The idea of provoking trauma for organisational benefit is profoundly wrong.
Double-lane freeways can act as lethal walls to wildlife. We found underpasses work well to give animals safe crossing.
Social media can offer Black African young people in Australia safe spaces to engage in positive expressions of afro-Blackness.
The two biggest states have jointly committed to a huge investment in early childhood education and learning over the next decade. But delivering high-quality universal preschool access won’t be easy.
Lismore’s residents and businesses on the floodplain need to look at relocation, not rebuilding.
The teacher shortage in Australia has reached crisis levels. We will fix this by improving the conditions for existing teachers, not with cash incentives for university students.
Fabrice Demeter (University of Copenhagen / CNRS Paris)
The mysterious Denisovans left DNA traces in populations across Southeast Asia and Australasia, but until now no physical signs of their presence outside Eurasia had been found.
Families need support to care for their children safely, rather than having their children removed.
Residents and businesses are considering leaving Lismore for good. The town is now on the brink.
A group of Greek migrants at a picnic in the outskirts of Melbourne in 1936.
La Trobe Greek Archives
Far from just a gathering with friends, Australian picnics have long been associated with the political – from trade unions to feminist resistance.
Dan Himbrechts/ AAP
Rather than a sanitised spectacle at the SCG, the Mardis Gras Parade works best when disrupting everyday routines.
Leaf oysters can form reefs, produce mauve pearls, and reach the size of a dinner plate. They’ve been ignored for far too long.
Non-swimming adults must first get familiar with the different sensations in and underwater.
A study asked university teachers to share some of their students’ anonymous survey feedback. The results reveal insults and hate speech many lecturers deal with each year.
Boxed wine is one of Australia’s most extraordinary contributions to the wine industry - and Australia’s love for it is only growing.
November 29, 2021
Alessandro Pelizzon, Southern Cross University; Adam Lucas, University of Wollongong; David Noble, Southern Cross University; Fran Baum, Flinders University; James Guthrie, Macquarie University; Justin O'Connor, University of South Australia; Oliver Vodeb, RMIT University; Peter Tregear, The University of Melbourne; Renaud Joannes-Boyau, Southern Cross University; Richard Hil, Griffith University; Siobhan Irving, Macquarie University, and Stephen Lake, University of Sydney
Universities supposedly have adopted a more corporate approach – but most corporate board members have expertise in the area their company operates in and are more accountable to shareholders.
AAP Image/Peter Hince
He fearlessly pushed at artistic boundaries, and believed in the spontaneity of live performance; Freddie Mercury’s legend continues.
New research shows university students who gained entry via bridging programs outperform others who gain admission through ATARs and other means. They are also more likely to complete their degree.
The next big frontier in space exploration is finding ways to effectively harness oxygen contained within Moon dust. What will it take?
Clouds are central players in climate change, and ‘Path 99’ reveals them in a new light using data discarded by scientists.