Choosing child care when returning to paid work can be hard and to the uninitiated the terms can be confusing. One alternative to long day care in a larger centre is known as family day care.
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Many white health students - our future doctors, nurses and health workers - find learning about the ongoing health impacts of colonisation on Indigenous Australians confronting. But it's vital.
Education is a powerful tool for creating change. So, it's important teachers don't shy away from difficult conversations about racism in the classroom.
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You can't own a human, so why can you own their remains? We need to stop treating human fossils as objects.
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Did you read about 'dinosaur trees' saved in a secret firefighting mission over summer? Well, these mysterious trees are turning up in backyards in 27 different countries.
A juvenile Hippocampus nalu.
South Africa is home to four other seahorse species, but this was the first time a pygmy seahorse had been observed in South Africa, let alone Africa.
Life and death in tropical Australia, 40,000 years ago. Giant reptiles ruled northern Australia during the Pleistocene with mega-marsupials as their prey.
Image Credit: R. Bargiel, V. Konstantinov, A. Atuchin & S. Hocknull (2020). Queensland Museum.
These megafauna were the largest land animals to live in Australia since the time of the dinosaurs.
Some species, including blue whales, spend little time at the surface. So despite their overwhelming size, they can be hard to find and tough to study.
Sebuah tengkorak ~2 Ma Homo erectus, disebut juga dengan DNH 134, dari situs fosil Hominin Drimolen.
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Ini adalah temuan besar yang penting. Salah satu dari nenek moyang kita bisa jadi berasal dari Afrika Selatan.
With gyms closed and fitness supplies short on the shelves, maybe it's time to turn your housework into a workout.
The ~2 Ma Homo erectus cranium, DNH 134, from the Drimolen Fossil Hominin site.
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This is a hugely important find. It means that one of our earlier ancestors possibly originated in southern Africa.
Go on! Read a good book, tickle your kids, pick a flower from your garden. We need to savour these tiny moments of pleasure to ease the stress we all face.
Two adult seahorses living on the seahorse hotels four months after the hotels were deployed.
White's seahorse in Sydney uses seahorse hotels as temporary residence while their natural habitats recover.
Bulbine lilies flowering and eucalypts resprouting after fire in the Victorian high country.
When ecosystems aren't able to repair themselves, it's up to us to intervene.
Koalas have long featured in tourism ads, including this new one from Tourism Australia. Amid our bushfire crisis, this digital ad has been ‘paused’.
Koalas take a starring role in Australian tourism advertising – but what happens when our primary image of this animal is one of pain and destruction?
Some publicly accessible spaces are actually privately owned public spaces such as Brisbane’s popular South Bank city beach and streets scene.
As you walk about a city are you in public or private space? The line is often blurred.
Every child progresses at different levels, just like everyone learns to talk and walk at different times.
Generally speaking, if your English-speaking child is at least six years old by the end of the year, there are some standard things they should know and be able to do.
« Pas de nature, pas de futur ». Des étudiants brandissent cette pancarte devant le parlement européen de Strasbourg le 15 mars 2019.
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Onze universitaires du monde entier déclarent que les universités ont la responsabilité de préparer les étudiants à un avenir incertain.
Let’s say we took a lot of water from the coast and piped it to a dry inland area. How might that affect the soil in both places?
The Australian landscape is very old and the soils in inland areas can be very fragile.
As the emergency develops, our understanding of what is reasonable and lawful will inevitably change.
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Climate activists are using the 'extraordinary emergency' of climate change as a legal defence to justify law breaking.