A curious kid asks: Can dogs catch COVID-19?
Public officials are telling us simultaneously to move swiftly on vaccination and also to make thoughtful, reasoned choices about which vaccine we get. These messages are confusing and frustrating.
New research into sex work in the UK highlights some of the changes and challenges sex workers have faced.
The humanitarian disaster in India has been made worse by a lack of accountability at the highest level in government.
States led by Republican governors generally had higher COVID-19 case and death rates in 2020.
Much remains to be resolved before the waiver is translated into increased vaccine supply.
People are likely to show compassion to those showing symptoms of illness or injury. Is that how our immune system evolved?
The public and the media need to be careful not to jump to conclusions when assessing new research.
Even with low case numbers, you can argue COVID restrictions shouldn't end early. Here's why.
Over half of the 50 nations in the International Federation of Journalists survey said coverage of China had become more positive in their national media since the onset of the pandemic.
If the government really wants to invest in early childhood education, it needs to back the workforce.
Despite some public virtue signalling, the Canadian government is not doing all it can to improve global access to COVID-19 vaccines. Canada has yet to announce its position on the WTO patent waiver.
The separation of newborns from mothers who have tested positive for COVID-19 is therefore unnecessary in most cases.
Entertainment, sports and tourism industries can learn valuable lessons from how Saudi Arabia managed the annual pilgrimage during a pandemic.
Dating apps were created to help people connect online, then meet in person... How have they responded to the pandemic? And what role do they play in helping people adjust to this new dating reality?
Short on time? Here's everything you need to know about the 2021-2022 federal budget in 5 nifty charts and infographics.
There's much more new spending on aged care than there is on infrastructure. That's a change.
There are plenty of winners and few direct losers in a budget that lays the groundwork for the next election - still more likely to be next year than this.
Looking graphically at actual and forecast GDP makes it clear why some speak of a 'V-shaped recovery'. But even the fairly bullish assumptions reveal a recovery where the V isn’t really sharp enough.
Never before has a budget done so much to supercharge the economy after the worst of a recession has passed.