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Women are turning their backs on a career in IT despite a looming digital skills shortage.
With many companies operating in a more global world than ever before, the idea of encouraging cultural fluency is taking hold.
We know so much more about autism now but the idea that all people with autism are disordered, impaired, or somehow 'lesser' is one that still needs to be...
World leaders have condemned the killing of Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov. But after the shock and horror of his death subsides, a question remains.
Good income support policy is that which recognises that one size does not fit all.
Proposed laws requiring covert footage of animal cruelty to be handed promptly to authorities would make in-depth investigations much harder.
Australia is in the midst of a structural economic change with the mining boom coming to an end as investment in the sector falls. Tourism has been promoted by...
While most people argued back and forth about the colour of a dress, and which Lama wore it better, the Federal Government was given the green light to pass...
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The ALP might be ahead in the polls, but almost all of that is due to Tony Abbott and his office acting as though they are still in opposition.

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Strap yourselves in for a wild ride.
Australian scientists studying the development of human language say the world’s population may be more closely related than we think.
With many companies operating in a more global world than ever before, the idea of encouraging cultural fluency is taking hold.
While most people argued back and forth about the colour of a dress, and which Lama wore it better, the Federal Government was given the green light to pass...