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After transitioning, Squadron Leader Catherine Humphries became the first female in the air force to be in a combat role. Tune into The Feed tonight to see her...
Climate science allows us to look ahead to changes in our community. But that's all at risk with the latest job cuts, writes Imogen Jubb.
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When does appreciating a culture cross the line into appropriating it?
What will our future hospitals look like, and who is responsible when things go wrong?
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People often take such a confession as a clear indication of the suspect’s guilt. Why would someone confess to a serious crime unless they are guilty?
While the Iowa caucuses are the first electoral event in the US’s presidential process, the New Hampshire primary is the candidates' most important early test...
Warning: the following article contains some serious plot spoilers for Star Wars: The Force Awakens and other film and television franchises. Read on at your own...
Major Western companies - from the big banks and supermarket chains, to department stores and luxury cosmetic brands - are splashing out on Lunar New Year...
A riveting film adaption about the US subprime mortgage crisis can teach you a lot about investing in general.
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Today marks the debut of the first-ever non-nude issue of Hugh Hefner’s 62-year-old iconic title ‘Playboy’ – but it’s not the first time the magazine adapted to...
Evolutionary psychology and human mating can help explain why relationships between straight women and gay men tend to flourish, writes Eric Russell.
Australian scientists have slammed the plans to cut 350 jobs from the CSIRO, including dozens of jobs from its climate research units.
Are gestures by straight couples at their wedding ceremonies getting us any closer to marriage equality or more about patting themselves on the back? Rebecca Shaw...
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These two transwomen are are the forefront of a radical shift in military culture as it becomes more diverse and accepting.
Fleeing Iran for Australia as a child, Rita Panahi knew only two words of English. Her family was penniless. Today, she's an opinion columnist and controversial...
A Sydney teenager is gaining international support in her bid to become the world's first hijab-wearing ballerina, but she's also facing a number of challenges.
Christmas Island has a long, often dark, Chinese history that spans more than 100 years of phosphate mining. A history that locals are just beginning to truly...
Medical and educational experts who have spent time with asylum seeker children detained by Australia have backed calls for their immediate release, as the Human...
In the lead up to this month's Academy Awards there has been loud and persistent conversation about diversity, or the lack of it, in Hollywood. But what about the...