OPINION: Despite progress from the COP26 climate conference, the world is not moving fast enough to ensure Pacific nations such as Kiribati avoid the worst...
OPINION: Take heart at what’s unfolded at COP26 in Glasgow – the world can still hold global heating to 1.5C.
ANALYSIS: Millions of Papua New Guineans are firmly opposed to getting vaccinated against COVID-19, despite the country grappling with rising cases and limited...
ANALYSIS: New Zealand's new Ministry for Disabled People comes at a crucial time as the country emerges from COVID-19 lockdown, which has greatly affected those...
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“… constantly propositioned for threesomes, we were… groped, and pulled by arms and waists for photos as if we were things, not people.” These are just some of...
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On July 30 2020 my life changed drastically and I got the biggest reality check.
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One in three Australians we surveyed had a new concern about their appearance since the pandemic began. But while minor cosmetic procedures might give some people...
Australians under 40 are being advised to consult their GPs as they weigh up the risks and benefits of having the AstraZeneca vaccine.
Australia's fifth intergenerational report will outline the federal government's policy priorities over the next 40 years, including on issues like climate change.
Opinion: Resettling refugees in other countries is not working, nor is it fair. So, why is Australia doing it?
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These paediatricians and vaccine experts argue that schools should remain open during low-levels of community transmission, and school staff vaccinated as a...
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There have been numerous inquiries into veteran suicide, mental health and combat trauma over the past 20 years — with little positive outcome. If we want to get...
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A dietitian breaks down everything you need to know about this viral meat substitute.
Myanmar’s military are using more brutal and vicious tactics against protesters - what actions can be taken by the outside world to intervene?
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Racist street harassment in the wake of COVID-19 highlights misconceptions of Asian Australians as foreign, writes Mark Yin.
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