Barnaby Joyce has the numbers for leadership and is expected to stand unopposed to become the National Party leader and Deputy Prime Minister of Australia, writes...
Robert Burton-Bradley describes the daily frustrations of selfishly having a "two name" surname.
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Somebody give him an Oscar already. We don't know what he might do next.
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Let's hope somebody has explained what 'eggplant' means.
Can a robot really feel and express emotions such as love?
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The Prime Minister has declared that "the line has to be drawn" on Australia's asylum seeker policies. But is that line on the right side of principles?
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Frequent offender Kanye West has muscled his way back into the list.
Is it the case that the harms of new technologies might outweigh any good?
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Once the internet's favourite Dad, Mike Baird has now become an annoying dad who tells you what to do and thinks he is the boss of you.
Suffragette Vida Goldstein was the first Australian to meet an American president at the White House.
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After transitioning, Squadron Leader Catherine Humphries became the first female in the air force to be in a combat role.
Climate science allows us to look ahead to changes in our community. But that's all at risk with the latest job cuts, writes Imogen Jubb.
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When does appreciating a culture cross the line into appropriating it?
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These two transwomen are on the forefront of a radical shift in military culture as it becomes more diverse and accepting.
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