That the American president is so keen to abandon a fast-growing and important ally to visit the dementia-struck 79-year-old leader of an old one shows what sway...

Advice for raising bilingual kids

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One of the largest surveys of Australian attitudes found 70 per cent said they were “very proud” to be Australian and a further 25 per cent were “quite proud”....
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'Men explain things to me, and other women, whether or not they know what they’re talking about. Some men.'
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Clear skies this Australia Day could give observers a rare look at a giant asteroid flying past Earth at 56,000kmh. The asteroid, known as 2004 BL86, will not...

Comment: Is it OK to never drive?

Most people think of driving a car as part of everyday life. But what happens when one of life's essentials proves impossible to crack?
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Move over Legolas and Katniss.
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