The company has always marketed to the middle class. Does its new gold watch represent a foray into the luxury sector?
Water rotating clockwise in Australia and counterclockwise in the States? It's a myth.
IS fighters have been called savage, barbaric, valueless – but Does evil have a real meaning or use in helping us understand human behaviour?
Babies are born communicating. Their cries and coos speak volumes. However, much-anticipated first words do not appear until 12 months later. So, what should...
If left unchecked, Ebola poses just as big a threat to Australia’s national interests as Islamic extremists – both are conceivably just a plane ride away.
Sure, some militants’ views give their co-religionists a bad reputation. More progressive Muslims, though, are busy interpreting Islamic law in a manner more in...
When Joe Hockey recently repeated his view that the wind turbines around Lake George in the ACT were ‘appalling’, he was expressing a personal bias rather...
It's time for some united global action.
We should be concerned about our children’s diets. In 2011, nearly 10% of four to five-year-olds in the UK were classified as obese.
The proposed ban, if passed, would force women to make unenviable choice. Obey the law and deny their faith. Obey their faith and risk criminal charges.
Dim lighting and ambient noise may lead to more out-of-the-box ideas.
If we could go back 100 years in a time machine, what would kids be like? They’d be shorter, leaner, probably dirtier and less well-fed — but would they be fitter?
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What exactly is Sharia law? And is it in conflict with the Australian way of life?
Julia Gillard says she has no regrets over the way she came into power because there was no alternative but to overthrow Kevin Rudd.
Tony Abbott has told a British newspaper that the impact of early English settlement in Australia was 'all bad' for Indigenous Australians.
Australian Muslims are among growing numbers of people around the world who are using Twitter to condemn Islamic State with the hashtag #notinmyname.
Uruguay’s leader José Mujica must be one of the world’s most unusual presidents – he gives away 90% of his salary to charity and chooses to live a very basic...
The philanthropic trust of US oil dynasty, the Rockefellers, has announced it’s moving towards a break with investment in fossil fuels, leading the way on climate...