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9 Oct 2018

In this opinion piece to mark World Mental Health Day 2018, the authors say "In too many places mental health support services are non-existent and those with treatable conditions are criminalized. Bold action is long overdue".


Melbourne bird survey supports research suggesting native species thrive better if planning includes environmental reserves, rather than backyards
31 May 2018

A new study published online in the British Ecological Society journal this weekfound that development models based on a “land sharing” approach, where native species are provided with habitat in the form of the inter-connected backyards and tree-lined streets of a low-density suburb, performed poorly...


2 May 2018

Australia will not achieve its emissions reductions targets until it ends the “culture war” on climate policy, Labor frontbencher Mark Butler has said.


6 Feb 2018

Public should be given a greater say on development plans, experts say.


16 Sep 2017

The Turnbull Government risks worsening the concentration of media ownership in what is already one of the most concentrated media markets in the world, writes Lenore Taylor.

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14 Jun 2007

The Guardian's Jemima Kiss blogs from the NMKF conference in London, a key event for the media tech industry, and "one of the few events where the two industries overlap to any worthwhile effect".

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7 Jun 2007

Bias puts people off newspapers, an international poll has found. Stephen Brook blogs on this and other matters from the World Association of Newspapers conference in Cape Town.

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26 Mar 2007

This Media Guardian podcast features the chief executive of, Felix Miller, whose social networking site based on the music tastes of its 15 million users is putting the frighteners on traditional radio operators, and a debate about the increasing importance of social media with...


15 Feb 2007

Technological innovation has been setting the agenda and the pace of change within the publishing sector. Meg Carter looks at how the industry is rising to the new challenges


15 Feb 2007

Google could face daily fines of $25,000 ($17,000) after losing a court battle with Belgian publishers over the scope of its Google News service. A court in Brussels has ruled that the search engine had infringed the copyright of several newspapers after it included their...

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