Climate change threatens Australia in many different ways, and can devastate rural and urban communities alike. For Torres Strait Islanders, it’s a crisis that’s washing away their homes, infrastructure and even cemeteries.read now
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If Anthony Albanese wants to lead Labor to victory in 2022, he’ll need to grasp the full suite of lessons from 2019’s shock loss. AAP/Joel Carrett
The high tide of analysis concerning the Australian Labor Party’s shock 2019 federal election loss has been reached. It looks like so much flotsam andread now
Conflict can make us lose sight of common goals and interests. Darren Fisher, CC BY-ND
From climate change to armed conflict, our world is struggling with urgent global issues. But disagreements about how to solve them can spiral out of control.
The only way to resolve intractable conflicts is to overcomeread now
Despite attempts to the contrary, government schools are far from equal. from shutterstock.com
More advantaged public secondary schools across Australia generate nearly six times the amount of funding contributions from parents than less advantaged schools receive.
Our study, published in The Australian Educational Researcher journal, examined private levels of funding inread now
An upcoming film will explore the origins of the Joker, last seen in the Batman franchise. But prequels are often poorly received – perhaps with good reason. DC Comics/IMDB
Last month, audiences got their first glimpse of the trailer for the upcoming film, Joker, which explores the origins of its iconicread now
Australia sees higher rates of disability in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population than the non-Indigenous population. From shutterstock.com
We welcome the recently announced Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability.
At the same time, the enquiry must consider certain issues in itsread now
Scott Morrison’s new ministry mixes stability with dashes of innovation, box ticking, and the rewarding of friends.
The Prime Minister has maintained his record number of women (seven) in cabinet, and created a new entry to the history books by appointing the first indigenous cabinet minister, Ken Wyatt, who willread now
Australians woke to the news on Friday that the United States had unveiled new charges against Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange.
one count of conspiracy to receive national defense information seven counts of obtainingread now
The government’s tax relief package is shaping up as the first test of incoming opposition leader Anthony Albanese, with Treasurer Josh Frydenberg declaring on Friday it must be supported “in its entirety” when put to the new parliament.
But Albanese has only guaranteed support for the first tranche. As forread now
Boris Johnson is one of the leading candidates to succeed Theresa May as prime minster. He has none of the required qualities to make a success of Brexit. Andy Rain/EPA
Like Avengers: Endgame we all knew it was coming but weren’t quite sure exactly how it would play out. Theresa May,read now