Audio

27 May 2015

Within weeks, the Federal Government will present legislation to Parliament to strip dual citizens involved in terrorist activities overseas of their Australian citizenship.

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24 May 2015

Rear Vision explores why the world of scholarly communication has become so divided over the control, access and cost of knowledge.

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22 May 2015

Professor June Andrews, Director of the Dementia Services Development Centre at the University of Stirling in Scotland, discusses dementia care. 

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20 May 2015

Some of Australia's brightest thinkers and industry figures on energy will meet today for a symposium on 'the Intelligent Grid'.

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15 May 2015

A mea culpa for last year, and a platform for the next election - that's the report card on this week's 2015 federal budget.

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10 May 2015

Homophobia is rife in Australian sport. Whether playing at the local park or representing their country, gay and lesbian athletes routinely hide their sexuality to avoid abuse while pursuing the sport they love.

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7 May 2015

Over the next 20 years, the global economic impact of mental illness will exceed the impact of cancer, diabetes and respiratory disease combined and in Australia, we face both rising costs in treating mental illness, and forgone economic activity from leaving mental illness untreated.

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3 May 2015

Alcohol damage to unborn children has been described as one of New Zealand's biggest preventable health problems but it appears nobody knows the size of the problem or is actively trying to find out.

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3 May 2015

What do we really know about men who abuse their partners and how they do it?

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26 April 2015

Why has a practice that’s not acceptable in other parts of the health profession become industry standard in audiology?

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