With big project like submarines and frigates to pay for the defence budget is getting a boost but foreign aid is tipped for a 5 per cent cut in 2016 in line with...
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What woman doesn't want to play a card that only gets them about 77 cents in the dollar?
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Also how gay dinosaur erotica is finally getting its moment to shine.
Some backgrounding for anyone who's ever worn a Ernesto “Che” Guevara t-shirt because it's "ironic".
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Is the radicalisation of Muslims a myth?
We might talk about about Australian aid in dollar terms, but stories like Mourine's act as a reminder that foreign aid is personal. Each person who benefits has...
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Sadly, Papua New Guinea has ruled that the Manus Island detention centre is illegal, so Australia can no longer send asylum seekers to heinously expensive...
Manus Island detention centre is set to close, but what will Malcolm Turnbull do about it? In this climate it isn’t very popular to talk about the needs of the...
School education is always a top policy priority for voters in Australia. So what’s on the table for this year’s federal election? And what is still unknown?
What should government and students contribute towards university degrees?
There are fashions in diseases, as in anything else. It’s understandable that a new, infectious and life-threatening malady could preoccupy us, such as cholera in...
If the opinion polls continue as they are, the Turnbull government will likely be returned with a reduced majority, writes Nick Economou.
Social media use can give the impression that everyone else is having way more fun than we are, writes Mark Widdowson.
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We may be increasingly aware of sustainability and fair trade credentials, but is ethical fashion a myth?
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Manus Island detention centre is set to close, but what will Malcolm Turnbull do about it? In this climate it isn’t very popular to talk about the needs of the asylum...
The government is expected to lower repayment thresholds for university student loans, while unions have demanded a better model for school funding.
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Chernobyl survivor Alexander Vainer spoke to SBS about what he witnessed in the city during the nuclear disaster.
A small Melbourne cafe run by Italian migrant friends is marking three decades of service.
German photographer and infamous nightclub bouncer Sven Marquardt has opened his first Australian exhibition. His works, titled Fotografien, will be on display...
A documentary series portraying social and economic disadvantage in Australia will air for a second season on SBS.