A recent case in Belgium, in which a man took to social media to ask for a kidney, is raising questions about who can ethically donate.
Migration looks very different when seen from the perspective of migrants themselves. Although 'migrants' are represented as a homogeneous group, there are...
After getting a patent for giving robots personalities last month, Google now wants to unleash an army of robots on the world.
The creative process is more than one giant leap for humankind.
It seems supermarkets and newspapers aren't the only ones using Anzac Day for personal gain.
Most people believe – and have been told by health professionals – that it’s essential to finish a course of antibiotics to prevent antibiotic resistance. But...
The GST is Australia’s general consumption tax introduced in 2000. It increases the price of about a half of the goods and services households purchase by 10 per...
If you’re a woman with a body that isn’t aesthetically pleasing to men, this insult may be familiar. But nothing infuriates such a man more than a fat woman who...
Children have to learn how to rely on themselves, because Momma and Daddy are not always going to be there.
A Canadian woman who had declined to have her children immunised against whooping cough, has changed her position now that all seven of her children have come...
Young people need to see they can be free to choose from the full range of careers, not the gendered range that has been cultivated in books, media, toys and...
Why are migrants risking their lives? And what is being done to try to tackle the problem?
If Germanwings had been aware of Andreas Lubitz' sick note, things might have been different.
Low-cost street lights are brightening up public spaces and creating a safer environment for women in Bogotá, Colombia.
If I was prime minister for a day, in that primary-school hypothetical, I would make two-up illegal again, writes Oliver Watts.
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A single Asian currency?

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Religious vaccine loophole closed

The federal government has ended the religious exemption that enabled Christian Scientists to avoid vaccinating their children.
US actor Ben Affleck asked PBS television chiefs to hide that one of his ancestors was a slave owner, according to a WikiLeaks email.
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When Australians gather in Gallipoli to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the landings at Anzac Cove, the New Zealanders will be there too.
The military ballad 'I was Only 19' changed the way many Australians felt about war. Now, the song's writer John Schumann has come up with another tune, this time...