Repousse un mois après les incendies de Colo Heights, en Nouvelle-Galles du Sud.
L’expérience à laquelle sont confrontés les peuples aborigènes face aux incendies hors normes en Australie est bien différente de celle des peuples non-indigènes.
Remote workers, particularly in the fields of mining and construction, are at greater risk of mental health problems. And accessing quality mental health care can be difficult for them.
Participants of both virtual reality-based and Skype-based therapy sessions voted greatly in favour of using VR, reporting high levels of engagement and realism.
Joan Didion’s The White Album at Sydney Festival created a space for community and connection at the heart of a crisis.
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I saw the performance the first day the smoke was clearing. We need connection to find a way forward; I found it in the theatre.
Regrowth one month after fires at Colo Heights, NSW. A legacy of displacement and racism inflames bushfire trauma for Aboriginal Australians.
As Australia picks up the pieces after the fires, we must understand the unique grief Aboriginal people experience from a loss of country.
Abandoned trolleys litter a roadside in Whalan, a suburb in Sydney’s outer west.
Abandoned trolleys are an all-too-common sight. A solution to this intractable problem depends on a combination of policy and legal changes, public engagement and tracking technology.
The consequences of underinsurance aren’t just personal. They potentially harm local communities permanently, as those unable to rebuild move away.
One lesson from Australia's past bushfire disasters is that too many homes are underinsured. But it's a lesson we've failed to learn.
The benefits of a juice cleanse or detox aren’t likely to be sustained over time.
With summer upon us, some people may be hoping to shed a few kilos. Although a quick-fix can be tempting, to keep the weight off in the longer term, here's how to steer clear of the fads.
The World Trade Organization will be defanged but not dead. It’s in Australia’s interest to keep it alive.
The World Trade Organization will lose its teeth from midnight. We are entering a world with unenforceable rules.
Years and Years begins with the re-election of Trump in the US, and the election of unconventional populist Four Star Party in the UK.
Blade Runner's vision of the future didn't quite eventuate. Current TV shows such as Years and Years and Black Mirror explore more extreme versions of the present.
New research says there is no reliable evidence that shark nets protect swimmers.
Weeks out from summer, new research says there is no evidence shark nets keep us safe from sharks.
Westpac is “deeply sorry” and has pledged to spend $18 million over three years tackling the online sexual exploitation of children in the Philippines.
The number one commandment of the anti money laundering law is "Know your customer". AUSTRAC is alleging Westpac didn't, and didn't seem to want to.
Attitudes to banks are changing. This requires them to be more customer centric, and to take their role in society more seriously.
Music played through headphones can immerse the listener in a more intimate experience.
The music we choose to listen to not only allows us to retreat into a place of peace and privacy, but also helps frame our daily routines and interactions with others.
Many rarely used bikes end up languishing in the shed.
Where bikes are kept is a strong pointer to the place of cycling in the owner's life. Effective active transport policy starts with understanding what stops people using their bikes instead of cars.
Multiple large, intense fires are stretching from Australia’s coast to the tablelands and parts of the interior.
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They escaped to the coast for the quiet life, but now sea-changers are in the path of monster fires.
Grant, one of the men interviewed in Happy Sad Man. Each of the five men the film focusses on is extremely articulate in describing his experiences with mental illness.
Photo: Shannon Glasson
This new optimistic and empathetic documentary from Genevieve Bailey looks at the mental health of five Australian men.
Kids are more engaged when they are actively involved in their learning, rather than learning through more passive modes such as listening or reading.
Kids are more engaged when they're actively involved in their learning. Here's how three schools are teaching kids about sustainability by being sustainable themselves.
A cyclist not wearing a helmet can expect to attract the attention of NSW Police – and not always just for that offence.
Bike helmet laws are meant to be about safety. But the hefty penalties and huge number of fines are causing resentment – made worse by some police abusing the law to stop, question and search riders.
Berry, and other tourist towns, are out of step with modern museum curation which is trying to include Aboriginal communities and their stories.
Away from the state capitals, small museums are out of step with big city curators - presenting tourists with stories that give a blinkered view of local history.
Does music usually put you in a better mood? That might help you try a little bit harder and stick with challenging tasks.
Research suggest it's probably fine to listen to music while you're studying - with some caveats.