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"Even though most people are for it, and we have the technology, pill testing is a topic no politician is brave enough to talk about. So it’s still illegal in...
Two large-scale “eat and run” incidents in Spain have rekindled a fierce debate on the proper limits of social disobedience.
Underemployment among young people is now at its highest in the 40 years since it has been officially counted, according to a report from the Brotherhood of St...
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Polly Fletcher grew up loving AFL, but never seeing a place for herself in it. That has all changed since the introduction AFLW, something which she says has...
Labor has secured an historic election win in Western Australia with an unprecedented swing. But can they take all the credit?
Analysis: While Western Australia enjoys the nation’s highest median wage, the poorest and most vulnerable have it harder than anywhere else in the nation.
The pink water does not pose a threat to human health.
A lack of support services has seen Australia’s prisons disproportionately full of Indigenous women with disabilities. They need our attention this International...
Does a test exist to see whether your child would have an adverse reaction to being vaccinated? The Conversation asks the experts.
March 8 is International Women's Day. Let's think about what society could achieve if men and women worked together, writes Pallavi Sinha.
Experts react to the substance of the speech.
Could rising stress levels be playing an important role in our growing waistlines?
Just before 9am yesterday, a twin engined Beechcraft B200 Super King Air turbo-prop aircraft took off from runway 17 at Essendon Airport outside Melbourne in...
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Barnaby Joyce said that young people should move to the country to avoid the high property cost of capital cities. So how easy is it to move to regional Australia...
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A blood-stained handkerchief belonging to an Anzac soldier who died at Gallipoli in 1915, laid for 101 years, unbeknownst to his family, in a chest belonging to a...
When war broke out between Australia and Japan 75 years ago, it had a profound impact on the lives of Japanese civilians living in Australia.
A prominent Australian anthropologist says debates about Australian values have always been inevitably racist.
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The Kremlin has said they have seen no evidence of violence against gay men in Chechnya, decrying 'phantom complaints' in the media.
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Hundreds of the minority group now call the regional NSW city of Wagga Wagga home.