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20 April 2015

If climate change is making the planet sick, then what does this mean for the human beings who inhabit it?

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18 April 2015

Harper Review of Competition policy panel member Su McCluskey explains how a new approach to competition and choice in government services could be a win-win for taxpayers and for those who need health, housing and other community services.

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17 April 2015

What is the real cost of your three dollar t-shirt?

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13 April 2015

A panel discussion which looked at the shared challenges facing the press in Australia and Indonesia.

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10 April 2015

The loss of endangered species and poorly protected regional ecosystems is a national crisis, but it's not time to adopt what's been called 'triage' - giving up on some species while trying to pick conservation 'winners' with others.

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9 April 2015

Urban Studies Scholar Mike Berry revisits John Kenneth Galbraith's work in a post-global financial crisis economy where inequality is increasing.

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5 April 2015

More than 165 thousand New Zealanders had non-urgent or elective surgery last year - 60 per cent more than in 2003.

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5 April 2015

They’re called the farmer’s friend, but research indicates that 15 to 20 people are killed and more than 1,000 are seriously injured each year in quad bike accidents.

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27 March 2015

New research from Oxford University has named Australia's most polluting coal fired power stations and warns of the risks they pose to the economy and the environment.

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26 March 2015

We live in an information rich age, our education levels have increased dramatically over the last few decades, so why hasn’t this led to a similar improvement in the quality of public debate?

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