Two big ethical questions have emerged during the Voice to Parliament campaign: is it fair non-Indigenous people will get the majority say? And is it fair one group will get something others don’t?
People claim humming can do everything from bust stress to clear congested sinuses.
You’re the Voice reinforces the view that supporting the Voice to Parliament is an act of national reconciliation we can take together.
To prepare for the referendum, here are some articles addressing frequently asked questions. They will hopefully assist in making us as informed as possible when it’s our turn at the ballot box.
Three political scientists update us on the Voice campaign and how it’s tracking in the news, on social media and in the polls.
Matildas fans, we have a job to do. We need to scream our support as loudly as possible – but not at the expense of our vocal health.
We looked at two ads for the “no” campaign, and two for “yes”, to see how effective their communication strategies have been.
Every part of the body ages, including the vocal cords. But there are some things you can do to reduce the impact on your voice.
The office of the Protector of Aborigines was established in an effort to hear to the ‘wants, wishes and grievances’ of Aboriginal people. It failed almost immediately.
Peter Dutton’s success in holding the Liberal show together has been strictly limited. And it has come at the cost of deepening the division in the country.
Indigenous people have been calling for a treaty for generations. But what would it actually look like and what would it do?
The ‘joyful strains’ of our anthem are often just strained.
Everyone who sings – from young students to passionate amateurs – should be taking care of their voice.
You can tell how close penguins are to each other by how similar their voices are.
Singers and actors are more likely to have voice injuries, but less likely to report them or seek treatment due to stigma and fears that it may affect their career.
Though it was exceedingly grating, the late comedian was able to perfect a sound that worked in tandem with his brand of humor.
A speech expert wonders what this says about the pressures women in leadership roles feel – and the broader cultural impulse to police the way women speak and sound.
Most of my work takes place in the lab. But recently I became involved with an organisation which allows me to connect with the very people who could one day benefit from my research.
Adele’s voice is soulful, rich and powerful – but it is in her vulnerability we can really see what an incredible artist she is.
If you’ve ever cringed after hearing a recording of yourself, you’re not alone.