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.
AAP Image/Supplied, JPSS
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.
Orang-orang berjuang melawan penindasan di Papua melalui banyak jalan.
Penelitian melihat bagaimana musik dapat membantu korban dalam penyembuhan dari trauma dan menangani kekerasan dan penindasan di Papua.
Britain’s Eton College charges charges annual fees of more than £40,000.
Many Australians have long have called for the government to stop funding private schools. Now the UK's Labour party wants to get rid of private schools altogether. Could we do that here?
People have fought against repression in Papua through many avenues.
New research investigates how music helps healing from trauma and dealing with violence and repression in Papua and West Papua.
Sampling sediments in Denisova Cave.
Denisova Cave in Siberia has a rich fossil history of early humans - and deposits of droppings from hyenas, wolves and even bears, according to a new analysis of the cave's dirt floor.
A black marlin in the sea. These apex predators can grow to 800 kilograms.
A giant ocean fish swims into the heart of industrial Port Kembla looking for food. What if we take its presence, a few km from an ancient, living midden, as a symbol of both new and old ways to learn in the age of the Anthropocene?
Show Works, based in the Melbourne suburb of Preston, makes dance floors, dance equipment and theatre scenery.
Andrew Warren, used with permission
Rezoning to mixed-use residential development drove small manufacturers and creative producers out of the inner city. The result is less diversity of land uses, jobs and services where we most want it.
With 1,812 women killed this year already, Mexico is Latin America’s second-deadliest place for women after Brazil.
Women in Mexico are lashing out against rampant sexual violence, police abuse and policies that hurt working mothers.
Political arrests have been on the rise in recent years in restive West Papua, and the local population is pushing for a new referendum on independence.
Violence has returned to West Papua over the arrests of students for allegedly desecrating a flag. So much for the new push for reconciliation under Indonesia President Joko Widodo.
The latest claim that job-seekers are actively snubbing work opportunities flies in the face of research.
Claiming "there are jobs out there for those who want them" is cheap rhetoric glossing over the reality of unemployment.
The scientific consensus is that 5G doesn’t pose a danger to our health.
Should we be concerned about the health effects of 5G? The short answer is no – there's no substantiated evidence that the electromagnetic energy used by mobile telecommunications causes harm.
Question time provides MPs with a chance to show off their wit, but has it lost its bigger purpose?
Question time is meant to be about accountability. But in practice, it is an opportunity for ministers to strut their stuff and for everyone to shout as loudly as they can.
Imagine Hyde Park in Sydney without its tree cover … the impact on this space and the many people who spend time in it would be profound.
Cities around Australia have plans to increase their green space, but new research shows not all green spaces are equal. Good tree cover is better than grassed areas for residents' mental health.
Kingpin no longer.
AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo, File
The conviction of Mexican drug kingpin Joaquín Guzmán Loera, who evaded justice in Mexico, is a win for US officials. But it's a pyrrhic victory in the war on drugs.