Commentary

25 August 2015

Nick Xenophon is breathing down the Coalition’s neck in his home state. In a tight federal election, the implications could be significant

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24 August 2015

While people in the affluent world are living longer and healthier lives than ever before, they have become more and more fearful and worried about their health.

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23 August 2015

Victoria's state emblem, the Leadbeater's possum, is one of the most critically endangered animals in Australia.

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22 August 2015

Joe Hockey, it would seem, has a profound faith in the communist leadership of China.

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19 August 2015

If you want to register an Australian web address, your options may be about to change due to a review of domain name policy that is currently underway.

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19 August 2015

Activists and environmentalists take note. In this essay, Dr Lissa Johnson explains how to make people give a damn.

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17 August 2015

An article by Australia's chief scientist Professor Ian Chubb to mark National Science Week.

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14 August 2015

Obamacare is one of the most divisive laws enacted in the United States in recent memory. What is the division about, and what lessons can be drawn from the Obamacare story?

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13 August 2015

His leadership again under threat, the prime minister is locked in a potentially terminal embrace with his party’s right

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13 August 2015

Referendums have become synonymous with failure in Australia, even when initial polling shows great support for a proposed change. Regardless of whether the stigma is warranted, this history is having a negative impact on the push to recognise Indigenous Australians in the constitution.

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