.
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Australian Governments must embrace Indigenous Nation Building if the Uluru Statement is to lead to effective structural reform and self-determined government for First Nations peoples.
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What is ‘structured water’ (aka hexagonal water, EZ water, or H3O2)? You might see people advertising it, but it’s not a real thing.
Beyoncé on stage in South Africa in 2018. Her new album is called Renaissance.
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With Renaissance, Beyoncé is again shaping pop culture, honouring black disco pioneers and Africa’s rise.
Slow progress: a freight train negotiating one of the many tight curves between Goulburn and Yass.
Improving the rail link between Australia’s two biggest cities will have many benefits, not least in meeting our carbon-reduction goals
The Greens backed Labor’s moderate emissions cuts to avoid being seen as unwilling to compromise. But it’s only the start of a new wrestle over climate ambition.
The government is now assured it will secure its legislation to enshrine its 43% 2030 emissions reduction target, after Greens leader Adam Bandt pledged his party would support it in both houses.
First Nations peoples have known for a long time they come from the land. There is potential for others to learn and appreciate their connection to Country as a way to better care for our planet.
After taking Paxlovid for COVID and appearing to recover, some people – including US President Joe Biden – continue to test positive. What’s going on?
Those stiff, painful spots can take up to two weeks to go away on their own.
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Researchers are still trying to figure out exactly what happens within muscle to create knots, also known as myofascial trigger points. But they do know some ways you can avoid or alleviate them.