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22 Oct 2017

Will speeds provided by the new 5G network make home internet connections redundant?



22 Nov 2015

Even before the Paris terrorist attacks, far-right groups in Europe were capitalising on anti-Muslim sentiment. In Australia there's been a surge in support for extremist organisations like the United Patriots Front and Reclaim Australia. Christine El-Khoury asks how far their hate will go.




10 Nov 2015

The dismissal of Gough Whitlam's Labor government brought an end to the political deadlock of 1975, but not the controversy surrounding it. Political biographers Jenny Hocking and Margaret Simons talk through some of the issues that remain contentious, four decades on.



16 Aug 2015

The mixed and overlapping responsibilities of Australia's education system makes it one of the most complicated in the world.

A new report, Schooling Federalism: Evaluating the Options for Reform , looks at the effect this system has on the primary and secondary education children...


3 Jul 2015

The City of Melbourne’s recent experiment asking citizens to develop a 10-year financial plan is being hailed as a success by those working in the deliberative democracy space. Now one councillor is looking to see what other issues could be addressed with the method....

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