New data shows coral cover in the Great Barrier Reef is at a record high, despite a disturbing decade of marine heatwaves, cyclones and floods. While the data is robust, it can be deceptive.
Before the pandemic, our cities had a simple plan: let population growth drive economic activity. But the world is changing and the perpetual growth mindset has to change with it.
Did you know enamel is the hardest substance in the body? And if you feel pain, it could mean there’s a problem deep inside your tooth.
While it is far from certain the former president will face legal consequences from the hearings, they may kill off any hope he holds of running in 2024.
New Grattan Institute analysis shows there are more than 100,000 teaching assistants in classrooms across the country.
Mouse emobryo model in the lab from day 1 to 8.
The Wizemann Institute of Science
In a huge milestone, researchers have grown a mouse embryo entirely from stem cells. Could humans be next?
Nimblefoot, winner of the 1870 Melbourne Cup.
State Library of Victoria
A blend of fact and fiction, Nimblefoot imagines the life of a long forgotten Australian sporting hero.
People with disabilities experience very high rates of mental health difficulties and psychological distress. Yet health professionals often don’t feel equipped to treat them.
The length of a day has critical impacts on our technologies, navigation, and more.
Domestic violence is a leading cause of homelessness. The stories of women who had to flee their homes make it clear the dire shortage of social housing in Australia leaves them with nowhere to go.
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Will spring bring an end to the cold and the rain?
AAP Image/Lukas Coch
When Max Chandler-Mather rose to speak in question time, he was criticised for not wearing a tie. But Australian men have been going tie-less for decades.
University of Canberra Professorial Fellow Michelle Grattan and Assistant Professor Caroline Fisher discuss the week in politics
These two new romances starring bold, culturally connected heroines from Redfern and Western Sydney break the genre mould – but remain faithful to what readers love about romance.
Perhaps not since the marriage equality vote has the passage of a bill in the House of Representatives carried such a combination of substantive and symbolic import as the Albanese government’s climate legislation.
Workers on a sugar cane plantation, Queensland c.1890.
Forced labour in the cane fields of Queensland has had a lasting influence of the Australian nation.
Data suggests most of the time infection results in either no symptoms or very mild disease for cats and dogs. And the duration of their symptoms, if they get them, may be very short.
EPA-EFE/ Ritchie B. Tongo
Beijing’s response to the visit by the US speaker has a lot do with internal Chinese politics.
Many people in nursing homes already suffer from isolation, neglect and lack of human engagement. They need the human touch – in person.
Taiwan dominates the market for semiconductors.
EPA-EFE/Ritchie B. Tongo
Taiwan dominates the global market for microchips – something that Washington is well aware of.