Amid Russia’s war on Ukraine, spiralling inflation and energy shortages, tackling climate change has been central to the recovery plans of the world’s biggest economies.
In AMC’s new series Interview with the Vampire, the traditionally homoerotic subtext becomes the text – does this change the nature of the vampire narrative?
Labour’s share of national income has declined since the 1970s, but there is no sense of any permanent trend.
After intense negotiations, Senate independent David Pocock negotiates for the establishment of a committee to boost economic inclusion in return for his support of the government’s IR legislation.
Online and phone consultations might ease pressure on local clinics and mean you can access paperwork when visiting a GP isn’t possible. But there are downsides to be aware of too.
The biotech sector uses climate change as an urgent argument for more funding and fewer regulatory hurdles. But the urgency of climate change raises the risk of superficial claims and actions.
Here are four reasons their victory is so significant.
Qatari law underpins a patriarchal and misogynistic system. The discrimination women, including female football fans, face contravenes international human rights.
An inquiry by former High Court judge Virginia Bell finds the former prime minister’s conduct inexplicable by any reasonable measure.
The Andrews government has signalled a major shakeup of Victoria’s energy sector. But are they enough to bring the state’s energy prices down and reduce emissions?
If the 2018 election, which produced the so-called Danslide, was a disaster for the Liberals, this election amounts to a catastrophe.
Despite a swing away from Labor, the Andrews government has been returned comfortably for a third term.
Researchers are revisiting old drugs and designing new ones to prevent and treat COVID.
In covering the final days of the Victorian election, mainstream media fell victim to wanting the most dramatic outcome – no matter how weak the evidence for it may have been.
Inspiring our children to value and connect with science is key to improving society – and there are ways to do this safely in the classroom.
The Uluru Statement from the Heart will give us new meaning to the expression.
Three out of five said yes.
The first Chinese object was acquired by the year-old gallery in 1862. A new exhibition looks at this history – and towards the future.
Advising managers to ‘focus on clear objectives’ with remote workers overlooks the importance of relationships as the basis for understanding performance.
Short fiction’s fragmentation reflects its origins as a response to trauma. Two new collections explore the dangers and vulnerability of womanhood, and the global threat of climate change.