Labor Senator Pat Dodson, will retire on Australia Day next year at age 75 due to ongoing cancer treatment affecting his health.
The slumping polls show how damaging the heavy defeat of the Voice referendum and continuing cost of living pressures have been to the prime minister and Labor.
Having a biased manager lowers productivity across the board – even for workers who aren’t targeted.
A sociologist interviewed more than 200 Black workers about their experiences. Here’s what she found.
The result was definitive, a major rebuff for Anthony Albanese and, more important, for the many Indigenous Australians who had put their hopes in what was always a long shot.
Our election analyst lays out the current projections across the nation.
The referendum has highlighted what many have previously overlooked or denied: that Indigenous Australians (like other Australians) aren’t of one political mind
Australia’s move towards net zero emissoions by 2020 is in danger of stalling. If it is not to fail, the nation urgently needs a government plan, aligned with industry and with public support.
Goldin is showing the world that economics is about more than just finance.
History suggests that there’s risk of overplaying one’s hand when new technology is lurking.
With Donald Trump absent again, Republican presidential hopefuls took potshots at each other but agreed that Bidenomics isn’t cutting it.
The transition from college to the workforce can be challenging, but these four strategies can help young workers get valuable experience and feel welcome.
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