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25 August 2014

Does the ABC, or the Murdoch or Fairfax press, have a discernible political or philosophical bias?

24 August 2014

In the last few years prescriptions of opioids for chronic pain have skyrocketed, creating a new wave of drug addicts.

20 August 2014

How are political ads made? Do they really make us change our vote? Why are negative ads so effective?

13 August 2014

Ever since the 2004 Boxing Day Tsunami, the escalation in the number of natural disasters has seen the emergence of a new strand of design called Humanitarian Architecture.

11 August 2014

Food dominates the cultural landscape yet it is also public enemy number one when it comes to public health.

9 August 2014

Joan Peters, a renowned film producer and entertainment lawyer.  In 2006, Joan Peters founded Be Kids Australia Inc., an AusAid-approved non- government organisation with programs based in East Timor and Kenya.

7 August 2014

Around Australia today thousands of parents are struggling with how to combine work and family life and they're doing the sums on skyrocketing childcare costs.

31 July 2014

Why are independents and minor parties on the rise? Is this a good thing? What does this say about the sort of national political leadership Australians want? Or does it say more about what we don't want? What do Australians want of national political leaders? How can we get the leadership the country needs?

29 July 2014

In this panel discussion Zoe Daniel from ABC Foreign Correspondent and Stan Grant from Sky News share their experiences working in the field as Australian foreign correspondents.

27 July 2014

Identifying the most vulnerable children even before they're born could improve the lives of Maori and Pacific children.