The idea of provoking trauma for organisational benefit is profoundly wrong.
As the world’s energy crisis intensifies, there’s renewed interest in uranium and nuclear power.
Judith Durham was lead singer of The Seekers and a solo artist. One of Australia’s most recognisable voices, she has passed away at 79.
Labor is committed to changing the law for the better. Here’s what needs doing
Reports of barriers facing Indigenous people with disability in remote communities are not new. Let’s stop relying on old excuses.
Plants lose huge amounts of water to catch the carbon dioxide they need for photosynthesis – but a new discovery may make them more efficient.
Joni Mitchell’s performance at Newport Folk Festival defied the ‘permissible’ ways older women ‘should’ behave.
After years of court battles, the Nadesalingam family will finally be allowed to call Australia home.
New research finds students are having panic attacks and losing money on a test they must pass to qualify as teachers.
Mainstream medicine hasn’t yet found enough evidence-based treatments for long COVID. No wonder sufferers are turning to unproven therapies.
New Zealand has ramped up biosecurity measures due to an Indonesian foot and mouth scare, but the disease can have huge impacts well beyond the agricultural economy.
Shirley Barrett burst onto the international scene when her debut film, Love Serenade won the Caméra d’Or at Cannes Film Festival.
The participation of trans athletes in elite sports does not have to be an ‘either-or’ debate. More nuanced reporting of a complex issue is possible.
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.
In a huge milestone, researchers have grown a mouse embryo entirely from stem cells. Could humans be next?
A blend of fact and fiction, Nimblefoot imagines the life of a long forgotten Australian sporting hero.