Comment: Farewell to the iPod

Apple’s first new blockbuster product of the 2000s helped reinvigorate the tech giant - but now it's been quietly put out to pasture.
The Cape York regional plan poses an unacceptable risk to the Great Barrier Reef.
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The ‘yes’ vote for Scottish independence is run on emotional lines alone - but if the campaign is successful, they'll be sorry.
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Comment: The pornography of jihadism

What ISIS videos and X-rated movies have in common.
This week, Aboriginal people living in North East Arnhem Land have both an opportunity and a responsibility to voice their concerns, while the PM has a...
Many of us have heard of supertasters, but why – and how – do they exist? And how can you tell if you’re one too?
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Are genetically modified mosquitoes the science breakthrough in the fight against dengue fever?
From celebrity nudes to Ray Rice’s domestic abuse to the ISIS bombings, an unresolved debate looms behind some of our biggest ongoing news stories.
The theory of defensive pessimism suggests that imagining - and planning for - worst-case scenarios can be more effective than trying to think positively.
Technology has always changed what makes sense to think, say and do. Here's why, and how it's rewired our brains.
“Tax Inspectors without Borders” is not nearly so sexy a concept as “Doctors without Borders” but they might save a lot of lives and even prevent future Ebola...

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The Rosetta space probe is set to make history as scientists attempt the first landing on a comet in November. But the comet’s unusual shape is causing problems.
Germany charged a 93-year-old former member of the Nazi Waffen-SS on Monday with at least 300,000 counts of accessory to murder over his time at the Auschwitz...
What do you get when you cross Prime Minister Tony Abbott with cute kittens? Whatever it is, it's secured its place in Australian history.
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