It's essential to save the steelworks, but that
s just the start.
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Governments like ours choose to borrow, they don't have to.
In criminology, there are many theories to account for why men are more likely than women to commit crimes – and they may hold the key to changing those figures.
A Homo erectus skull from Java, Indonesia. This pioneering species stands at the root of a fascinating evolutionary tree.
The ancestors of modern-day people living on Southeast Asian islands likely interbred with a prehistoric species called Denisovans - raising the possibility of fresh and intriguing fossil discoveries.
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In any given year, there's a 1% chance of a 'once in a century' flood. But that doesn't mean they can't happen more than once in quick succession.
The University of Paris-Saclay is part of a vast research-intensive academic and business cluster being built on former farmland.
World-leading university campus developments overseas call into question plans for CBD-based campuses in Australia. They might be good for CBD development, but what about the universities themselves?
More than 90% of universities in the world have been built since 1949. The vast majority built large campuses outside city centres, and all for much the same reasons.
The government lost another appeal in the fight over whether a Sri Lankan family can stay in Australia. It's time to ask a fundamental question: is this hardline approach appropriate anymore?
Industrlial Relations Minbister Christian Porter.
It'll be harder for employers to underpay workers, but easier to offer them extra hours without penalty pay.
Looking a bit like enlarged woodlice, ancient trilobites crawled along the seabed and had an exoskeleton made of calcite — nature's version of a suit of armour.
Job cuts don't necessarily mean there's less work to do. Those who are are employed may be working harder than usual to pick up the slack, with less reward for their efforts — and it's not good for their health.
North America during the late Pleistocene: a pack of dire wolves (red hair) are feeding bison while a pair of grey wolves approach in the hopes of scavenging.
Our research shows dire wolves lived in the tropics not the Arctic, and were not especially close relatives of the grey wolf.
COVID-19 showed us we can't necessarily have anything we want at any hour of the day, or in any season.
Evidence is mounting that suggests a link between cooking with gas and asthma in children.
The Commonwealth can never become insolvent. It ought to help out the states.
Anomalocaris, with its large stalked eyes, is considered a top predator that swam in the oceans more than 500 million years ago.
Our study on weird ancient marine animals called radiodonts supports the idea that vision played a crucial role during the Cambrian Explosion, a rapid burst of evolution about 500 million years ago.
Grocon as a construction business might be on its last legs, but Grocon as a property development and landlord business should be fine.
Super-spreader events typically have the 'three Vs" in common: indoor venues, poor ventilation and vocalisation. But many buildings frequented by the public lack ventilation or the means to monitor it.
Buffel grass surrounding
Hakea divaricata, a bushfood and medicine tree.
Buffel grass causes just as much damage to native wildlife as feral cats. But with the right control measures, biodiversity can bounce back.
This year marks a decade since the Millennium Drought ended. The Murray-Darling Basin has endured a lot since, but two species are making an impressive comeback.