Is your job safe? Odds are it's not. Unlike previous technological revolutions this revolution will not leave many jobs left for us to do.
The 10 things successful people do to find balance on the weekend and to come into work at 110 per cent on Monday morning.
The reason why more people aren’t ending up in wildly enthusiastic relationships is simply due to one thing: they’re not getting out of bad relationships soon...
Whenever technology takes away jobs, it tends to make new jobs and industries elsewhere. One thing seems sure. It requires us to adapt. And for this, we need an...
Premenstrual stress (PMS) runs the gamut of minor inconvenience to severe life-disrupting distress. So is the packaging for a range of “ice-cream that understands...
Housing affordability is at crisis levels in many Australian cities, fuelled by an inadequate supply of housing in areas close to jobs and a taxation system that...
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.

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A Sydney oncologist has warned against using alternative therapies to treat cancer amid the growing popularity of wellness bloggers.
One Indigenous digger's service in World War II inspired generations of his family, writes Living Black's Laura Murphy-Oates.

World-first melanoma drug claim

Landmark new study shows new drug prolongs survival rate of 74 per cent of patients with advanced melanoma, researchers say

A single Asian currency?

The make up of the Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank was set out last week and one Australian economist says its development could pave the way for a single...
And in his latest feat, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has climbed the country's highest mountain.

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.