A mandatory news media bargaining code will force the digital giants to compensate NZ news media for content they host and share. But will it close off better options for supporting local journalism?
It is often assumed young people in flexi schools are not interested in doing intellectually challenging work. New research shows this is not the case.
Astronomers have unpacked the mystery of how one star’s death created the nebula NGC3132 – never before seen in such detail.
Ada Lovelace said computers could not invent. But a century later, Alan Turing pointed out inventiveness in machines could be found in their capacity to produce surprising and innovative results.
The United States wants to use the negotiations to counter Chinese influence in the Indian and Pacific Oceans.
Latest polling gives the Albanese government a strong lead over the opposition; Victorian election results are close to being finalised.
DNA frozen for 2 million years paints a picture of an extinct ecosystem.
UNESCO report highlights what needs to be done to save the global icon. But you might be surprised by its top recommendation.
Build-to-rent developments have been touted as a way to deliver affordable housing on a large scale. But, to date, the sector has not been focused on housing for people on lower incomes.
We’re still learning about long COVID – but working with a physio or occupational therapist on goal-setting could help you get back into your usual routine.
This year’s talks had a noticeable shift of tone, reflecting the new Australian government. They include an emphasis on climate action and an invitation to Japan.
Detention at Manus Island was not the same as detention at Auschwitz, writes Jordana Silverstein. But the historical insights from those who were in those places echo through time, across generations.
‘Late capitalism’ is referenced in books, articles and as a trending meme. But what are the origins of the term – and what does it describe?
Global biodiversity summits have so far lacked a clear target, but this could change if COP15 agrees on the 30x30 initiative to protect 30% of land and sea by the end of this decade.
After a decade of climate wars, Australia is suddenly united – with state, territory and federal goverments aiming for net zero by 2050 for the first time
Ukrainians were initially welcomed with open arms in Poland, but there are signs the relationship might be becoming a little strained.
Given their numbers advantage, Russian troops were expected to quickly capture Ukraine. That didn’t happen, and with winter approaching, more Russian military defeats are expected.
It remains to be seen how sports organisations implement and regulate transgender guidelines if some sporting bodies refuse to voluntarily adopt them.
Analysis of voting data suggests that in counties across Georgia, a slice of Republicans just couldn’t bring themselves to vote for Herschel Walker.
In this podcast, we talk with Professor Bruce Mountain about this power price crisis and what the federal government is doing to give families cost of living relief.