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As with so many gender-biased traditions, this one has pretty disturbing roots.
Steroids are easy to scapegoat but tougher steroid laws are unlikely to have an impact on violence in the community.
Continued political scrutiny of further Australian military action in Iraq is wholly justified and important.
With the announcement of Australia’s involvement in dropping aid to Kurdish fighters engaged against Islamic State extremists in northern Iraq, questions have...

Explainer: what is casual racism?

Everyday racism is so commonplace that it’s often normalised and infused into daily conversations through jokes and stereotypes or through unconscious body...
Recent reports of celebrities having nude or risqué photos of themselves leaked online highlights the serious risk of hackers getting access to our personal...
If Alan Joyce manages to pull off his ambitious plans for Qantas, he may quickly go from being one of the most criticised business leaders in the country to one...
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If the Renewable Energy Target Review set out to be the pinnacle of environmental doublespeak, then mission accomplished.
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When I experienced major depression after a seven-year relationship ended, I discovered an underground world of fellow sufferers.
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If the higher education reform bill passes, private universities and Australian campuses of overseas universities will have the same access to Commonwealth...
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Today marks 75 years since Prime Minister Robert Menzies broadcast his message announcing Australia had answered Britain's call to join the Allies in World War Two.
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The Dalai Lama hopes that democratic changes in China may not be too far off, and he’s “quite definite” that he’ll see his Tibetan homeland again.
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Explainer: what is casual racism?

Everyday racism is so commonplace that it’s often normalised and infused into daily conversations through jokes and stereotypes or through unconscious body...