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Early child educators are instrumental to the success of the next generation - so it's only fair that we value and support them.
New research suggests that competent employees are assigned more work—but they don't always like it.
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The heartless, no-nonsense CEO has become something of an icon - and a cliché - in pop culture. But research suggests its more fact that fiction.
Bill Shorten is acting to force the Liberals' hand on gay marriage by giving notice he will move a private member’s bill in the House of Representatives on Monday.

Comment: Superman's dark past

Zack Snyder's vision of Superman belies the superhero's pristine contemporary image.
Most of the mistakes people make in their daily emails are completely avoidable.
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Robert De Niro put it bluntly to the graduating class of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts: “You’re fucked.”
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Coffee affects introverts and extroverts differently.
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An art installation at this year's Venice Biennale is quite literally making a splash on behalf of the tiny island nation.
Sydney Swan and former Australian of the Year Adam Goodes has launched a new children's book about the Stolen Generations with his cousin, Michael O'Loughlin.
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Abbott downplays tampon tax pledge

Prime Minister Tony Abbott has hosed down promises to push the states to make tampons and other sanitary products could soon be exempt from the Goods and Services...
Guy Sebastian’s catchy Eurovision song 'Tonight Again' is making waves on European charts, following his stand-out performance in Vienna.