Most of us know we should eat different coloured fruits and vegetables, but do you know why?
Laia Alsina from The Crab Apples, September 2017.
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Chokepoint Capitalism is a dark portrait of a cultural system where monopolies and monopsonies predominate to the detriment of artists.
Around one current or former emergency services worker dies from suicide every month. For military veterans, that rate is one every single week. Their families need support.
While we should be extremely thankful that some political prisoners are being released from Myanmar’s jails, we should also recognise they should never have been there in the first place.
Quiet hour is a strategy aimed at making retail spaces more inclusive for people who struggle with sensory overload, but they’re not the only ones who welcome a pause in the assault on their senses.
Survival of Kindness.
Adelaide Film Festival
This year’s program balanced big films like My Policeman, TÁR and Banshees of Inisherin with smaller, edgier films. Here’s the best of the best.
In the end, we must accept there are flaws in jury processes. But finding alternatives has proved difficult, hence the reluctance of governments to abandon the status quo.
Image sources, from left: Wakefield Press, State Library South Australia.
Kate Cocks, South Australia’s first policewoman, was no saint – but she helped solve major crimes including the poisoning of children, abortion rackets and drug smuggling.
What are the risks and benefits of having labour induced?
A new report predicts child obesity could reduce Australian life expectancy by more than four years. Here’s why you should be a little skeptical.
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Many surfers have seen sharks while surfing in the ocean. Yet, unlike the general public, 60% are not afraid of sharks. It’s a finding that offers an insight into attitudes to shark conservation.
The dangers of allowing extraneous “research” are twofold. First, such evidence is not subject to the rules of admissibility. Second, it isn’t subject to the rigours of cross-examination.
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You might start by asking your child what’s in and what’s out according to their new diet – and why they decided to go vegetarian in the first place.
While the Productivity Commission’s critique of the national housing agreement is justified, its faith in the market is not. The Albanese government is right to invest in building social housing.
Four years after its release, My Year of Rest and Relaxation has become a publishing and cultural phenomenon – with TikTok trends and film rights bought by Margot Robbie. But is it exploitative?
To maintain our role as a global food bowl, Australia has to keep innovating in agricultural technology.
A new diet by an American biochemist claims to help you live longer. It’s not too dissimilar to the Australian guide to healthy eating, which if followed, could also prolong your life.
We’re seeing a new wave of politicians embracing social media – and often this means a departure from a serious demeanour to one that’s more wilfully strange, awkward and dramatic.
Emma Alberici writes about the Fourth Estate with a combination of despondency, scorn and hope.
Does a journalist’s gender matter if their job is to speak truth to power? It shouldn’t but until recently did. A new book, Through Her Eyes, tells the stories of our women foreign correspondents.
The city is a A$725 billion wall-like structure running for 170km across the Saudi Arabian landscape. Can it live up to its huge ambitions?