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People who know and trust their neighbors are less likely to have heart attacks. New research builds on the understated health benefits of a sense of belonging...
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Noel Pearson is seen by many as Australia’s most influential Indigenous leader. As well as being chairman of the Cape York Group, he is an outspoken commentator...
The idea that entertainment has an effect on our politics might seem ludicrous to some.
The evidence is there to be found, and once all of it is available, it will provide a compelling case against whoever fired upon and brought down flight MH17.
So far, the ongoing discussions about radicalisation of extremists both at home and abroad have tended to emphasise its sociological aspects. It has focused on...
One of Sydney's daily newspapers risks being out-of-touch with a vibrant, multicultural community that deserves better.
Prosecuting parents for a child’s truancy is a reactive response that ignores the real issue. It turns a social problem into a criminal one, at a significant cost...
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I'm hooked on a feeling that Hollywood is long overdue in delivering to the big screen a superheroine in a leading role.
The World Well-Being Project uses Facebook updates to correlate language with personality traits.
For a certain class of workers, nighttime isn't time off work. It's time on email.
A disturbing hack involving sexual assault in Grand Theft Auto 5 (GTA5) threatens to achieve the impossible.
Proposed changes to the City of Sydney Act 1988 will ensure shopkeepers, owners and lessees of businesses who contribute so much to the city can fairly have their...
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