With the TV writers and actors strikes leaving networks with little scripted content, the fall 2023 lineup will be saturated with low-cost reality TV shows like ‘The Voice.’
Most people accept our energy system must move from fossil fuels, especially coal, to renewables as soon as practicable. But there are serious obstacles on the ground – literally.
The bill, yet to be debated in parliament, is ripe for amendment.
Returning to a 9-to-5 job is more challenging than many expect.
Scholars differ over whether having students use AI in their assignments will help or hurt their careers after graduation.
The latest Newspoll shows more bad news for the “yes” campaign.
The latest labor figures are less encouraging than they might seem.
History is on the “no” side. Only eight of 44 referendum questions have been carried since federation
Language model AIs seem smart because of how they string words together, but in reality they can’t do anything without many people guiding them every step of the way.
The climate emergency is accelerating with breathtaking speed.
The Greens and the teals are breathing down Labor’s neck. At this federal Labor conference, Albanese must go further on climate policy.
Agriculture is one of the most dangerous industries in the US, with workers exposed to vehicles, chemicals and heavy equipment. Women working on farms face another risk: sexual assault.
Labor has a long history of factions. What is distinctive about them now is how professionally they operate, as two powerful machines of control in an alliance of mutual convenience
The Hollywood actors’ strike is a watershed moment for the entertainment industry, marking a turning point for the future of labour in the arts.
Some of the ways that streaming has transformed the industry are jeopardizing actors’ livelihoods.
Crean was the first federal Labor leader not allowed to contest an election at all. Yet, he never carried the scars of his removal.
Farrell and Albanese were long-time factional opponents. But under Albanese’s government, Farrell is prospering. With the thaw in China-Australia relations, it’s a very good time to be trade minister.
In this podcast Michelle and politics + society editor Amanda Dunn discuss the wild final sitting fortnight before the winter break
Returns are becoming a costly sustainability problem for retailers and the planet. A supply chain expert explains.
A 90% crop loss in the Peach State may sound like a disaster, but Georgia isn’t actually the Big Apple of peach production that it claims to be.
Young Rupert took up his inheritance in Adelaide in 1953 with minimal journalistic experience. He quickly revealed himself to be a ruthless rule-breaker and hands on, expansionary proprietor.