In opinion polls over the past two decades, she’s routinely selected as one of the most popular Russians – often appearing second only to Vladimir Putin.
Ningla-A’Na has now been restored and is being re-released in Australian cinemas.
Russian men fleeing conscription are entitled to protection under international law – here’s why.
Having already spent 20 months in a prison, Aung San Syy Kyi’s Australian economic advisor is due for release in January 2024.
Older people with COVID are at higher risk of a new Alzheimer’s diagnosis within a year of testing positive. Vaccination against viral infection remains one of several important preventative measures.
Problems arise when there are too many unwarranted visits to GPs for cold symptoms. Occasionally, though, a cold might turn into something that needs specific diagnosis and treatment.
This isn’t the first time Australians’ Medicare numbers have been exposed.
Albanese & Dutton see common ground regarding the National Anti-Corruption Commission legislation introduced to parliament earlier this week.
In determining eligibility, the NDIS should focus on who an individual is – their strengths, challenges and functional capacity – rather than what diagnosis they may have.
At every midterm election since 2006, the non-presidential party has easily won control of the House. It will be difficult for Democrats to defy this history.
Lillipillies are one of Australia’s great gifts to the natural world. But the story of these homegrown heroes may be taking a grim turn.
Anti-Asian memes spread on TikTok during the pandemic, and the potential for harm is real. It’s about time platforms scrutinised such ‘humour’ more closely.
A recent report reveals 72% of women stationed in Antarctica have experienced sexual harassment. This is a shockingly high number – but change is possible.
Data shows that more than half of Iranian women oppose the compulsory wearing of hijabs and that the vast majority oppose an Islamic Republic.
The greatest marathoner of our time just broke his own world record. Is an official marathon run in less than two hours any closer?
In 1972, 5 women – Helen Garner, Claire Dobbin, Evelyn Krape, Yvonne Marini and Jude Kuring –spent 5 months workshopping a play. Frank, angry and explicit, it was a beacon of 1970s women’s liberation.
A substantial majority were concerned about the prevalence of abuse, racism, and sexism in church contexts, and many raised issues relating to transparency and accountability.
The answer? By closing a highly polluting power station - and ramping up renewables.
While Labor is close to delivering an historic integrity reform, there are wrinkles still to be ironed out.
We asked more than 830 older Australians about their awareness of 12 factors that help reduce dementia risk.