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How to Help Your Child Overcome Stress & Anxiety

If your child seems to be struggling with stress or anxiety, you may be wondering what you can do to help them...

Office Furniture Hacks to Increase Productivity

When it comes to increasing productivity in the office, many people think that buying the latest and greatest g...

How to Choose the Right Bed for Your Cat

There are many different types of beds available for cats, and it can be difficult to decide which one is right...

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Young non-smokers in NZ are taking up vaping more than ever before. Here are 5 reasons why

Getty ImagesThe number of young New Zealanders aged 15 to 17 who vape every day has tripled in two years, from 2% in 2018-19 to 6% in 2020-21, accordi...

Should the census ask about race? It's not a simple question and may reinforce 'racial' thinking

Unlike census questionnaires in the US, New Zealand and Canada, the Australian Census doesn’t include questions about “race” or &ldq...

Part-time work holds women back from executive positions and accentuates gender pay gap: new data

Most women are not working full-time during most of their working lives, which holds them back from management positions and accentuates the pay gap w...

US Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade – but for abortion opponents, this is just the beginning

The United States Supreme Court has handed down a ruling overturning Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 decision that found there was a constitutional rig...

Federal government brings COVID back onto the agenda

University of Canberra Professorial Fellow Michelle Grattan and Professor Chris Wallace discuss the week in politics.They canvass the Albanese governm...

The Albanese government has committed to enshrining a First Nations Voice in the Constitution. What do Australians think of the idea?

ShutterstockPrime Minister Anthony Albanese and his new government have committed to enshrining a First Nations Voice in the Australian Constitution. ...

How Operation Phoenix exported violence from Australia to Yugoslavia

The ill-fated nineteen: the only known photo of the Croatian Revolutionary Brotherhood members who went to Yugoslavia in 1972.WikimediaFifty years ago...

Boycotts in sport may not advance human rights. But they do harm individual athletes

Organisers of Wimbledon, the main draw of which begins on June 27, have found themselves in a quandary over their controversial decision to ban Russia...

How young Black African Australians use social media to challenge anti-Black narratives and reclaim racial dignity

ShutterstockFor Black African young people in Australia, social media can be especially fraught – a place they witness footage of anti-Black vio...

Anthony Albanese has a lot on the go in the 'back office' of government

Anthony Albanese will be on the international road again next week. He’ll be at the NATO summit in Madrid, where the war in Ukraine will obvious...



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