New, comprehensive analyses show that people didn’t just leave fingerprints on the record-breaking heat: we left a clear handprint, write Sophie Lewis and Sarah Perkins.
General practitioners tend to obsess over blood pressure – with good reason, write Michael Tan and Patrick Khoury.
The social stigma around wearing the burqa in Australia means it is as good as banned anyway, writes Zeinab Zein.
2013 was our hottest year on record and the droughts, heat waves and record-breaking seasons were virtually impossible without human-caused global warming.
The Federal Reserve is winding down its quantitative easing programs and all eyes are on it to see when there will be “liftoff” of the federal funds rate from zero.
We need more real-world critical spaces of inquiry to engage, encourage and support the most creative thinkers and makers of our time, writes Ross Harley, Dean of UNSW Art & Design.
Outcomes are better for older patients with hip fractures when hospital care involves a collaborative team of orthopaedic and geriatric specialists, new research shows.
Australian rules football has a problem with tolerating abusive behaviour directed against fans who are women, racially diverse and from the LGBTQI community, writes Erin Riley.
If Islamic State is to be defeated it must be exposed for the totalitarianism it is, writes Alan Dupont.
The asylum bill introduced into Parliament last week is an extraordinary display of disdain for international law – and its fundamental misunderstanding of it, writes Jane McAdam.