Fiona McFarlane’s ‘masterful, complicated’ novel explores the exploitative nature of storytelling. She asks us to consider the truth of the tales we tell about ourselves and our identities.
Many digital services currently hosted on social media platforms are critical to democracy. Governments must build alternative infrastructures that allow citizens to control their own data.
Ultimately, Putin’s bequest to his people is grimness, not greatness. The next generation of Russians will be untrusted and unwanted in many of the world’s most prosperous and welcoming nations.
Can Anwar, the man who wrote a book on “his vision for a more tolerant, pluralistic Asia”, bring together a divided Malaysia?
The Albanese government’s pay secrecy ban is meant reduce gender-based pay differences. It could help others too.
Being on the same pitch as superstars like Kylian Mbappé and Lionel Messi signalled both the scale of this achievement and the tough task ahead for a game with a troubled history in Australia.
Mental distress can be a temporary reaction to life stress, or the beginning of a serious mental illness. It’s important to choose strategies and supports that work best for the individual.
Volunteer tourism, or ‘voluntourism’, is on the way back as borders open. But critics say the largely unregulated industry is overdue for change.
Written in a breezy and accessible style, How to Stage a Coup is a dazzling compendium of underhanded tactics.
We need a way for our laws to protect both humans and nature when it comes to bushfire risk
Despite the government’s unpopularity, Labor’s primary vote fell to its lowest level since 1934.
The gradual changes in voting behaviour represent an existential crisis for the Liberals going forward.
The latest HILDA report has found an increasing number of students going to private high schools. But for primary school, the trend is reversed.
The choice between the two Republican nomination frontrunners may divide the evangelical vote – and abortion could prove a decisive issue.
The Labor federal government continues to poll strongly, maintaining a big two-party preferred lead.
Women are much more likely to feel better about working from home than men, especially mothers. But it is more likely to get them overlooked for promotions.
We assessed 187 ASX200 companies – together they produce 32% of Australia’s operational emissions.
Uncertainty about how long symptoms will last can be tough for women going through hormonal changes that come with menopause. Unfortunately, there isn’t a clear cut time frame.
Kim Mahood understands that frontiers have always been places of interchange, where overt power disparities often come disquietingly undone.
A new Grattan report recommends making general practice a team sport, using the skills of other clinicians and health-care workers.