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However, the win does not necessarily mean the public will have access to the letters - much now rests on what the National Archives does next.
People taking hydroxychloroquine for coronavirus may be more likely to die, according to new research. But that doesn't mean the drug is killing them.
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Candidat pour la troisième fois à la Maison Blanche et vice-président de Barack Obama, Joe Biden doit maintenant relever un grand défi : choisir le bon colistier et vaincre Donald Trump en novembre.
From music to porn, online platforms including Twitch, Patreon, Streamlabs, OnlyFans, and SubStack are becoming more familiar to consumers. But will they give creators an income?
Apartments house one in ten Australians, including a higher share of low-income households than other housing types. A new study identifies why some high-density neighbourhoods work better than others.
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A long-time campaigner for the White House, and a vice president to Obama, Biden now faces a great challenge: choose the right running mate, and defeat Donald Trump in November.
Australia has a long history of international student education, spurred on by government policy.
Roaming pet cats kill 390 million animals per year in Australia. But keeping cats inside (or contained outside) 24/7 can actually be in their best interest.
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China has only agreed to an investigation if it happens after the pandemic and is led by the WHO – two stipulations that likely won't sit well with western countries.
The COVIDSafe app hasn't come out of nowhere. The promises of 'smart city' data collection may be seductive, but we must always weigh up what we're being asked to give up in return.
While trust in media has risen in both the US and Australia, a sharp partisan divide is apparent in Americans' trust in media.
The US and its allies are demanding answers over how COVID-19 became a pandemic. But instead of pointing fingers at China, the inquiry should focus on scientific clues to help us thwart future disasters.
Around the world, choirs have been linked to coronavirus super-spreader events. Online choirs can provide many of the same benefits, while protecting our health.
A survey of 10,000 public school teachers in NSW looked at how they felt about being at school at the end of term one, their thoughts on remote learning and their feelings about returning to school.
Roaming pet cats kill 390 million animals per year in Australia. Most of the animals are native to Australia.
People in Adelaide, Alice Springs, Brisbane, Cairns, and other places deserve access to information the government already has that could help them make better choices.
The review examined hundreds of studies and concluded the lower Murray should remain a freshwater ecosystem, or severe environmental and economic damage will result.
Florence Nightingale, who would have turned 200 today, might be remembered for her work during the Crimean War. But that's ignoring the 54 years afterwards she spent writing, analysing and agitating.
A study from France concluded smoking might protect against coronavirus. But particularly now, in the midst of a pandemic, it's critical we don't take headlines at face value.
The pandemic has health professionals all around the country reaching out to their clients online. It's a trend we should continue, to ensure the most disadvantaged don't miss out on care.